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Birth nameRyohei Yamamoto
Born30 December 1974 (age 46)
Kyoto, Japan
OriginJapan
GenresR&B/pop
Years active2003 - present
Labels
Websitehttp://ryoheiyamamoto.info/

Ryohei Yamamoto (山本 領平, Yamamoto Ryōhei), born December 30, 1974 in Kyoto[1]) is a JapaneseR&B singer, also known as just Ryohei. He debuted as '山本領平' (written in kanji) under Warner Music Japan on 2003 with single 'Almost There'. Prior to that, on November 2002, he was featured on a track 'Why Not?' by Fantastic Plastic Machine. In 2006 he shortened his name to just 'Ryohei' (written in Roman letters) and transferred to the label Rhythm Zone.[2] He is known for his collaborations with m-flo,[1] being featured on tracks such as 'Miss You' and 'Summer Time Love'.

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Ryohei Yamamoto (山本 領平, Yamamoto Ryōhei?), born December 30, 1974 in Kyoto) is a Japanese R&B singer, also known as just Ryohei.He debuted as '山本領平' (written in kanji) under Warner Music Japan on 2003 with single 'Almost There'.

Free download persian fonts for mac keyboard. Ryohei is one of the most popular artists on iTunes Japan with his latest single 'So Fly' reaching #1.

Discography[edit]

Yamamoto

Album[edit]

Album Title: Take Over
Release Date: September 23, 2004
Label: Warner Music Japan
Tracks:

  1. Intro
  2. Take Over
  3. Speedway
  4. Set Free
  5. この空に
  6. Can't You See?
  7. Game We Played
  8. Almost There
  9. Rainy Days
  10. Fantasy
  11. Why Not, Darling?
  12. Purify
  13. Moon Sexy
  14. Believe Me
  15. Let It Flow
  16. Outro

Album Title: ReListen
Release Date: February 7, 2007
Features: M-Flo, Lisa
Label: Rhythm Zone
Tracks:

  1. Intro
  2. Onelove (feat. Verbal (M-Flo))
  3. ReListen (feat. Lisa)
  4. あなたの手 
  5. World 
  6. Like This 
  7. Upside Down 
  8. you said.. 
  9. Just Want 
  10. the LIGHT 
  11. In My Arms 
  12. Gift 
  13. Outro

Bonus Tracks

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Ryohei Yamamoto Take Over Rar
  1. After The Love Has Gone
  2. A Night To Remember
  3. Sincere

Singles[edit]

1st Single: OneloveRelease Date: March 8, 2006
Features: M-Flo
Tracks:

  1. onelove
  2. Just Want
  3. onelove [instrumental]
  4. Just Want [instrumental]


2nd Single: the LIGHT
Release Date: July 26, 2006
Tracks:

  1. the LIGHT
  2. Like This
  3. the LIGHT [instrumental]
  4. Like This [instrumental]
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3rd Single: you said..
Release Date: November 1, 2006
Tracks:

  1. you said..
  2. One Sugar Dream -Ryohei version-
  3. Special acoustic live medley at JZ Brat on 16 October 2006
  4. you said..[instrumental]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abOngakushuppansha, CDJournal.com(in Japanese)
  2. ^Artimage, official biographyArchived 2007-01-03 at the Wayback Machine(in English)

Ryohei Yamamoto Take Over Rare

External links[edit]

  • Ryohei Official Site(in Japanese)
  • TFL.ORG APPROVED FANLISTING(in English)
  • Artimage Official Site(in Japanese) - An English biography page is available.
  • Official profile at Warner Music Japan(in Japanese)
Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ryohei_Yamamoto&oldid=933435695'

For Immediate Release
**With Julie Taymor, Amon Miyamoto, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Toshio Tsuchiya, and Satoshi Endo**

