Version 8.0.1· Last Updated 5/11/04



WARNING: FOR SERIOUS PIZZICATOMANIACS ONLY!

I have tried in this document to present all the songs recorded by Pizzicato Five a) in alphabetical order and b) with a list of all available versions for you completists out there.

I still need help with track times, songwriting credits, thematic links between songs, etc.

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A
Action Painting (Konishi)
Original version (Expector Sound) (5:14) on the Pizzicato V In Action e.p.
A snippet of the original is in the medley 'What's New Pizzicato?' (4:36) on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A different mix (?) (5:16) appears on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A new version, retitled 'Boogaloo In Action' (5:39) appears as part of a medley with 'The Swim' on Soft Landing on the Moon
A live version (7:54) appears on Instant Replay, with Nomiya Maki on vocals.

Adult Oriented Cha-Cha (Konishi)
Original version (2:11) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You
* This is the first appearance of the melody that turns into "Let's Be Adult"
SEE: Let's Be Adult

African Queen, The (Konishi)
Original version (2:13) on On Her Majesty's Request.
* This is Section A of the five-part Erotica Operation mock soundtrack.
** Left off the remaster due to copyright problems involving a sample of "Sympathy For the Devil"

Aiueo (????)
Original version (3:40) is on Çà et là du Japon
* Features Clementine on vocals

Airplane (Konishi)
Original version (5:22) on Overdose
A new version "Airplane '96" (4:32) is on Sister Freedom Tapes

All About Me
SEE: I

All About the Married Life (Konishi)
Original version (4:52) is on Readymade Recordings e.p.

Aloha De Blues (Konishi)
Original version (4:51) is on Soft Landing on the Moon

Apartment, The (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (3:33) on Couples
An instrumental version (3:33) is on A Quiet Couple
A cover by Konishi-produced Tokyo's Coolest Combo is on their CD Vibrations Au GoGo

Arigato WE LOVE YOU (Cameron/Arling/Konishi)
Original version (5:14) on Happy End of the World
An extended version (5:36) with no "hung up receiver sound" is on the Readymade Red 12''

À Tokyo
SEE: Voyage à Tokyo

Audrey Hepburn Complex, The (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (Extended Stanley Donen Mix) (4:26) is to be found on the Audrey Hepburn Complex e.p.
A snippet of the original is in the medley 'What's New Pizzicato?' (4:36) on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A Billy Wilder Mix (4:28) is on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
Konishi later reworks the melody on On Her Majesty's Request as 'Holiday for Audrey H' (1:28)
Nomiya Maki finally adds her vocal stylings on a live version from Instant Replay as The Audrey Hepburn Complex - Brigitte Bardot - T.N.T (6:26)

Awakening, The (Konishi)
Original version (2:35) on Romantique 96
A demo version (2:32) with Konishi on vocal is on Great White Wonder. This has slightly different lyrics.

B
Baby Love Child (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (3:41) on This Year's Girl
An "LA English Mix" (3:32) is on the Five by Five e.p.
Another English mix (3:32) is on Made in the USA
An unreleased acoustic English version (3:13) recorded for KCRW exists.
* The "Attention Adults" bridge borrows the melody from "Couples"
SEE: Couples

Baby Portable Rock (Konishi)
Original version (4:03) is on the 3'' CD single
An instrumental version (4:03) is on the 3'' CD single
A "Jingle Mix" (0:32) is on the 3'' CD single
A different version "Baby Mexican Rock" (8:09) plus interview (w/ Tetsuya Ogawa) is on Combinaison Spaciale
* This song evolves into My Baby Portable Player Sound
** The title is Konishi's tribute to Nomiya Maki's first group of the same name.
*** This is one of the alarms on the G-Shock "G-Mix" wristwatch
SEE: My Baby Portable Player Sound

Bananas (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (3:37) is on On Her Majesty's Request

Bellissima '90 (Konishi)
Original version (3:01) is on On Her Majesty's Request
A live version (4:14) is on Soft Landing on the Moon, while an edited version (3:58) removing the "Sympathy for the Devil" sample, is on the remastered CD.
A live version (3:50) is on The Band of the 20th Century

Birth of Cool (Konishi)
Original version (3:47) on This Year's Girl
A remix "Cool Aid Mix" (???) is on the 8x5 promo only

Bonjour
Original version (2:54) on Television Workshop e.p.

