Rimi Natsukawa Single Collection Vol. 1

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Rimi Natsukawa Single Collection Vol. 1
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Compilation album by Rimi Natsukawa
Released March 6, 2005 (2005-03-06)
Recorded 2001-2004
Genre J-pop, Shima uta, traditional
Length1:06:42
Label Victor Entertainment
Rimi Natsukawa chronology
Kaze no Michi
(2004) Kaze no Michi2004
Rimi Natsukawa Single Collection Vol. 1
(2005)
Ayakaji no Ne
(2005) Ayakaji no Ne2005

Rimi Natsukawa Single Collection Vol. 1(夏川りみ SINGLE COLLECTION Vol.1) is a singles collection album released by Rimi Natsukawa on March 6, 2005. [1]

Rimi Natsukawa is a Japanese singer. She is best known for her 2001 single "Nada Sōsō."

Contents

Contents

The album features Natsukawa's first seven singles with Victor Entertainment, along with 7 B-sides from these singles. For "Yūbae ni Yurete," "Hana ni Naru" and "Tori yo," this is the first album release that they feature on.

Natsukawa's single " Kokoro Tsutae "(ココロツタエ,Heart Report) does not feature on the single collection, despite being released a month before it.

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Arranger(s)Length
1."Yūbae ni Yurete(夕映えにゆれて,Swaying in the Sunset)" Neko Oikawa, Takashi Tsushimi Masaki Iwamoto 4:51
2."Sayonara o Dakishimete(サヨナラを抱きしめて,Hold Goodbyes)" Chihiro Fuyumi, Youki Asano Iwamoto4:28
3."Hana ni Naru(花になる,Become a Flower)" Mami Takubo, TsushimiTomoji Sogawa5:10
4."Kono Hoshi o Kanjite(この星を感じて,Feeling This Star)" Aki, Mike Kent Reijirō Koroku5:10
5."Nada Sōsō (涙そうそう,Great Tears Are Spilling)" Begin, Ryoko Moriyama Seiichi Kyōda 4:18
6."Anata no Kaze(あなたの風,Your Wind)"BeginKyōda4:20
7."Michishirube (道しるべ,Signpost)" Chiharu Chuei Yoshikawa 4:25
8."Gettōka(月桃花, Pink porcelain lily )" Mari Hayama, YoshikawaKyōda4:46
9.""Tori yo"(鳥よ,Bird)" Megumi Ayukawa, Masaaki Uechi Kyōda5:07
10.""Natsu no Kioku"(ナツノキオク,Summer Memories)" Toshiaki Arashiro, UechiKyōda4:40
11."Warabigami (Yamatoguchi) (童神~ヤマトグチ~,Little God (Standard Japanese))" Misako Koja, Kazuya Sahara Kyōda4:45
12."Famureuta(ファムレウタ(子守唄),Lullaby)" Yukito Ara, UechiKyōda4:15
13."Hohoemi ni Shite(微笑みにして,Make a Smile)" Midori Karashima Kyōda4:39
14."Kana yo Kana yo (愛よ 愛よ,Love Love)" Kazufumi Miyazawa Miyazawa4:36

Japan Sales Rankings [2]

ReleaseChartPeak PositionFirst Week SalesSales TotalChart Run
March 16, 2005Oricon Daily Albums Chart
Oricon Weekly Albums Chart1317,232148,19881 weeks
Oricon Yearly Albums Chart

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References

  1. ""夏川りみ オフィシャルサイト"" . Retrieved 2010-01-27.
  2. "オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」". Oricon . Retrieved 2010-01-29. (subscription only)