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2011 (Japanese)Other (Other academic) [Artistic work]Sound recording, musical
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Japanese artist Miku Kakoi released the song IROHA written and produced by David Myhr. It charted #14 on the Japanese Billboard charts. Received massive airplay including one of the highest radio rotations for instance on "FM802" where IROHA was 3rd position in May 2011 with 121 times air-play in domestic songs.Stations like North Wave, TOKYO FM, FM Ishikawa, FM Toyama, Gifu FM, radio 3, Kiss-FM, and Love-FM are also picking up the single. The song will be featured on Miku Kakoi's first full album called “Raft”.The song was also used in TV commercial for Sweidsh House Co, Ltd that was broadcasted in Japanese TV.On the recording David Myhr worked with Andreas Dahlbäck on drums, Rikard Lidhamn on bass, and Marcus Black as a mixing engineer.

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Pony Canyon, Japan , 2011.
Keyword [sv]
Konstnärligt arbete
Research subject
Music Performance
URN: urn:nbn:se:ltu:diva-33907Local ID: e8989b00-3961-4c15-af30-995d4339c95fOAI: diva2:1007148
Validerad; 2011; Bibliografisk uppgift: Music by David Myhr. Lyrics by Miku Kakoi. Produced by David Myhr Drums and tambourine: Andreas Dahlback Bass:Rikard Lidhamn Acoustic and electric guitars, wurlitzer, background vocals:David Myhr Additional keyboards: Marcus Black Hand claps: Jonathan Lundberg, Joel Lindberg, Jenny Haglind, Erik Lund, Rickard Tjernlund Engineered by Andreas Dahlbäck and David Myhr Recorded at Dalebrook Recording Stockholm and Strong Melody Studios, Stockholm Mixed by Marcus Black Included on the album Raft / Miku Kakoi. Label/Distributor Pony Canyon Catalog No. PCCA-3416 JAN 4988013587823; 20111202 (johsod)Available from: 2016-09-30 Created: 2016-09-30Bibliographically approved

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