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A Look at the Cover for the Photo Book Called "Feather"
What This Article About Yuko Nakazawa Will Cover
Feather is the first solo photo book released by former first generation member of Morning Musume Yuko Nakazawa. It was released on August 24, 2001 and this book is said to show her more classical and softer side. I would be doing her a disservice if I only discussed the photo book aspect of this article so there is going to be a discussion about her career as well which now spans more than 2 decades. There will also be a brief discussion about her second solo photo book called How I Feel About This Kind of Woman (translated into English) both of which are superb photo sessions. Also. there will be a review and analysis of Nakazawa's 3rd solo single in this article as well.
The Rest of the Photos From the Photo Book "Feather"
Yuko Nakazawa Is a Published Author
Nakazawa is also an author. On July 30, 2002, she would release the essay book called Kaishin (Change of Heart). Just over a year later in November 2003, she would release her second essay book called I Have Always Been Watching You Secretly.
Photos From Yuko Nakazawa's Second Photo Book
About Her Solo Singles & Second Photo Book
She has released many solo singles but for the purposes of this article we will only discuss some of them. In May 2003, she released her seventh single called Get Along With You. In May 2004, she released her 9th single called Do My Best. But I feel that it is really important to address Nakazawa’s 3rd solo single called A Marching Song for Self-Sacrificing Devotion. That’s the English title of this song and there has to be a review of this one for sure! But first, let’s just briefly say that her second solo photo book released in November of 2002 is designed to show her more natural and womanly side. The photo book to me feels like it is full of fresh air, smiles, love and light.
"A Marching Song for Self-Sacrificing Devotion"
What is Yuko Nakazawa's 3rd Solo Single About?
As for the song called A Marching Song for Self-Sacrificing Devotion lyrically is a song purely about love. A woman has found the love of her life and describes it as a sweet kind of romance, like the one she had in a dream at 19 years old. Wow! It makes me want to dedicate this song to a friend that I love dearly. She loves him so much that she could cry but also describes herself as being earnest and naive. Is it a love that she cannot ever reach? She wants to know where her love is tonight and who he is doing a waltz with. Again, she is earnestly in love but feels naive. Then she feels confident that the two of them will exchange kisses on a night where there is a full moon present.
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