Toki no Nai Hotel

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Toki no Nai Hotel
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Studio album by
ReleasedJune 21, 1980 (1980-06-21)
Genre Pop
Length45:06
Label Toshiba-EMI/Express
Producer Masataka Matsutoya
Yumi Matsutoya chronology
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Toki no Nai Hotel (時のないホテル, Toki no Nai Hoteru) is the ninth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Yumi Matsutoya, released in June 1980.

Contents

Pictures featured on the back and front sleeve art were taken at the Brown's Hotel in London. No songs were released as a single except "Tamerai", which first appeared as a B-side of the non-album track "Daydream", released in May 1980.

Like other studio albums which came out after she remained with EMI in 1977 when Alfa finally started operating as a record label, Toki no Nai Hotel was released on CD for the first time in 1985. [1] The album was reissued in 1999, digitally remastered by Bernie Grundman. [2]

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Yumi Matsutoya, arranged by Masataka Matsutoya.

  1. "Cecile no Shūmatsu (セシルの週末, Seshiru no Shūmatsu)"– 5:26
  2. "Toki no Nai Hotel (時のないホテル, Toki no Nai Hoteru)" – 4:15
  3. "Miss Lonely" – 4:28
  4. "Ame ni Kieta Jogger [nb 1] Ame ni Kieta Jogā (雨に消えたジョガー)" – 5:00
  5. "Tamerai (ためらい)" – 3:46
  6. "Yosoyuki Gao de (よそゆき顔で)" – 4:30
  7. "5cm no Mukougishi (5cmの向こう岸, 5 Senchi no Mukougishi)" – 6:22
  8. "Compartment (コンパートメント, Konpātomento)" – 7:18
  9. "Mizu no Kage (水の影)" – 4:02

Footnotes

  1. The term "Joger" is a misspelling of "Jogger".

Recorded versions

Personnel

Chart position

YearCountryChartPositionWeeksSales/shipments
1980Japan Oricon Weekly LP Albums Chart (top 100)3 [3] 24210,000+ [4]
Oricon Weekly CT Albums Chart (top 100)14 [3] 24

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References

  1. のないホテル
  2. cdjapan.co.jp
  3. 1 2 "Yamachan Land (Japanese Chart Archives) - Albums Chart Daijiten - Yumi Matsutoya" (in Japanese). Original Confidence . Retrieved 2008-07-24.
  4. jpopmusic.com