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    Keiichi SuzukiSuzuki White Report = Suzuki白書

    Label:Eastworld – TOCT-6341
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:Japan
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Pop, Folk, World, & Country
    Style:Downtempo, Synth-pop, Techno, Ambient

    Tracklist

    1God Save The Men
    Engineer, Mixed ByAndy Falconer
    Producer, Programmed By [Computer], Arranged ByTony Martin (7)
    Voice [Answering Machine]Ruth Blaney
    Words By, Music ByKeiichi Suzuki
    3:48
    2Japanese "It's Alright" Song
    Co-producer, Recorded By, Programmed By [Synthesizer]Yukio Doki
    GuitarRyomei Shirai
    Producer, Programmed By [Synthesizer], Words By, Music By, Arranged ByKeiichi Suzuki
    Recorded By, Mixed ByShin-ichi Akagawa*
    4:21
    3Me And My Girl In A Saladbowl
    GuitarHenrik Balling
    Mixed ByMarkus Draws*
    Music By, Arranged By, Producer, Recorded By, KeyboardsDavid Motion
    Musical AssistanceDavid Lackey
    Sound DesignerJesper Siberg
    Words By, Music ByKeiichi Suzuki
    5:00
    4White And Black
    Arranged By, Producer, Engineer, Programmed By [Computer], OrganMatthew Fisher
    Mixed ByBen Robbins (2)
    Tenor SaxophoneJamie Talbot
    Words By, Music ByKeiichi Suzuki
    5:32
    5Left Bank
    Arranged By [Strings], Keyboards, ConductorDavid Bedford
    ConductorIsobel Griffiths
    DrumIan Thomas
    EngineerShin-ichi Akagawa*
    Engineer, Mixed ByGlenn Tommy*
    Music ByThe Beatniks
    PianoJess Bailey
    Violin [1st]Gavyn Wright
    Words ByKeiichi Suzuki
    4:44
    6Words, Colours, Noises, And Booms
    Arranged By, Producer, Engineer, Programmed By [Additional]Andy Falconer
    Musical AssistanceRichard Simmonds, Scott Powell
    Programmed By [Computer]Tony Martin (7)
    Words By, Music ByKeiichi Suzuki
    5:22
    7Satellite Serenade
    GuitarRyomei Shirai
    Producer, Words By, Music By, Arranged ByKeiichi Suzuki
    Recorded By, Mixed ByShin-ichi Akagawa*
    Recorded By, Programmed By [Synthetizer]Yukio Doki
    4:58
    8Satellite Serenade (Transasianexpress Mix)
    EngineerGreg Hunter
    RemixThe Orb
    14:13
    9Still Find Another Day To Smile
    Co-producer, Recorded By, SynthesizerYukio Doki
    GuitarRyomei Shirai
    Recorded By, Mixed ByShin-ichi Akagawa*
    Words By, Music By, Arranged By, Producer, SynthesizerKeiichi Suzuki
    3:43
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    • Matrix / Runout: TOCT-6341 .1A1 TO
    • Rights Society: JASRAC

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    alexontherim's profile picture
    alexontherim
    The last 30 seconds of "Where Was?" by Guthrie Handley include a synth melody that seems to be almost identical to the one found on Keiichi Suzuki's Satellite Serenade. Where Was? is from 1987, while Satellite Serenade is from 1991. Could it be that Suzuki-san got inspired by those few notes from Guthrie Handley to construct Satellite Serenade?! Or is it pure coincidence? It would be wonderful if anyone, in particular the artists themselves, could shed light on this...