Sport First Queen Visit in Japan: "Like a second arrival of the Beatles"
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Queen are still "Big in Japan" - the short documentation "Queen in Japan" illuminates their popularity in the country and the rush on their first visit.
Queen are still "Big in Japan" - the short documentation "Queen in Japan" illuminates their popularity in the country and the rush on their first visit .
in the documentation "Queen in Japan", which has uploaded the band on their Youtube channel, their first arrival is illuminated in Japan.
In the 1970s, Queen was strongly busy building a fan base in the UK and the US, but demand in the Fernasiatic Land also grew. "We knew that there is a demand there and so we put a few concerts on the end of our America tour," remembered. "Besides, we were on vacation in Hawaii and it was logical for us to continue there."
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Roger Taylor: "It was thousands of people there, who wanted to welcome us"
spent their first stay in Japan in April 1975, where they were eight Play successive gigs. Her first concert took place in the Nippon Budakan in Tokyo. The rush that reached the band already at the airport surprised them completely: "We arrived at the airport and suddenly realized that the bar was much higher - there were thousands of people who wanted to welcome us," said Rogers. "You have something like that anywhere else".
of the label operator, promoter and longtime friend of the band, Kaz Utsunomiya, called the arrival of Queen to memory: "I do not think that anyone had expected that three thousand people are at the airport. Any person who had seen the spectacle would have thought that is the second arrival of the Beatles. "Utsunomiya noted:" At that time, rock groups were mainly supported by a male listener. But by the fact that the "Music Life" magazine had packed photos of Queen in her issue, the band opened the door to female fans. So they won handset in men and women. "
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" TEO TORRATE (Let us Kling Together) "Japanese fans written
The enthusiasm of the Japanese fans inspiredalso to write" TEO TORRATE (Let us Kling Together) ". The song appeared on the album of 1976.
Utsunomiya noticed: "Nobody expected such a song from the band that seemed more like the Japanese market. Queen have different songs for a worldwide audience, but "Teo Torzraten 'has been clearly written for the Japanese fans."Queen: Tours Throughout Japan made you even more popular
Queen went from DA to regularly in Japan on tour, until Year 1985. Utsunomiya continued: "At the beginning we toured through various cities throughout Japan. We drove to Sapporo in Hokkaido, the northern part of Japan and then to Sendai, a southern region. That was really interesting, because not many bands toured throughout Japan. Many international bands only played in Tokyo and Osaka. "
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most recently picked up Utsunomiya, as queen is significantly shifted from other international bands for their listeners in Japan:" Many people never had the chance of international bands in cities outside Tokyo and Osaka see. Queen also played outside of these cities, which made them bigger and unique in Japan. I also think that the band helped the band to better understand the Japanese culture, history and their fans. "see here" Queen in Japan ": Koh Hasbe / Shinko Music Getty Images
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