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With Seiji Kameda as the producer, "Mickie Yoshino "Lucky 70 Festival" [KoKi]" has released two songs so far, "DEAD END ~ LOVE FLOWERS PROPHECY feat. STUTS & Campanella" and "Kimiha barayori Utsukushii feat. EXILE SHOKICHI]". The third release features Mummy-D, a member of RHYMESTER and Maborosi, in "ODE TO JOY feat. Mummy-D", a colorful arrangement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Mickie Yoshino also participated in the international video project "GLOBAL ODE TO JOY" held online last year to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, and posted a video of his performance of "ODE TO JOY" on his Twitter. The song has been skillfully arranged in the manner of Mickie Yoshino, and has been viewed about 10,000 times.Mummy-D, who has been a big fan of Mickey Yoshino's for a long time, was invited to be the featured for the Beethoven's 9th Symphony, and a collaboration that transcends time, generation, and genre was born.

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Ode To Joy

Spotify • 亀田誠治 Works

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Ode To Joy

iTunes Store • Hip-Hop/Rap TOP SONGS • Japan • TOP 22 • 18 Nov 2021

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Ode To Joy

Spotify • 都会の空と音楽と • 26 Nov 2021 Apple Music • New in Hip-Hop • 19 Nov 2021 Spotify • New Music Everyday - tuneTracks (curated by TuneCore Japan) • 20 Nov 2021 Spotify • 最Hit東洋榜 • 19 Nov 2021 Spotify • New Music Wednesday • 17 Nov 2021

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  • Mickie Yoshino

    Piano, Hammond Organ, Keyboards- Composer, Arranger & Producer. Born in 1951 in Yokohama, Japan. In 1968, he participated in "The Golden Cups" who was said to be one of the most powerful Rock band of Japan in 60's and made a pro debut. He studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston in 1971, and also performs band activities in the United States. After graduating in 1974, after returning home to form an ideal band "Godiego", after forming "Mickey Yoshino Group", he formed "Godiego" in 1976. Godiego creates hit songs such as "Gandhara" and "Monkey Magic", while performing a concert in Nepal, China, the United States and Australia, it becomes a legendary band occupying a unique position in Japanese rock history. "The Water Margin." The song got up to number 16 in the UK singles chart. He has also produced numerous hits in movie and CM music production, and won the 2004 Japan Academy Award for Best Music in the movie "Swing Girls" (Altamira Pictures). In 2004, the Golden Cups resumed activities of Godiego in 2006.

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