I have some bad memories associated with this song, since I watched the PV for it at one of the worst days of my life (Homer: “Worst day of your life so far”). But it’s a great song, and this arrangement is a bit different:
While we’re pretending it’s winter for a while, let’s watch Ai Otsuka’s Pocket.
I remember ripping this PV when it first came out. I don’t know why I didn’t post it back then.
Here Ai is performing Natsuzora (夏空) while playing the piano at the Love is Born 4th Anniversary 2007 concert. It’s so sexy when Ai plays the piano. Perhaps sexy isn’t the right word. More like alluring. Either way it’s a pleasure to watch.
When this song came on I got this “emotional chill”. I haven’t listened to Sensu in such a long time. I remember getting a similar feeling the first time I heard it on Love Jam.
I need to be in a certain mood to be able to watch concert DVDs. Since this mood hadn’t appeared for quite some time, I had two unwatched and unopened Ai Otsuka DVDs in my shelf. Luckily the mood was right one night and I put LOVE IS BORN 4th Anniversary 2007 into my DVD player and enjoyed it with some wine in the midsummer night.
Since it had been so long since I had last watched one of her concerts, I had almost forgotten how awesome and beautiful she is.
Here’s Strawberry Jam from that concert:
The PV for Ai Otsuka’s song “360°” is so weird and yet so visually appealing
Ai Otsuka ~ 360°
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I’m back! And my first order of business is to reinstate Fr-Ai-days. I probably won’t post a new Ai video every Friday, but at least every second Friday.
It’s summer, and is there a summerier song than Smily?
Ai Otsuka ~ Love is Born 2007 Smily
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Momo no hanabira was the first Ai Otsuka song I ever heard. An online friend sent it to me shortly after it was released. I remember listening to it on my 128 MB MP3 player
Happy Days was one of the first of Ai Otsuka’s PVs that I watched. I like it a lot. I love the beginning when she rolls out of the car
I wonder how they figured when they decided they would keep the steering wheel in the car fixed. Did it cost very much extra to have a moving steering wheel included in the animation? “You want a moving steering wheel in the car? That’ll cost you…”