Boogaloo in Action
SEE: Action Painting

Bossa Nova 3003 (Konishi)
Original version (4:39) on the Nonstop to Tokyo e.p. and on In the Bag

Boy Meets Girl (Konishi/Kamomiya)
Original version (Hootenanie in Modern) (5:21) is to be found on the Pizzicato V In Action e.p.
A snippet of the original is in the medley 'What's New Pizzicato?' (4:36) on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A slightly different mix (?) (5:23) is on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A very brief version (0:54) winds up on Soft Landing on the Moon.

Brigitte Bardot T.N.T. (Takanami)
Original version (3:49) on This Year's Model e.p.
A live version (6:23) on Instant Replay is coupled with "The Audrey Hepburn Complex"


C
Çà et la (Bertrand Burgalat)
Original version (4:59) on Çà et là du Japon
* Burgalat is on vocals as well

Catwalk (Konishi)
Original version (5:03) on Romantique 96
A remix (5:05) by St. Etienne is on Great White Wonder

Catchy (Konishi)
Original version (7:15) is on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A remix "Catchy 22 o'clock" (7:23) is on the vinyl only Pizzicato Free Soul
A live version (7:34) is on Instant Replay
A new arrangement "Sophisticated Catchy" (2:40) is on Bossanova 2001
A remix "Voltage Unlimited Catchy" (5:25) by Towa Tei is on Expo 2001 and TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1995
A remix "Bonus Groove" (3:45) by Towa Tei is on the vinyl only Free Soul 2001
A "different version" (7:12) is on Made in the USA

CDJ (Konishi)
Original version (1:21) on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A live version (5:02) on Instant Replay
A remix "Red Card Mix" by Jun Nagasaki & DJ Shimoyama is on the Mixes for CDJ 12''
A remix "Readymade Mix" (6:02) by Konishi Yasuharu is on the Mixes for CDJ 12'',
the Matador CDJ 12'', and TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1995
A remix "Wild Jumbo Mix" by Fukutomi Yukihiro is on the Mixes for CDJ 12''
A remix "DJ Accappella" is on the Mixes for CDJ 12'' and the Matador CDJ 12''
There are possibly two other remixes on the Matador CDJ 12'' but they may be the same as above
An English and Japanese mix (5:44) is on The Sound of Music
* Originally written for Koizumi Kyoko (aka Kyon Kyon) for her 1989 album Koizumi in the House

Chicken Curry (Konishi/Nomiya)
Original version (2:28) on Sister Freedom Tapes
*Backing track is a strings and sitar arrangement of "Happy Birthday"
SEE: Happy Birthday

Cleopatra 2001 (Konishi/Oyamada)
Original version (5:21) on Bossanova 2001
The version (5:09) on Souvenir 2001 is the same but removes the coda

Coda (Konishi)
Original version (0:39) on Romantique 96
* Contains a reprise of Konishi's theme from Tokyo Mon Amour.

Collision and Improvisiation (Konishi)
Original version (4:35) on Happy End of the World and the E Allora Mambo soundtrack
A remix "The Shooter Mix" (6:39) is on Matador's Remix 12'' #7 and Happy End of You
A remix "Dizzy Fugu Mix" (5:57) by the Maxwell Implosion is on Readymade Records Remixes and on Readymade Records Tokyo: Remixes
A remix "Jazz Brothers Mix" (6:25) by Jazz Brothers is on Readymade Records Remixes

Concerto (Konishi)
Original version (4:39) on the I Hear a Symphony 3'' CD single
An instrumental (4:39) is on the I Hear a Symphony 3'' CD single
New version (4:29) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record

Contact (Gainsbourg/trans. Konishi)
Original version (4:23) on Romantique 96
A remix "Percolator Mix" (4:42) by The Gentle People is on Combinaison Spaciale
A remix "Dimitri's Old Skool Flava" (7:24) by Dimitri from Paris is on the Matador 12''
A remix "Dimitri's Voco Dubstramental" (7:23) by Dimitri from Paris is on the Matador 12'' and the UK Mon Amour Tokyo CD single
* Original version on Brigitte Bardot's 1967 Harley Davidson LP.

