The day of his birthday, Megumi Hayashibara gives fans a reason to celebrate, too.
There is a lot of anime voice actresses, but there is only one Megumi Hayashibara. After debuting voicing an invisible (and upset) neighbor in Ikkoku House in 1986, Hayashibara worked in the industry continuously without any ebb in his popularity, currently captivating viewers of Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0 Once upon a time three times like the voice of Rei Ayanami. In addition, since 1991, she has also offered opening and ending themes for several of the series in which she stars.
Last Tuesday was Hayashibara’s birthday, and with this milestone year the 30th anniversary of his debut in professional singing, she decided to celebrate by announcing that she is made its music catalog available on several online music subscription services. The collection includes the 14 of his albums, from Half and, Half (released in 1991) to Fifty ～ Fifty (2018), as well as the 41 of his singles released between “Nijiiro no Sneaker” (1991) and “Imawa no Shinigami” (2017) and various best-of albums and compilations.
▼ Hayashibara’s new song, “Denim”, from his latest compilation album Vintage jeans
The decades-long selection includes a number of themes from successful franchises such as Killers, Shaman king, Blue Seed, and even evangelization, like Hayashibara’s jazz-style “covers” of the two The Cruel Angel Thesis and Fly me to the moon are part of his seventh album, Bertemu.
▼ “Soul Salvation”, Hayashibara’s new theme for Shaman King, will also be available.
Hayashibara’s catalog is now available for audio streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, Line Music, Amazon Music, AWA, KKBox, RecMusic and d Hits, with links to individual services here.
Source: Natalie Ongaku Going through Hachima Kiko, Megumi Hayashibara Official Blog
Top image: Apple Music
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