Amuro's debut album came almost presold; four of its songs had already been number one hits in Japan's Oricon charts, all before the teen idol had hit her 19th birthday. The melancholic passing of another sweet year of youth - a particularly Japanese obsession - was the subject of the album title and accompanying song.
Album · 1996 · 19 Songs. R&B influences color the J-pop diva’s sophomore album. SWEET 19 BLUES Namie Amuro.
Redirected from SWEET 19 BLUES (Namie Amuro)). Sweet 19 Blues" (stylized as "SWEET 19 BLUES") is a song recorded by Japanese recording artist Namie Amuro. The song was composed, written and arranged by Tetsuya Komuro for her same titled debut album. A month after its release, her label Avex Trax released the song as a recut single due to popular demand. The song's subject and the album was about the melancholic passing of another sweet year of youth, which is a particularly Japanese obsession.
Sweet 19 Blues, 1996. Sweet 19 blues, 1996.
Album by Namie Amuro. watch your step!! motion. Interlude ~ Ocean way. Don't wanna cry (Eighteen's Summer Mix). Chase the Chance (CC Mix). Interlude ~ Joy. I'll JUMP. Interlude ~ Scratch Voices. Interlude ~ Don't wanna cry Symphonic Style. You're my sunshine (Hollywood Mix). Body Feels EXIT (Latin House Mix).
Sweet 19 Blues lyrics (安室奈美恵 (Namie Amuro)). kyoumo tame ikino tsuzukihitori machi wo samayotteruESUKEBU kinou kara zutto shiteruheya de denwa wo matsuyorimoaruiteru toki ni darekaBERU wo narashite!mousugu.
Sweet 19 Blues remains Amuro's best-selling studio album, and overall work of her career. For a brief period in 1996, Sweet 19 Blues was the best-selling album in Japanese music history, until it was surpassed that same year by Globe's self-titled release-which became the first record to achieve over the four million sales mark. Additionally, Sweet 19 Blues was the highest-selling release for a solo and female artist, until it was challenged by Utada Hikaru's 1999 studio album First Love, which to this day stands as the best-selling album in Japan.
Sweet 19 Blues is Namie Amuro’s first studio album, uploaded by request for Shirokij. I feel like anyone reading this already knows Namie Amuro. She is like Ayumi Hamasaki or Utada Hikaru-you cannot listen to J-Pop and not come across solo artists who are that popular and have had that much success in the industry. I usually try to give some biographical information about each musician or band I upload, but forgive me for assuming everyone already knows Namie Amuro
|1||Watch Your Step!!||Namie Amuro||0:04|
|3||Let's Do the Motion||Namie Amuro||4:08|
|5||Interlude--Ocean Way||Namie Amuro||1:05|
|6||Don't Wanna Cry||Namie Amuro||5:40|
|7||Rainy Dance||Namie Amuro||3:43|
|8||Chase the Chance||Namie Amuro||4:39|
|10||I'll Jump||Namie Amuro||5:19|
|11||Interlude--Scratch Joyces||Namie Amuro||0:04|
|12||I Was a Fool||Namie Amuro||4:37|
|14||Interlude--Don't Wanna Cry Symphonic Style||Namie Amuro||1:23|
|15||You're My Sunshine||Namie Amuro||8:51|
|16||Body Feels Exit||Namie Amuro||5:39|
|18||Sweet 19 Blues||Namie Amuro||5:39|
|19||...Soon Nineteen||Namie Amuro||1:52|