- Performer:Miyuki Nakajima
- Title:Ima No Kimochi
- Style:Contemporary Folk,Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
- Date of release:January 5, 2005
- Size FLAC version1948 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1640 megabytes
- Size WMA version1523 megabytes
- Formats:AA APE ADX WMA RA WAV
Ima no Kimochi (いまのきもち) is the 32nd studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in November 2004. The album contains remake versions of her compositions which came out before she created the records with Ichizo Seo, who has co-produced all of her recordings since Goodbye Girl and its lead single "Namida" in 1988. All songs written and composed by Miyuki Nakajima, arranged by Ichizo Seo.
Ima no Kimochi (いまのきもち) is the 32nd studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in November 2004. Japanese Oricon Weekly Albums Chart (Top 300).
Ima no Kimochi (2004)Ima no Kimochi2004. Love Letter (恋文, Koibumi) is the 31st studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in November 2003. The lead-off track of the album "Ride on the Gentle Luminous Dragon" was featured as a theme song for the television drama series Dr. Coto's Clinic first aired on Fuji TV in July 2003. A song was released as a single prior to the album, debuted at the number-four on the Oricon and remained on the chart for over.
CD - Yamaha Artists Series. 4. What Is Hard to Believe. 5. If I Could Take to the Sky. Miyuki Nakajima. 6. Self-Portrait in Two Mirrors.
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Arigatō (Miyuki Nakajima album), 1977. Arigatō (Hatsune Okumura album), 2008. Arigatō (Miyuki Nakajima album). A Ri Ga To U (あ・り・が・と・う) is the third studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in June 1977. The album features "On the Platform", a song later released as B-side of her breakthrough single "The Parting Song (Wakareuta)". The album includes "Namida", her own rendition of a song Nakajima originally wrote for Kiyoshi Maekawa. The song released as a single before the album came out was the first material which was co-produced by Ichizo Seo, who has been her long-term collaborator since then.
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Ima no Kimochi" is the 32nd studio album released by Nakajima Miyuki. The album features new recording version of her songs from 1970 and 1980s. It reached on the Oricon charts and charted for 12 weeks, selling 76,000 copies. Oricon Profile: Original 2008 reissue. v, d, e. Nakajima Miyuki.
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CreditsMiyuki Nakajima - Primary Artist
|1||Hill of Pain||Miyuki Nakajima|
|2||Parting Song||Miyuki Nakajima|
|4||What Is Hard to Believe||Miyuki Nakajima|
|5||If I Could Take to the Sky||Miyuki Nakajima|
|6||Self-Portrait in Two Mirrors||Miyuki Nakajima|
|9||Unrequited Love||Miyuki Nakajima|
|10||Only Two of Us||Miyuki Nakajima|
|11||Nice to Meet You||Miyuki Nakajima|
|12||Wherever I Am||Miyuki Nakajima|
|13||High Summer Waves||Miyuki Nakajima|