Keiichi Suzuki

Composer

1951 –

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Who is Keiichi Suzuki?

Keiichi Suzuki is a Japanese composer, performer, and singer-songwriter. He is perhaps best known to English-speaking audiences for his music for the Super Nintendo game EarthBound, which has been released on several soundtracks.

Suzuki's true notoriety comes from his work with the long-lived Moonriders, a group which became one of Japan's most innovative rock bands. Recently, he has also composed scores for a number of films, including The Blind Swordsman: Zatōichi, Tokyo Godfathers, Higuchinsky's Uzumaki, Hiroshi Shimizu's Chicken Heart, as well as Kitano's more recent Outrage and Outrage Beyond films.

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Born
Aug 28, 1951
Ōta, Tokyo
Also known as
  • すずき けいいち
  • 鈴木慶一
  • 鈴木 慶一
  • Suzuki‎ Keiichi
  • すずきけいいち
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  • Japan
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on July 23, 2013

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