Cornflakes (Konishi)
SEE: Snowflakes

Cosmic Blues (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (6:10) is on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A remix "Cozmic Blues Again" (6:13) is on the vinyl only album Pizzicato Free Soul
* This was later rerecorded by K-Taro Takanami on his So-So CD.

Couples (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (3:54) on Bellissima!
A new instrumental version (3:55) is on Soft Landing on the Moon.
A live version (4:13) is on The Band of the 20th Century
* The riff from this is later used in 'Baby Love Child' and 'Funky Love Child'
SEE: Baby Love Child, Funky Love Child

Cover Your Ears SEE:Superstar


D
Darlin' of Discotheque (Konishi)
Original version (11:26) is on the Darlin' of Discotheque e.p. and Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
A Radio Edit (4:43) is also on the Darlin' of Discotheque e.p.
A version of radio edit with Hirota Mieko on vocals (4:43) is on In the Bag
A dub mix (???) of the original version (with harpsichord replacing vocals) is on the Darlin' of Discotheque 12" promo
New instrumental version (7:32) on Pizzicato Five™
A remix (9:10) "The GROOVE ROOM Suite" with Hirota Mieko on vocals is on Remixes 2000.
A remix "Bongo a Gogo" (5:24) by Comoestas Yaegashi is on Remixes 2000.
* The "GROOVE ROOM" mix shares its medley with Love Again

La Dépression (Konishi)
Original version (2:08) on the Week-end 3" single
New version (2:15) with back-up vocals by Grand Prix on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
A Grand Prix-only vocal version (2:06) is on the vinyl only Readymade Sampler, Matador's vinyl version of Playboy & Playgirl , In the Bag, and Pizzicato Five R.I.P.

Domino (Konishi)
Original version (2:59) on Sister Freedom Tapes
And instrumental version (2:59) is on the Sister Freedom Tapes vinyl only 10''

Do Re Mi (Bobby Troup/trans. Konishi)
Original version (3:35) on Television Workshop e.p.
* This uses similar backing to 'Twiggy Twiggy'
SEE: Twiggy Twiggy

Drinking Wine (Konishi)
Original version (4:25) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
A vocal dub mix (4:21)--that is, no lyrics, but "doo-doo"s sung to the melody--is on both Japan and U.S. vinyl copies of The International Playboy & Playgirl Record and Readymade Art of Tea
* Features Makoto Saito

Duck Walk, Duck Soup (Takanami)
Original version (2:13) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You


E
Earth Goes Around, The (Yamagami/Shoji)
Original version (2:55) on Happy End of the World
A remix Daddy-O "Half-Mix" (3:41) is on the Matador remix 12'' #6 and Happy End of You

Eclipse (Takanami)
Original version (2:27) on Bossanova 2001
A different mix (2:26) with echoed vocals (like a "round") is on Souvenir 2001

Erotica Operation
A collection of five mini-songs supposedly used as a soundtrack, featured on On Her Majesty's Request
SEE: African Queen, Spy vs. Spy, Swedish Girl, I Confess, Feint Operation

Every Time We Say Goodbye (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (2:45) is on Couples
An instrumental version (2:45) is on A Quiet Couple


F
Face B (Konishi)
Original version (3:47) is the B-side of the Happy Sad 3'' CD single

Fashion People (Konishi)
Original version (4:04) on Çà et là du Japon
* Features Scott Addison and Ben Human of Courduroy on vocals.

Fast Ska Number (Konishi)
SEE: Vacance

Feint Operation (Takanami)
Original version (2:44) is on On Her Majesty's Request
* This is Section E of the five-part Erotica Operation mock soundtrack.

