Hachidai Nakamura

Hachidai Nakamura - Rainy Night In Tokyo (1961)  

Posted by TestTickles at Sept. 9, 2015
Hachidai Nakamura - Rainy Night In Tokyo (1961)

Hachidai Nakamura - Rainy Night In Tokyo (1961)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 59 mb
Genre: easy listening, jazz, pop, folk, world

Rainy Night In Tokyo is the 1961 album by Hachidai Nakamura. He was signed to Capitol after the success of a song he wrote, Kyu Sakamoto's "Sukiyaki". His music is a combination of easy listening, pop, Japanese folk touches and his jazz influences.

Sweet Piano Popular Standard Hachida Nakamura  

Posted by plouzane at Sept. 4, 2009
Sweet Piano Popular Standard Hachida Nakamura

Sweet Piano Popular Standard Hachida Nakamura
HQ Full Album Scan (300dpi) + Booklet | XLD (LOG + CUE + Test Run + AccurateRip) | Apple Lossless | 813.8 MB | 2006
Piano/Classical | Sony Japan

Hachidai Nakamura (1931-1992) was a Japanese songwriter and jazz pianist.

Nakamura wrote the music of the popular Japanese song Ue o muite arukō, released in the United States under the name "Sukiyaki". He worked closely with lyricist Rokusuke Ei and many of his songs were popularized by singer Kyu Sakamoto. ~ Wikipedia

This album brings a very diverse repertoire of worldwide popular songs and some Hachidai Nakamura’s originals. Songs are presented as solo piano, with strings, with brass, piano quartet…
Akikazu Nakamura, Shin Miyashita - Somei Satoh: Sun / Moon (1994) (Repost)

Akikazu Nakamura, Shin Miyashita - Somei Satoh: Sun / Moon (1994)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 43:52 | 122 MB
Genre: Modern Classical, Avant-Garde | Label: New Albion | Catalog: 69

With Sun/Moon, Somei Satoh speaks with the ancient, distinct voice of Buddha, with enough melodramatic romanticism to stir the emotions of even the most Western ears. Perhaps less cinematic than his previous album, Toward the Night, but no less passionate in tone, with gorgeous, rich dialogue between shakuhachi and koto that circulates between whispers, cries, gasps, and deep contemplation. The opening piece, "Kougetsu," is the sound of a rock garden minding its own business, a dragonfly dreaming restlessly amongst the bamboo. "Sanyou" follows in much the same way, in an expression of (as the composer puts it) "the purity of the early morning air." Shin Miyashita plucks his 17-string koto with patience, reverence, and in perfect symbiosis with Akikazu Nakamura, a stoic virtuoso on the shakuhachi.

Shizuka Nakamura - Set One  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Feb. 9, 2016
Shizuka Nakamura - Set One

Shizuka Nakamura - Set One
99 JPG | 2500 x 3750 (UHQ & HQ) | 111.31 MB

Shizuka Nakamura (also known as shichan, born in September 9, 1988, Kyoto, Japan ; 163cm, 85-60-86 cm) is a Japanese Idol.

Mari Nakamura - Set One  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Dec. 13, 2015
Mari Nakamura - Set One

Mari Nakamura - Set One
49 JPG | 2500 x 3750 (UHQ & HQ) | 55.30 MB

Nakamura Mari (born September 28, 1991 in Fukuoka, Japan, Measurement : 160cm , 100-66-89) is a Japanese gravure idol.

Hug - Shizuka Nakamura (06.12.2011)  Girls

Posted by Mitsu at Dec. 31, 2014
Hug - Shizuka Nakamura (06.12.2011)

Hug - Shizuka Nakamura (06.12.2011)
188 JPG | 1120 x 1600 (HQ) | 78.64 MB

Shizuka Nakamura (also known as shichan, born in September 9, 1988, Kyoto, Japan ; 163cm, 85-60-86 cm) is a Japanese Idol.
M. Nakamura , Satoru Goto , Nobuhiro Kyura, "Mechatronic Servo System Control" (Repost)

M. Nakamura , S. Goto , N. Kyura , T. Zhang , Masatoshi Nakamura , Satoru Goto , Nobuhiro Kyura, "Mechatronic Servo System Control"
ISBN: 3540210962 | edition 2004 | PDF | 201 pages | 6 mb

This monograph presents the fundamentals as well as the application techniques of servo control systems, which are a key element of Mechatronics. The industrial applications and problems of Mechatronic Servo System Control are demonstrated as well as its theoretical and applicable solutions. The book is unique in its kind in converting a know-how only suitable for special situations until now into a more universal technology. This introductory monograph is aiming at students and engineers who are involved in the field of Mechatronics and Robotics.
Evan Parker - Conic Sections (For Kunio Nakamura) (1993) {Ah Um}

Evan Parker - Conic Sections (For Kunio Nakamura) (1993) {Ah Um}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC(image)+CUE+LOG -> 434 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 160 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 30 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1993 Ah Um | ah um 015
Jazz / Free Improvisation / Saxophone

Of the many solo soprano recordings by British improviser Evan Parker, few offer as intimate a portrait as this one in terms of his development as an artist. In 1993, Parker had hit a new stride in his playing. He worked – as he does now – long hours to find a way through the improvisation barrier imposed by the restrictions of circular and conventional breathing, toward a series of microtonal possibilities that were adaptable in virtually any situation, solo or group. His practice had led him to a place of opening the breathing techniques toward new microphonics and multiple sonances. His wish to document them, however, led to his nearly abandoning his findings. He discovered that in the music rooms of Holywell in England, that the harmonic atmospherics of the room, of the architecture itself, provided an entirely new set of tonal and spatial possibilities he hadn't counted upon and proceeded to make a record to document those instead.

Nakamura Seiichi Quintet - First Contact (1973)  

Posted by RAMM1981 at Oct. 5, 2009
Nakamura Seiichi Quintet - First Contact (1973)

Nakamura Seiichi Quintet - First Contact (1973)
Jazz | 320Kbps MP3 | 112.2 Mb

Tenor saxophonist Nakamura Seiichi recorded this album live in 1973 at the jazz club Rob-Roy in Aoyama with his quintet, the LP was released in 1974 on the Bellwood label, personnel is Nakamura Seiichi on sax, Mukai Shigeharu on trombone, Tamura Hiroshi on piano, Fukui Isoo on bass and Kusumoto Takuji on drums.

Miu Nakamura  Graphics

Posted by aisian at March 5, 2009
Miu Nakamura

Miu Nakamura
30 JPG | ~ 2592 x 3888 Pixels, 1600 x 2400 Pixels | 77.50 MB