Kimi Ga Iru Basho [CD+DVD Limited Edition]

Kimi Ga Iru Basho [CD+DVD Limited Edition]

Sony Music
~Ayahi Takagaki
Audio CD

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Original Name  君がいる場所
Official Release Date Jul 21, 2010
Artist Ayahi Takagaki
Genre J-Pop
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0003065576
Catalog No.  SMCL-198
Item Code  4580163590700

track listing

CD:
1. 君がいる場所
2. わたしだけの空
3. You Raise Me Up
4. 君がいる場所(Instrumental)

DVD:
1. 「君がいる場所」Music Clip
2. 「君がいる場所」TV spot 15sec+30sec

description

今大注目の4人組ガールズユニット“スフィア”としても活躍中の、音大出身のズバ抜けた歌唱力で知られる声優・高垣彩陽(あやひ)がついに待望の歌手デビュー! ソロデビュー曲は、大注目のオリジナルアニメ「世紀末オカルト学院」のエンディングテーマ。高垣自身もメインキャストとして作品に出演し、そのノスタルジックなエンディングの世界観を伸びやかな歌声で歌い上げます。
表題曲は水樹奈々・茅原美里などを手掛けるアニメ・ゲーム界の超有名楽曲制作ブランド“Elements Garden”が、カップリング曲は中川翔子などを手掛ける“directiv”が制作を担当。3曲目に収録されるカヴァー曲『You Raise Me Up』では、本格的に声楽を学んだその歌唱力を存分に披露しています。
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H.s (14) on 04, Aug. 2010 21:48 (HKT)
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Generally quite a good single release by Ayahi Takagaki. Not given a 4 star as the English song You Raise Me Up was not really worth listening to. All i can say is the 3rd track is bad. Other than that the single is quite enjoyable especially on the 1st track when she sings on the 1st 10sec it's wonderful. Since it was Ayahi 1st single the cd should have come with more goodies or surprises. :0
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