Saturday, March 8, 2008, 2 pm at Yurakucho Mullion in Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan -- As part of the Society's continuing centennial celebration, Japan Society presents a Tokyo forum, Deliveries of Creation: New Modes of Interactive Art in the 21st Century. Co-organized by Asahi Shimbun and Japan Society, this event is open to the public and takes place Saturday, March 8, 2 pm at Yurakucho Mullion in Tokyo, Japan.
Recent advancements in technology and media are altering our culture in profound ways, blurring the line between recorded, reproducible art and live performance, and between commercial entertainment and fine art. Over a two-part discussion, prominent players in the arts and technology fields discuss these shifting paradigms and their effects on their industries. In a keynote dialogue, Academy Award-nominated film director and director of Broadway’s The Lion KingJulie Taymor, whose artistic career has spanned experimental puppet theater to the grand opera, and famed musical theater and opera director Amon Miyamoto share how the changing climate in our high-tech environment is shaping not only their careers but also their artistic intentions and relationship to their audiences. In the second forum, video game designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Toshio Tsuchiya, the Executive Director of the Internet Division of Nippon Television, and Satoshi Endo, Chief Contents Officer of ASCII, discuss the evolution of their business models in an age where the variety of media interfaces is multiplying exponentially at a rapid pace.
Tickets: This event is free and open to the public. General admission registration is through Asahi Shimbun (www.asahi.com/sympo). For additional information, please contact Ryohei Yamamoto at (212) 715-1229 or [email protected]
About Julie Taymor
Director Julie Taymor’s latest film, Across The Universe, received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Musical/Comedy this year. Her first film Fool’s Fire was produced by American Playhouse and aired on PBS in 1992. Her direction of a film about the Mexican artist Frida (2002) received five Academy Award Nominations and two Oscars. Taymor recently premiered an original opera, Grendel, composed by Elliot Goldenthal, at the Los Angeles Opera and subsequently at the Lincoln Center Festival (2006). Her direction of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) premiered at the Metropolitan Opera in 2004. Taymor has received numerous awards for The Lion King, which opened on Broadway in 1997, including two Tony Awards. Taymor's original music-theater work, Juan Darién: A Carnival Mass, presented at Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater in 1996, received five Tony nominations. Her first direction of an opera, Oedipus Rex, featured Jessye Norman and was presented in Japan under the baton of Seiji Ozawa. Her film of the opera won an Emmy Award and the 1994 International Classical Music Award. Taymor has received a MacArthur 'genius' grant, a Guggenheim Fellowship, two OBIE Awards, the first Annual Dorothy B. Chandler Award in Theater, and the 1990 Brandeis Creative Arts Award among many others.

About Amon Miyamoto

After being an actor and choreographer, Amon Miyamoto went to study in London and in New York. When he came back to Japan, he made his debut as a director with an original musical, I Got Merman. The following year he received the Directional National Arts Festival Prize for this work. He, being one of the most remarkable directors at present, has been extending his directing activity not only in musicals, but also in other fields including plays and opera. In2003 he received The Best Musical Award for his direction of Into the Woods in Tokyo. In Fall 2004 he became the first Asian ever to direct a Broadway musical Pacific Overtures received four Tony Award nominations in 2005. His other directing credits include the production of Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte in 2006, which received the National Arts Festival Prize, the most prestigious award in Japan, and the musical Sweeney Todd, which was performed in Tokyo in 2007 and later toured Japan. He recently directed the Santa Fe Opera production of Tan Dun’s Tea: A Mirror of Soul with a strong recommendation by Tan Dun himself. A new musical, Take Flight opened in Tokyo and other cities last November, based on a book by John Weidman (Assassins),with lyricist Richard Maltby, Jr. (Miss Saigon) and composer David Shire (Big). He is also involved in the creation of a new musical UP IN THE AIR with lyricist Bill Russell (Side Show) and composer Henry Krieger (Dreamgirls) to be performed at the Kennedy Center in February 2008.
About Japan Society
Founded in 1907 by prominent New York City business people and philanthropists, Japan Society has evolved over 100 years into an internationally recognized nonprofit organization presenting a full range of programs within arts and culture, business, education, family, and public policy. Through over 100 events annually, the Society creates rich encounters and exchanges that offer opportunities to experience Japanese culture; foster sustained and open dialogue on issues important to the U.S., Japan, and East Asia; and improve access to information on Japan.
Japan Society celebrates the 100th Anniversary of its founding with Japan100: Celebrating a Century, an unprecedented array of high-profile programming in 2007-08. The celebration occurs throughout New York City and in Japan with further national and international exposure through traveling exhibitions, performing arts tours, symposia, fellowships, and exchanges. Visit www.japan100.org for more information.
Reservations & Information
Deliveries of Creation: New Modes of Interactive Art in the 21st Century takes place Saturday, March 8; check-in begins at 1:30 pm and program runs 2-5:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public; registration is mandatory. To register, visit www.asahi.com/symp, www.japansociety.org or call 212-715-1222. Yurakucho Mullion is located at 2-5-1 (11FL), Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006, Japan.
Deliveries of Creation: New Modes of Interactive Art in the 21st Century is Co-organized
by Asahi Shimbun. Transportation assistance is provided by All Nippon Airways.
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For further information, images and interview requests, please refer to:
Aya Akeura
Japan Society
T: (212) 715-1292
F: (212) 715-1262
E: [email protected]
Kuniko Shiobara
Japan Society
T: 212-715-1249
F: (212) 715-1262
E: [email protected]
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