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The greatest singer in Japan! Never been happier to find her songs in iTunes. Thanks, Apple!

A voice that spans generations… She will never be forgotten.

As a child, I would watch Japanese variety shows. I was mesmerized by this beautiful woman who would dress up as a samurai warrior and sing these wonderful songs. At the time I didn't know her name, or what the songs were about. It wasn't until years later when I asked my mom if she remembered who the woman was, and she told me it was Hibari Misora. Sadly, I was too young at the time to truly appreciate her when she was alive, but now, years later, I still find that I am mesmerized by her voice (and also, on those rare occasions that I can catch a glimpse of her old films, by her image on-screen as well). Thank you so very much Apple, for bringing such a wonderful talent to the U.S. iTunes. (I still hold out hope that someday her old films will be available on iTunes as well. Please…) :)

Biography

Born: May 29, 1937 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

b. Kazue Katô, 29 May 1937, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. d. 24 June 1989. Katô began singing professionally at the age of nine at the Athens Theatre in Yokohama, and was given her stage name in 1948. ‘Hibari’ means a skylark and ‘Misora’, fair sky. After being refused by three record companies on the grounds that her performance sounded overtly pert and precocious, she was finally signed by Columbia Records in 1949, when her single ‘Kanashiki Kuchibue’ (Plaintive Whistle), a theme song for a film with...
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Hibari Misora Golden Best, Vol. 2, Hibari Misora
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Kayokyoku, Music
  • Released: Feb 19, 2000

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