Band Wagon is the 1975 debut solo album of Japanese musician Shigeru Suzuki recorded with musicians from Los Angeles. Two singles were released from the album "The Smell of August"/"Snow Express" and "100-Watt Lover", both in 1975. The solo album followed the disbanding of Happy End and formation of Tin Pan Alley with Haruomi Hosono and Masataka Matsutoya. Suzuki's fellow Happy End bandmate Takashi Matsumoto wrote the lyrics to the songs.
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Shigeru Suzuki (鈴木茂 Suzuki Shigeru, born December 20, 1951) is a Japanese musician, songwriter and guitarist. He first became known as a member of the influential rock band Happy End, but is now a prolific session musician. As of 2006, Suzuki had contributed to 588 recordings. Before joining Happy End in 1969, Suzuki was in a band called Sky (スカイ) with Tatsuo Hayashi and Ray Ohara (Sadistic Mika Band). Shigeru Suzuki 鈴木茂. Born. December 20, 1951 (age 67) Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan.
Performer:Shigeru Suzuki Genre: Rock / Soulful music Title: Band Wagon Released: 1975 Style: Funk, Pop Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1652 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1120 mb Rating: 4.3 Votes: 798 Other Formats: AHX VOX DXD WAV MP3 APE TTA