59th Street Bridge Song - Feelin' Groovy (Paul Simon/Konishi, trans.)
Original version (Club Mix - Night Owl) (2:51) is to be found on the Audrey Hepburn Complex e.p.
A snippet of the original is in the medley What's New Pizzicato? (4:36) on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A slightly different mix (Clubmix '87 Bitter End) (2:52) is on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A live version (2:36) is on The Band of the 20th Century
* This is a cover of the Simon and Garfunkel song.

Flower Drum Song (Konishi)
Original version (7:58) is on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A remix "Spellbinder Sound" (8:47) is on the vinyl only Pizzicato Free Soul
A remix "Satoshi's Lament" (7:58) by Satoshi Tomiie is on Expo 2001
A remix "Flower Folk Song" (3:15) by Satoshi Tomiie is on the vinyl only Free Soul 2001
A remix "The Satoshi Tomiie Royal Interpretation" (6:24) by Satoshi Tomiie is also on the vinyl only Free Soul 2001.

Flying High (Fantastic Plastic Machine)
Original version (5:07) on Romantique 96
*Although not actually by Pizzicato Five, many people may believe it to be so!
** Another version by F.P.M. is on A Life of Cityboys CD

Flying Science Class (Agata/Takanami)
Original version (3:10) on Readymade Recordings e.p.

Fortune Cookie (Konishi)
Original version (4:38) on the Superstar 3'' CD single
A longer mix (5:01) is on The Sound of Music

FRIEND & LOVER (Konishi)
Original version (5:43) on Great White Wonder
* Originally written for Arisa Mizuki, this demo uses the backing track from Happy Sad
** Arisa Mizuki version is on her Arisa iii Look CD
SEE: Happy Sad

From Party to Party (Konishi/Takanami)
This song first appeared as a one-sided promo 7'' (lim. ed. 300) for the TO-B department store.
First general release is on the Pizzicatomania! e.p. (2:36)

Funky Love Child (Konishi/Takanami/Konishi)
Original version (6:21) on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A remix "Soul Sister in Harlem" (6:30) is on the vinyl only album Pizzicato Free Soul
A remix "The DJ Bar Mix" (5:50) with the song retitled Pizzicato Free Soul is on the vinyl only album of the same name.
A live version (6:11) is on Instant Replay
* Though not a rewrite of Baby Love Child, it does borrow a bar or two of the Couples riff.
SEE: Couples, Baby Love Child


G
GALAXY ONE
SEE: PORNO 3003

La Guerre est finie (Konishi)
Original version (4:45) is on A Perfect World e.p.
New version (4:56) on Pizzicato Five™

Gifted (Nomiya/Takanami)
Original version (4:50) is on This Year's Girl

Girl From Ipanema, The (Jobim/Morales)
Original version (3:47) on Lounge-a-Palooza compilation
A longer version of the same mix (3:59) is on In the Bag

Gin-chan's Love Letter (Machi Tawara/Wakiko Fukuda)
Original version (3:08) is on the Message Song 3'' CD single

God Save the Queen (Konishi)
Original version (3:52) is on On Her Majesty's Request
A shorter new version (1:20) is on Soft Landing on the Moon

Go Go Dancer (Konishi)
Original version (5:15) on Bossanova 2001
An edit (4:42) on Souvenir 2001 shortens the end "blastoff" sample and goes straight into "Eclipse"
Another edit (4:24) is on Made in the USA
Yet another edit (4:37) is on Quickie EP #1
A remix "Super Telex Mix" (5:12) by Telex is on Expo 2001
A remix "Telex Backing Track" (5:11) by Telex is on Free Soul 2001

Good (Chika/Hajime)
Original version (3:59) on Romantique 96
An edit (3:31) is on The Sound of Music
A remix "Samoan Attourney Mix" (3:59) by Nauga is on Combinaison Spaciale
* Nauga is made up of members of The Gentle People and the Karminsky Experience, both DJ outfits.
** This is a cover of a Plastics song.
*** Konishi uses the bridge of this song as a motif in "Variation"
SEE:Variation

