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Tin Pan Alley

Tin Pan Alley
Years active
since 1973
Country
Japan
Comments
Supergroup originally known as "Caramel Mama". Disbanded in 1977, with sporadic reunions since 2000.
The four members were all proficient songwriters, session musicians and producers; despite their relatively limited success as a group, they are now considered as the major force behind the popularization of the so-called "New Music" (Japanese 1970's rock).
Members
Haruomi Hosono
Shigeru Suzuki
Tatsuo Hayashi
Masataka Matsutoya
Related
Yumi Arai Tin Pan Alley backed Arai in her first albums and tours

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
April 25, 1977 野宮真貴 (Maki Nomiya)
November 25, 1975 Van Dyke Parks

Covers by Tin Pan Alley

Title Performer Release date Originally by
July 25, 1977 João Gilberto
March 23, 2000 Martin Denny
November 25, 1975 The Kingston Trio
July 25, 1977 Edu Lobo
July 25, 1977 Agostinho dos Santos
July 25, 1977 João Gilberto
September 5, 1977 Haruomi Hosono
July 25, 1977 Marcos Valle
July 25, 1977 Jorge Ben
July 25, 1977 João Gilberto, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes
July 25, 1977 Stan Getz
July 25, 1977 Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
September 5, 1977 Happy End [1]
September 5, 1977 Haruomi Hosono
September 5, 1977 シローと Bread & Butter

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Caramel Mama Tin Pan Alley November 25, 1975 Panam
Our Connection Ayumi Ishida & Tin-Pan-Alley-Family April 25, 1977 Nippon Columbia
Soul Samba - Holiday in Brazil Norio Maeda Meets Tin Pan Alley July 25, 1977 Panam
Tin Pan Alley 2 Tin Pan Alley September 5, 1977 Panam

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
Hosono Box 1969-2000 Haruomi Hosono March 23, 2000 Daisyworld