Label: Giza Studio - GZCA-5020 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Pop • Style: J-pop
When Miho Komatsu was 3 years old, she was influenced by her brother to start playing the electone electronic organ. In junior high school, she was interested in Western and Japanese music. She started making and writing songs on her own.
She participated in a band as keyboardist. From senior high school, she appeared as the vocalist of a band in a Keihanshin live house. A demo tape fell into the hands of a producer. On 7 Aprilthe on-air version of Nazo was broadcast as an opening theme for Anime television series Detective Conan.
It was Miho's first song written for another artist. Later, she self-cover this song in her debut album. On 足掻き - Miho Komatsu - 小松未歩 5～source～ Mayshe released debut single Nazo under Zain Records label. The single reached into Top 10 of Oricon Weekly Charts and charted more than 32 weeks. Miho self-cover this song in her debut album. Miho Komatsu "Nazo" which includes four remixes of debut single Nazo. Miho self-cover this song in her sixth album in On 3 DecemberMiho released her debut album Nazo.
The album includes two released singles and four self-covers from artist she wrote song during year The debut album reached 5 on Oricon Weekly Charts and charted 40 weeks. It reached into Top 10 of Oricon Weekly Charts and charted for 17 weeks.
It was 81st best sold single in year On 18 Februarythe band Deen released fourteenth single Tooi Sora de and Miho was credited as a writer. In the media it was broadcast as an commercial song for SoftBank Telecom 's Least-cost routing.
Miho self-cover this song in 20th single Tsubasa wa Nakutemo in On 18 Marchshe released fourth single Anybody's game. On 19 AugustMiho released fifth single Chance. The single reached into Top 5 Oricon weekly charts and charted 14 weeks.
On the same month the single was rewarded by RIAJ with a golden disk. On 18 Novemberthe band Deen released sixteenth single Tegotae no nai Ai where Miho was credited as a writer. Miho self-cover this song in her second album. On 19 Decembershe released second album Miho Komatsu 2nd : Mirai. The album includes one self-cover and four singles. The album track Mirai was promoted as a radio commercial 足掻き - Miho Komatsu - 小松未歩 5～source～ for Kyushu Electric Power.
The album reached into Top 5 of Oricon Weekly charts and charted for 12 weeks. It sold more thancopies, making it her highest selling album. The album has been rewarded by RIAJ with a platina 足掻き - Miho Komatsu - 小松未歩 5～source～ . On 3 MarchMiho released her seventh single Sayonara no Kakera. It is Miho's first maxi single and first single which Miho self-produced.
Miho's third album Miho Komatsu 3rd was planned to release sometime in August with cd code GZCA however due to unknown reason the release has been delayed for four months. On 16 O.K. Rhythm Kings / Jack Purvis And His Orchestra - Casa Loma Stomp / When Youre Feeling Blues (SheMiho released third studio album Miho Komatsu 3rd : everywhere.
The single Saitan Kyori de has received album mix. The album reached into Top 5 of Oricon Weekly charts and charted for five weeks. In Jimmy Mack - Various - Girls Only - Golden Girls Of The 60s media it was broadcast as an ending theme for TV Osaka music program Amerock.
Miho never self-cover this song. On 31 January 足掻き - Miho Komatsu - 小松未歩 5～source～she released twelfth single Love Gone. Pop Shake. On 7 Marchshe released fourth studio album Miho Komatsu 4 : A thousand feelings. The single Love Gone has received album mix. On 30 Mayshe released thirteenth single Todomaru Koto no nai Ai. On 8 Augustshe released fourteenth single Saigo no Toride. B-side track 足掻き - Miho Komatsu - 小松未歩 5～source～ remix version of Kagayakeru Hoshi by Yoshinobu Rattlesnake Kiss - Various - Symphony For Heartbreak (US Pop Life Vol.
9 - Seattle - Portland). On 5 Decembershe released fifteenth single Aishiteru. On 29 Mayone day after Miho crossed fifth debut anniversary she released sixteenth single Dance. It became her first media song after year. On 25 Septembershe released fifth studio album Miho Komatsu 5 : source. The album includes 4 singles. On 19 Marchshe released eighteenth single Futari no Negai.
On 25 Juneshe released nineteenth single Watashi Sagashi. On 25 Septembershe released sixth album Miho Komatsu 6th : Hanano. The album includes 3 singles and 3 self-covers. On 26 Novembershe released multiple releases: twentieth single Tsubasa wa Nakutemo which B-side track includes self-cover of Deen's Tooi Sora deballad compilation album Lyrics and first essay book Henna Monosashi. On 28 Aprilshe released twenty-first single Namida Kirari Tobase.
On 28 Julyshe released twenty-second single Suna no Shiro. On 20 Octobershe released twenty-third single I: Dareka It became her first media song after year and half. On 25 Januaryshe released seventh studio album Miho Komatsu 7 : prime number. The album includes four singles. It became her anime theme song for the first time after six years.
On 11 May 足掻き - Miho Komatsu - 小松未歩 5～source～Japanese singer-songwriter Aiko Kitahara released second studio album Message where in album track Message was Miho credited as a writer. On 18 Mayshe released twenty-fourteenth single I just wanna hold you tight.
Miho self-covered this song in her final studio album. On 17 Augustshe released twenty-fifteenth single Anata Iro. On 7 Decembershe released her final single Koi ni Nare On 26 Aprilshe released final studio album Miho Alessandra - Wax Poetic - Brasil 8 : a piece of cake.
The album includes 3 final singles. The album includes new unreleased song Happy ending. Until Januaryshe kept her blog active. In she was moved on official Beinggiza website into Other Artist. It's unknown whenever she retired or is on hiatus since the official statement has never been announced. As of the official website is still available.
During her 9-year career Miho never made a single radio or television appearance. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Miho Komatsu. Essayist Lyricist Musician Record producer Singer-songwriter. Anison Japanese pop. Electone Vocals.
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