Treasures consists mostly of his singles released under Moon Records, Yamashita's own label which was established after completing his contract with RCA Records. At first, he was supposed to release the studio album entitled Dreaming Boy in autumn 1995. However, recording of the album ran aground, and the project itself was eventually postponed over the years. The artist decided to release "greatest hits" album instead, responding to the order of alternative release from the distributor EastWest Japan.
Treasures was the first compilation album spanning his post-RCA materials. The album features his only chart-topping million-seller "Christmas Eve", and also includes other smash hit singles like "Get Back in Love", "Endless Game", and "Sayonara Natsu no Hi". The running order of the compilation was finally determined by his spouse Mariya Takeuchi. On the closing number for the album, Yamashita picked out one of his most early efforts called "Parade". It was originally included on the album Niagara Triangle Vol.1 issued in 1976, the project recorded by the supergroup composed of Yamashita, Ginji Itō and Eiichi Ohtaki. The song (newly remixed by Ohtaki) became a minor hit 17 years after the first release, featured on the children's program Ponkickies and released as a solo single by Yamashita. Because it gained attention moderately at the time, he added the song as the bonus track to this compilation.
Though inspired by the history and mystery of GeneralYamashita’s gold treasure – the screenwriter BillVelasco shared that he and his friend, the late filmmaker Arlyn dela Cruz – they were trying to make a movie together for four years ... Yamashita in World War II.
... Marcoses and business associates, revealed a globe-spanning treasure ... In a 2015 interview with local media, Marcos said his father discovered the so-called Yamashita treasure – a mythical cache of bullion supposedly left by Japanese troops retreating from the Philippines in 1945.
... business associates, revealed a globe-spanning treasure ... In a 2015 interview with local media, Marcos said his father discovered the so-called Yamashita treasure – a mythical cache of bullion supposedly left by Japanese troops retreating from the Philippines in 1945. .
ILOILO CITY—As a former commissioner of the government agency tasked to recover the ill-gotten wealth of the Marcos dictatorship, former Iloilo provincial governor Arthur Defensor Sr ... claimed the Marcoses did not amass ill-gotten wealth while their wealth was derived from the alleged Tallano gold and the Yamashita treasure ... is elected ... .
Mark my words ... And for those who can afford, they simply pay to be upgraded to business or first class seats ... Why don't you instead investigate where the billions intended for athletes and developing sports in the country went these last many years as per RA 6847? Simply ask Pagcor and you'll discover Yamashita's treasure gone haywire ... Dick Gordon ... .
Like Yamashita's Treasure, the Philippines' "liquid gold" is just lying there waiting for someone to find it, one of the not-so-secret sources of wealth that would put this country among the leading economic powers of the world, if only a little effort — and suspension of reason — were applied.
ONE huge advantage of internet-based social media, which we didn't have decades ago, is that, while being careful of trolls, propagandists and election campaigners, it becomes a venue for voices you can just feel authentically and spontaneously express the views of a certain sector ... They say myth lang daw yung Marcos gold-Yamashita treasure, etc.
Ralph Sorrell, chair; NancyYamashita, secretary; Steve Panella, treasurer; Kelley Breiding, 1st vice chair, Ben Massey, 2nd vice chair, Steve Schwinn, 3rd vice chair; and Ben Massey for the 2nd Seat on the state executive committee ... Monthly business was also conducted during the meeting with the treasurer reportine a balance of $911.76.
The story gained ground when it was said Ferdinand Marcos found the place where Yamashita buried the treasure ... Of course, there was no Yamashita Treasure in the first place ... My gulay, did you know that some treasure hunters even dug at Fort Santiago? That Yamashita treasure was one big piece of fake news.
excavate this treasure trove of aviation history, with competing teams putting in applications ...Rumours of buried Spitfires from the Second World War have spread around the world for seventy-five years, fuelling dreams of treasure hunting and watching the iconic aircraft fly again ... legendary quests in search of fabled modern treasures.
Don’t feel guilty for cuing up several — or all — of these shows ...Indiana Jones meets TV true-crime solver in host Josh Gates, who combines a thirst for adventure with impressive journalistic skills and moments of genuine fear as he chases down historical mysteries on location — from Amelia Earhart’s fate to the site of Yamashita’s alleged treasure.
– Competitive travel ... – John Briley ... Indiana Jones meets TV true-crime solver in host Josh Gates, who combines a thirst for adventure with impressive journalistic skills and moments of genuine fear as he chases down historical mysteries on location – from Amelia Earhart’s fate to the site of Yamashita’s alleged treasure.
The hunt for Yamashita treasure During World War II, the Japanese army looted its neighboring countries and supposedly amassed an unfathomable amount of wealth ...General Tomoyuki Yamashita (elitereaders.com) ... Eager treasure hunters have undertaken the arduous search for the contested treasure of Yamashita.