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Kazuhiko Katō 加藤 和彦, Katō Kazuhiko, March 21, 1947 – October 17, 2009, nicknamed "Tonovan" トノヴァン, was a Japanese record producer, songwriter and singer He sometimes used the spelling of "Kazuhiko Katoh"
- 1 History
- 2 Death
- 3 Albums
- 4 References
- 5 External links
As a member of the Folk Crusaders, Kato launched his recording career in the mid-1960s "Kaettekita Yopparai I Only Live Twice", their psychedelic debut song composed by Kato and released in 1967, sold more than 13 million copies in Japan, and became one of the best-selling singles of the early Japanese popular music industry The group also starred in director Nagisa Oshima's 1968 film Kaette kita yopparai alternately known as Sinner in Paradise or Three Resurrected Drunkards
After the breakup of Folk Crusaders in 1970, Kato gained success for his production works for other musicians, including Shigeru Izumiya, Mariya Takeuchi, and Takuro Yoshida In particular, Sadistic Mika Band, the acclaimed project he started with his first wife Mika Fukui, received international success Their 1974 album entitled Kurofune The Black Ship is regarded as one of the most significant Japanese rock albums of the mid-1970s The group was disbanded and reassembled again several times, with new vocalists such as Yumi Matsutoya, Karen Kirishima, and Kaela Kimura
As a composer, Kato created the theme song "Ai Oboetei Imasu ka" for the movie The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love released during the summer of 1984 in Japan He later formed a songwriting team with his second wife, the late Kazumi Yasui Most of the songs they wrote were recorded and produced by Kenji Sawada In 1990, Kato teamed up with graphic artists, Haruhiko Shono and Kuniyoshi Kaneko, to provide the music for the award-winning Japanese computer game, Alice
In March 2008, Kato formed the rock band Vitamin-Q with Masami Tsuchiya, Gota Yashiki, Rei Ohara and Anza
Kato committed suicide by hanging on October 17, 2009 at a hotel in Karuizawa, Kitasaku District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan Police discovered a suicide note in his hotel room
Titles in brackets are for rough translation purposes only
- ぼくのそばにおいでよ Come Near Me（1969）
- スーパー・ガス Super Gas（1971）
- それから先のことは Then What Lies Ahead（1976）
- ガーディニア Gadinia（1978）
- パパ・ヘミングウェイ Hemingway Papa（1979）
- うたかたのオペラ Opera in the short-lived（1980） Better known as "L'opéra fragile"
- ベル・エキセントリック Belle Excentrique（1981）
- あの頃、マリー・ローランサン Around Her, Marie Laurencin（1983）
- ヴェネチア Venice（1984）
- マルタの鷹 The Maltese Falcon（1987）
- ボレロ・カリフォルニア California Bolero（1991）LA producer and arranger Nick DeCaro and legendary engineer Al Schmitt
- ^ List of million-selling singles on the Japanese Oricon Weekly Chart up to October 2009--- "Kaettekita Yopparai"is listed as the 116th best-selling single in that country
- ^ "Sadistic Mika Band was reunited with Kaela Kimura" in Japanese Nikkan Sports January 29, 2006 Retrieved October 18, 2009
- ^ "Musician Kazuhiko Kato found hanged at Karuizawa hotel" Kyodo News 2009-10-17 Archived from the original on 2009-10-21 Retrieved 2009-10-18
- Kazuhiko Kato on IMDb
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