Goodbye Baby & Amen (Konishi)
Original version (6:23) on Pizzicato Five™
An edit (5:44) is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
Instrumental version (4:28) on the vinyl-only Pizzicato Five VS Darlin' of Discotheque
* Features Takao Tajima (ex-P5 and Original Love) sharing vocals
** The intro to this song turns up in many Konishi remixes

Gotta Catch 'em All (???/Hirokazu Tanaka)
Original version (4:41) on Çà et là du Japon
* Features Imakuni, Raymond Johnson, Hiroko ???, and the Pokemon Kids and Yossie on vocals

Grand Bazaar (????)
Original version (0:20) is on Çà et là du Japon
* Features ????, ????, ????, and ???? on vocals

Le Grand Tokyo (Konishi)
Original version (3:26) is on Çà et là du Japon

Les Grand Vacances (Konishi)
Original version (3:51) on Voyage à Tokyo e.p.
*
This track is split into three sub-tracks: "Studio", "Kamakura", and "Enoshima". The last two are favorite tourist spots, and Kamakura is the location of the Buddha featured on the cover.
** The Japanese title for this song is "Natsuyasumi" (Summer Vacation)

The Great Invitations (Konishi)
Original version (4:09) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
* Features Masumi Arichika of TV Jesus

Groovy is My Name (Konishi)
Original version (3:25) on Bossanova 2001 and The Sound of Music
A version (3:24) on Souvenir 2001 omits the opening "groovy guy" sample and has a clean ending.
A version (3:24) on the Doom Generation soundtrack keeps the sample and has a clean ending
A radio edit (???) is on The First Cut is the Deepest promo e.p.
* Lyrics reference Twiggy Twiggy
SEE: Twiggy Twiggy


H
Hallelujah Hara Krishna (Takanami)
Original version (3:23) is on Bossanova 2001
A version (3:24) without drums is on Souvenir 2001


Happy Birthday (Konishi)
Original version (2:28) on Great White Wonder and the Happy Birthday P'Parco 7''
An "omakehen" version (2:35) is on the Happy Birthday P'Parco 7''. It uses the same backing track as Chicken Curry.
The B-side (2:35?) features Maki, Konishi, and Mitsuo Shinto talking over the karaoke version.
A version (???) also appears on What's Up Matador?
** This song evolves into The World's Spinning At 45 R.P.M.
SEE: Chicken Curry, The World's Spinning At 45 R.P.M.

Happy Ending (Konishi/Fukutomi)
Original version (4:52) on Happy End of the World and the E Allora Mambo soundtrack
A remix "If Then Else Mix" (5:20) by Oval is on Matador's Remix 12'' #5 and Happy End of You
* The album version has a short hidden track (0:48) after five minutes of silence.

Happy Sad (Konishi)
Original version "The Invictus Mix" (5:00) is on the 3'' CD single
An instrumental version of this mix (4:58) is on the 3'' CD single
A remix "The Hotwax Mix" (4:56) is on the Japanese 7'' single, the US CD single, and (?) JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997
Another mix (5:11) is on Overdose
A Japanese/English language version (5:09) of the Overdose version is on The Sound of Music
A remix "Stereophonic Club" (8:14) by Satoshi Tomiie is on the US 12'' promo
A remix "Ultimate F-U Dub" (7:20) by Satoshi Tomiie is on the US 12'' promo
A remix "Private Dub" (7:32) by Satoshi Tomiie is on the US 12'' promo
A live studio version (5:43) backed by Cornelius' Rock n' Roll Orchestral Circus is on TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1994
A English language single edit (3:50) is on the Matador 7'' single and the CD single
A cover (5:20) by Spanish(?) group "P-5" exists on 12'' in 4 mixes.
* English version by Momoko Suzuki and Terri Macmillan
SEE: FRIEND & LOVER

Her Majesty au Go-Go (Konishi)
Original version (4:26) is on On Her Majesty's Request, but left off of the remastered album.

