この時代の日本の音楽は、ほぼ演歌とかが全盛期で、その他はグループサウンドが終わってフォークソング そんで、少しブルースやロック、でも日本は全盛期は演歌です。そんな時代に”おらは死んじまっただ～”って 実に興味深い。その後、
“Tonoban” Kazuhiko Kato is amazing. Without a doubt, he is a person who will remain in the history of Japanese pop music.
Kazuhiko Kato from “I’m dead”.
In terms of time, songs like “Schuberts”, “Imjin River”, and “I’m dead~” were played long ago, so long ago that I don’t even remember them. Maybe around middle school. I don’t remember much about him because it was such a dark time when I was in junior high school, but I do remember “I’m dead.” Mr. Kazuhiko Kato, the famous Folk Crusaders, what was Mr. Kato thinking?
Sadistic Mika Band is amazing.
Japanese music in this era was mostly enka, and other folk songs after the end of the group sound, and a little blues and rock, but in Japan, enka was in its heyday. It’s really interesting to hear “I’m dead~” in such an era. After that, I made a good song such as “Ano Suarashii Ai wo Mikoto”, and then “Sadistic Mika Band”. This is because even now, in terms of past European tours, he has a lot of influence on punk rock after that, so to speak, he is a Beatles-like existence. It’s outrageous. This is Kazuhiko Kato, who is too amazing.
Is the idea with England? What do you think? Is it the diversity of sensibilities born in an isolated space in an island country with four seasons and all kinds of seasons? As a result, although it’s pop music, I’d like to try to give it a slightly more classical twist, but it doesn’t sound like a classic. In an era when music was chaotic and everyone was exploring, Kazuhiko Kato tried to appeal to the world as a Japanese person with a little knowledge of foreign cultures. rice field. It must have been “I’m dead~” or “Sadistic Mika Band”.
The Meiji Restoration of the pop world.
Is this area the Meiji Restoration of the music world? The Ventures came, the Beatles came, and everyone was amazed at the power of the electric guitar. Kazuhiko Kato, who thought that it was the change of the times, is exactly Shoin Yoshida. All the musicians who participated in “Sadistic Mika Band” became famous, and I don’t know if it’s because of Kazuhiko Kato’s influence, but many of the people involved are “YMO” and his amazing musicians. As expected, he was interesting in “Ask the time machine” in that era.