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“We Have Enough Songs for 2 or 3 Albums” B-PASS 2016.8

  (This interview came with many technical terms, so please forgive me if some parts don't make much sense...) ●Please tell us about your thoughts, the scenery you saw and feelings that you included when composing Takaramono. yui: I made this song...

ROCKIN’ON JAPAN 2016.10 — Takaramono Interview

  Phew this took me a while. Thanks to Spring-san for the extra help. Considering that yui still hasn't written a Diary in more than a year and that either live or TV (or even magazine) appearances are scheduled, it seems like the...

Go!Go!GUITAR 2006.08 — Is Ohayou no Kiss wo the first song YUI ever wrote?

    To most fans, "Why me" has always been "YUI's first song", but in this interview, YUI reveals a different story. Translation: Kikino Correction: Spring-san Original transcript: Akabaneouji   We went to meet the popular revelation, singer songwriter YUI. We could ask her many things...

PATiPATi 2005 November Issue — “LIFE” Release

  This interview is about the story behind LIFE and how Sony turned YUI into a songmaking machine. Original transcript by Akabaneouji Translation: Kikino Correction: Spring-san Did you create LIFE recently? I wrote it shortly after I came to Tokyo, so I made it about a...

It’s happy line and Taiyou no Uta — PATi PATi July 2007 Issue

  Original transcript from Akabaneoiji http://akabaneouji.blogspot.cl/2011/03/patipati-2006-july.html   This is a talk between YUI (19) and Takashi Tsukamoto (25) that was published right before the premiere of Taiyou no Uta. About a year after the recording of the movie . Below, an extract regarding “It’s happy...

YUI’s on and off way of thinking (PATiPATi 2006, September Issue)

  In this interview YUI talks about the moments she decide to turn the switch on or off. An excerpt below. Original transcript by Akabaneouji http://akabaneouji.blogspot.cl/2011/03/yuionoff.html Translation: Kikino Correction: Spring-san   Work. The switch is ON the moment the stylist finishes my makeup and I’m dressing up. So...