I remember encountering the Trapp Family Story anime series ever since I was a 7-year-old first-grader and re-encountering this particular opening as an adult since it was based on the Do Re Mi musical number from The Sound of Music. I hope you enjoy my rendition of this theme song.
Texhnolyze is one of the top-tier anime series I have had the pleasure of viewing ever since I was a 12-year-old sixth-grader. I now give my spin on its ending theme, Tsuki no Uta, originally sung by GACKT. I hope you enjoy my rendition of this anime ending theme song.
I may be a tenor, but the opening number to Rodger’s and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music will always be ingrained in my mind, heart, and soul, as it was a major part of my childhood which I continue to cherish to this day. I hope you all enjoy my rendition of this classic opening musical number.
Fun fact. This Detective School Q ending theme originally sung by the fabulous Aiko Kitahara was my introduction to this anime, especially since the Kamikakushi Village murders were my gateway episodes to Detective School Q. I hope you all enjoy my rendition of Nijiiro Ni Hikaru, everybody.
MeiQ, which is a play on words on the Japanese lexeme Meikyuu meaning labyrinth, originally sung by the heavenly Hayami Kishimoto was the opening song that got me pumped-up after school to tune into Detective School Q on Animax. I hope you all enjoy my rendition of Detective School Q’s first opening, everybody.
Detective School Q’s first ending song Koigokoro originally sung by Akane Sugazaki brought me so many memories of my time as a 12-year-old sixth-grader enthusiastic to catch this show everyday on Animax after school. I hope you enjoy my rendition of Koigokoro.
Jyu-Oh-Sei may be all style yet bear a pretty messy direction in the later half of its story, but one attribute can be agreed on. The ending theme song, Te Wo Tsunaide, originally sung by the fabulous Younha was the best thing about this show when I was tuning into this anime as a high-schooler. I hope you enjoy my rendition of Jyu-Oh-Sei.
Ah, Mushishi, an anime series which has intrigued me with its intrinsic beauty, subtlety, and intelligence as well as its soothing theme song originally sung by Ally Kerr. I hope you all enjoy my rendition of The Sore Feet Song, everybody.
When I was a middle schooler, I was introduced to this song originally sung by The Coasters as the opening theme to the Australian-Canadian animated sitcom Yakkity Yak as well as re-encountering it in a performance of Smokey Joe’s Café. I hope you enjoy my take on Yakety Yak, everybody.
I first encountered this Ray Charles classic when I was an 18-year-old senior high school student on the cusp of graduation barely ten years ago through Rowdy C’s review of Unhappily Ever After. I hope you enjoy my take on this rhythm and blues classic.