Hibari no Hanauri Musume (Fujiura Kô/Uehara Gento)
Original version (4:42) is on the Misora Hibari Tribute CD
* Misora Hibari is a famous enka singer

Hippie Day (Konishi)
Original version (3:49) on Overdose

Holger & Marcus (Konishi)
Original version (2:28) is on Sister Freedom Tapes
Another version, retitled Martin & James (2:50) is on Sister Freedom Tapes vinyl only 10''
* Holger and Marcus are the two members of Le Hammond Inferno.
** Martin and James are the two members of the Karminsky Experience.
SEE: Kaimono-o Theme

Holiday for Audrey H (Takanami)
SEE: Audrey Hepburn Complex

Holy Triangle (Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (5:38) on Bellissima!
A live version (5:58) is on The Band of the 20th Century

Homesick Blues (Takanami)
Original version (3:58) on On Her Majesty's Request
A live version (9:33) is on The Band of the 20th Century. Nomiya Maki sings backup.


I
I (Konishi)
Original version (1:51) on This Year's Girl
A live version (3:42) is on Instant Replay
A "Female Superiority Era" instrumental version (3:06) on Great White Wonder
A jazzy live instrumental (1:51) is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.

A Konishi-produced cover (???) with vocals by Mari Natsuki is on Gorilla
A version "Arrangement for a Short Film" (3:45) is on the La Generation Readymade 2000 sampler
* Also known as "All About Me"

Ice Cream Meltin' Mellow (Konishi)
Original version (6:38) on Romantique 96
A remix "Marin Mix 1" (6:54) is on Combinaison Spaciale and Readymade Art of Tea
A remix "Marin Mix 2" (6:04) is on Combinaison Spaciale
An edit (5:36) is on JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997
* "Marin" is Yoshinori Sunahara, member of Denki Groove.
** Rap is by Ms. Triip, member of BIG KAP.

I Confess (Takanami)
Original version (2:11) is on On Her Majesty's Request
* This is Section D of the five-part Erotica Operation mock soundtrack.

If I Were a Groupie (Konishi/Nomiya/Fukutomi)
Original version (5:00) on Overdose
A possible different mix (5:01) on the Happy Sad US 7'' single
An English version (5:00) is on The Sound of Music

I Hear a Symphony (Konishi)
Original version (4:19) on the 3'' CD single, JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997, and on In the Bag
An instrumental (4:19) is on the 3'' CD single
More acoustic-sounding version (3:46) on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record

I'll See Ya Guys on Saturday Night, Right? (Takanami)
Original version (2:46) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

In America (Tanikawa ShuntarEMayuzumi ToshirE/Konishi)
Original version (5:26) on Çà et là du Japon
* Features Izumi Yukimura and the Duke Aces on vocals
**Keitaro Takanami gets a credit for arranging the vocals

Intermission (Tajima)
Original version (0:33) is on Soft Landing on the Moon

The International Playboy & Playgirl Beats
SEE: Playboy Playgirl

The International Pizzicato Five Mansion (Konishi)
Original version (3:27) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
An instrumental version (4:24) is actually a version of "A New Song" on the vinyl only Readymade Sampler
* Narration by Toshiyuki Hosokawa
** Other album tracks are referenced: intro music is "A New Song"; Grand Prix are heard practicing "La Depression", and Konishi is heard composing "Stars".
SEE: A New Song, La Depression, Stars

Intro/Introduction
There are many "Introduction" tracks on P5 albums, and usually have instrumentals underneath
The "Introduction 'J.B. et Vietman'" (0:06) on On Her Majesty's Request is a brief sample from Jean Luc Godard's Masculin/Feminin.
The "Introduction" (2:12) from This Year's Model e.p. is a live spoken introduction by Konishi.
The "Intro" (0:29) on A Television's Workshop e.p.
The "Intro" (0:35) on JPN:Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997 is a collage of other intros (!)
The "Intro" (4:15) on The Band of the 20th Century is from a live Tajima-era concert. The band plays a "Shaft"-like groove underneath.

