Oricon 1960s

It’s so quiet on Akina front that hamu has to look elsewhere.

Hamu found something on Oricon site that hamu thought readers will be interested (at least Jamez will ; )P ).

あの時代のオリコンヒットチャート! バックナンバー (Oricon chart in the past)

For the time being, just 1968 ranking data (no sale numbers though…) and summary of important events then. But hamu hopes (keeps my fingers crossed) that it will be extended into the 70s, then the 80s….

Another thing…. surprisingly the most popular drama this season (winter season) iz….. "Unfair" by 篠原涼子. It ranks No1 across all age groups. So I guess it should be THE drama to watch ^^

On the side line,  篠原涼子 is a fan of Akina. Read somewhere that 篠原涼子 sang "Slow Motion" at some idol contest before her debut. She also said that she wanted to work with Akina some day…. Hope they really can work in some drama or show one of these days…

dannybunny

Akina fanboy since 14. Still undecided which are his top ten favourite Akina tracks as it's mission impossible. Digs "Everlasting Love" a whole lot more than the average Akina fan.

3 thoughts on “Oricon 1960s

  1. Is 篠原涼子 still popular in Japan? I used to love a few songs of her.

    I believe 恋しさと せつなさと 心強さと is the song that introduced her to me. I remember, when I first saw her, I thought she has Akina’s feeling in her but not the voice though.

    Thanks for the info.

  2. Think 篠原涼子 is more an established actress now… I’ve never heard her music…. And don’t think I want to. Heehee….

  3. She performed at Kohaku and though it was quite eye-catching (as in her costume and rather sweet face), her singing vocals was quite weak and probably very bad according to high Hamu standards. 😉

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