Satoshi Takebe

Satoshi Takebe (武部 聡志, Takebe Satoshi, born February 12, 1957) is a Japanese musician keyboard player, arranger, and producer from Tokyo.[citation needed]

Satoshi Takebe
武部 聡志
Born (1957-02-12) 12 February 1957 (age 63)
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation(s)Keyboard player, arranger, and producer
InstrumentsKeyboard
Associated actsKokua

He is the composer, keyboardist, arranger and musical producer for artists such as Yo Hitoto, Miki Imai, Tomomi Kahara, JUJU, Yuzu and Ken Hirai, among others. He has also been a music director and supervisor for several TV programs.[1]

In 2006 he was a part of a special unit called Kokua, together with other Japanese musicians, to record the theme song for a NHK documentary program. In 2016 the members reunited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of the single Progress, and recorded a new album, Progress, the 1st official album of the group

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  1. ^ "kokua special website". kokua special website (in Japanese). Retrieved 2017-10-15.

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