It's a Beautiful Day (Konishi)
Original version (4:06) on the It's All Too Beautiful 3'' CD single
An instrumental (4:06) is on the It's All Too Beautiful 3'' CD single
A longer version (4:25) is on Happy End of the World
A remix "The B-Day Arrangement" (4:40) by John Oswald in on Matadors remix 12'' #5 and on Happy End of You

It's All Too Beautiful
* This is the name of the 3'' CD single that comprises 'It's a Beautiful Day' and 'Love's Theme'.
** It is also a section of the song PORNO 3003
SEE: PORNO 3003, Love's Theme

I Wanna Be Like You (Konishi)
This track is also known as Y.O.U. on This Year's Girl, but usually anthologized as its other title.
Original version (4:33) is on This Year's Girl
An edit (4:10) is on Made in the USA
A remix (5:16) featuring an English rap by Aboriginals is on Quickie ep #1 and #2.
This is also known as the "Greg Cohen" remix
* Used as a backing track to This Year's Girl #5
SEE: This Year's Girl

J
Jinx (Konishi)
Original version (5:26) on Readymade Recordings e.p.

Jolly Bubbly Lovely (Konishi)
Original version (5:22) is on the Darlin' of Discotheque e.p.
A remix "Cubis Tout Jour Mix" (5:12) by Cubismo Grafico is on Remixes 2000 and on In the Bag


K
Kaimono-o Theme (Konishi)
Original version (2:48) on Great White Wonder.
* This is the melody of Holger & Marcus
SEE: Holger & Marcus

Kids Challenge Theme (Konishi)
Original version (2:18) on Great White Wonder

Kimigayo (Ki no Tsurayuki/Hiromori Hayashi/trad. arr. Konishi)
Original version (0:31) on Çà et là du Japon
* This is the Japanese national anthem

Kimono (Konishi)
Original version (5:31) on Çà et là du Japon
*Features Sparks and ???? on vocals
** An earlier version was released on T.V. Jesus' 1998? album TV Jesus Superstar

K.I.S.S. (Konishi)
Original version (3:06) on Great White Wonder
* "K.I.S.S." chorus reused on "Love's Theme"
** The melodic hook develops into "Happy Sad"
SEE: Love's Theme Happy Sad

Kiss, Kiss, Bang! Bang! (Konishi)
Original version (4:11) appears on the Winter Lounge compilation and Antique 96

KDD (Nomiya/Takanami)
Original version (7:36) on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A remix "The Greatest Hits Mix" (8:31) is on the vinyl only Pizzicato Free Soul
* KDD is one of Japan's long-distant phone companies


L
Lament No. 5 (Konishi)
Original version (5:11) on Readymade Recordings e.p.
An edit (4:59) listed as "Number Five" is on The Sound of Music.

La Regle Du Jeu(Konishi/Tsutumi Kyouhei)
Original version (3:50) on the 3" CD single.
An instrumental version (3:50) is also on the 3" CD single.
A slightly extended version (4:20) without the fade-out ending is on Matador pressings of The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
A shorter extended version (4:08) is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.


Lemon Kiss (Like I Do) (Dick Manning/Minami Kazumi)
Original version (0:17) on Great White Wonder

Lesson 3003 (Konishi)
Part One (5:35) and Part Two (6:00) are on JPN: Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997 and on In the Bag
A combo (6:09) of the Intro (0:35) and Part One is on Sushi 4004 under the latter's name
* Both of these are megamixes of P5's catalog, with hundreds of samples.

Let's Be Adult (Konishi)
This melody started out as Adult Oriented Cha-Cha on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You
Original version (remix) (6:06) with a harder dance sound and many media samples is on This Year's Model e.p.
A standard version (3:40) is on This Year's Girl.
A longer instrumental version (4:16) is on the vinyl only Twiggy Party Adult e.p.
A short instrumental version (1:26) is used as an outro on Television Workshop e.p.
A remix "Adult Child" (7:12) is on the promo only 12x5 This Year's Artform. It's close to the e.p. version.
Another remix "Adult Child Export" (7:16) both by Konishi and Morioka is also on 12x5 This Year's Artform. This is an instrumental version of the above mix.
A version of "Adult Child Export" (7:16) which drops the spoken intro of the 12x5 version is on In the Bag. Here it is called the "12 x 5 Version".

