小川京子 = Ogawa Kyoko - Live album flac
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Kyōko Kagawa (香川 京子 Kagawa Kyōko, born 5 December 1931) is a Japanese actress known for her roles in films like Tokyo Story, Sansho the Bailiff, Mothra, and High and Low. She has appeared in 118 films. Her most recent film was Ballad in 2009. Kagawa was born in Tokyo in 1931. She originally wanted to become a ballerina. She was discovered by a film studio after winning a beauty contest and began a career in acting. Her first major film role was in a movie Mado Kara Tobidase (Jump Out of the Window).
Kyoko【笹川京子】 followed. Kyoko【笹川京子】 gawakyokox 14 Jul 2016. 川京子』 ❝Perhaps they want to become friends with you too! ❞ ※ ; ※ Englishpic.
Kyoko Sasagawa is a Namimori Middle School student whom Tsunayoshi Sawada admires and has a crush on. She is the younger sister of the Vongola Sun Guardian, Ryohei Sasagawa. Kyoko is a young teenage girl, with a slender and short build. Despite being the younger sister of Ryohei she doesn't seem have any traits in physical appearance, and she is described as a rather cute girl, especially by Tsuna.
Yōko Ogawa (小川 洋子) was born in Okayama, Okayama Prefecture, graduated from Waseda University, and lives in Ashiya. Since 1988, she has published more than twenty works of fiction and nonfiction. Her novel The Professor and his Beloved Equation has been made into a movie. The subtlety in part lies in the fact that Ogawa's characters often seem not to know why they are doing what they are doing. She works by accumulation of detail, a technique that is perhaps more successful in her shorter works; the slow pace of development in the longer works requires something of a deus ex machina to end them.
|1||ブラディマリー = Bloody Mary|
|2||イカロスの子守歌 = Lullaby For Icarus|
|3||カナリア・ブルース = Canary Blues|
- Recorded At – Shichoshitsu
- Recorded At – Yellow Vision
- Recorded At – Bar Garigari
- Electric Guitar, Vocals – 小川京子*
- Performer [Radio] – 直江実樹* (tracks: 1, 3)
- Written-By – Ogawa Kyoko*
Track 1: April 24, 2011 at Shichoshitsu Sono 2, Kogane-cho, Yokohama
Track 2: May 22, 2011 at Yellow Vision, Asagaya, Tokyo
Track 3: May 16, 2010 at Bar GariGari, Ikenoue, Tokyo