Let's Go Away For Awhile (Takanami)
Original version (Club Mix - Cafe Bizarre) (2:49) is to be found on the Audrey Hepburn Complex e.p.
A longer Concert Arrangements version (4:20) is on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
A new version (3:19) and its reprise (0:44) appear on Soft Landing on the Moon.

Let's Spend the Night Together (Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (3:19) is on On Her Majesty's Request
A longer new version (4:00) is on Soft Landing on the Moon
*A cover by Tajima's band Original Love was released as a single in 1991

Lip Service (Tajima/Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (4:33) is on On Her Majesty's Request
A new version (4:45) in on Soft Landing on the Moon
A live version of the new version arrangement (5:12) is on The Band of the 20th Century

London-Paris (Konishi)
Original version (4:01) on London-Paris-Tokyo e.p.
*This song goes back to their earliest 1985 concerts

LOUDLAND! (Konishi)
Original version (4:41) on Pizzicato Five™
Instrumental version (3:42) on the vinyl-only Pizzicato Five VS Darlin' of Discotheque

Love Again (Konishi)
Original version (4:58) on Pizzicato Five™
A remix "The GROOVE ROOM Suite" (9:10) by Konishi is on Remixes 2000.
An edit of "The GROOVE ROOM Suite" (3:26) is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
* The remix shares a medley with Darling of Discotheque

Lovers Playing Shi-Ri-To-Ri
Original version (4:16) on This Year's Girl. Nomiya Maki vs. Haruo Kubota.
Another version (5:35) on Television Workshop. Nomiya Maki vs. various characters from "Ugogo Ruga"
* Uses the same backing track as This Year's Girl #1, "My Name is Jack"
SEE: This Year's Girl, My Name is Jack

Lovers Rock (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version "Lover's Dub" (10:45) mixed by Izumi "DMX" Miyazaki is the A-side of the eponymous single.
A "Mad Professor's Love Dub" (5:36) of Lovers Rock appears as a track on promo-only Music of the Sound.
A "Mad Professor's Remix" (4:55) appears on Antique '96
A live version (5:39) is on The Band of the 20th Century. This version is not reggae but soul. Nomiya Maki sings backup.
* This song is later retitled "Tokyo's Coolest Sound"
SEE: Tokyo's Coolest Sound

Lovesong Lovesong (Konishi)
Original version (7:21) is on This Year's Model e.p.

Love's Prelude (Konishi)
Original version (2:17) on Happy End of the World
* The "Pizzicato...Five" sample is from "Overture"

Love's Theme (Konishi)
Original version (4:35) on the It's All Too Beautiful 3'' CD single
An instrumental version (4:35) is on the It's All Too Beautiful 3'' CD single A remix (4:16) is on Happy End of the World
Another instrumental of the album version (4:16) is on the Readymade orange 12''
A remix "Automator Mix" (4:12) by The Automator is on Matador's Remix 12'' #4 and Happy End of You
A remix "St. Etienne Mix" (4:50) by St. Etienne is on Matador's Remix 12'' #4 and Happy End of You

Love Love Show (Konishi)
Original version (6:10) on Television Workshop e.p.


M
Mademoiselle (Konishi)
Original version (5:04) on the Nonstop to Tokyo e.p.

Magical Connection
(J.B. Sebastian/ Trans. Nagato Yoshio)
Original version (2:49) on Couples.
An instrumental version (2:48) is on A Quiet Couple.
*This is a cover of a John Sebastian song.

Magic Carpet Ride (Konishi)
Original version (5:49) on Bossanova 2001
A shorter version (5:14) is on Souvenir 2001. Backing vocals stay at the end while the music fades.
A version (5:38) featuring Readymade Strings is on Souvenir 2001
A longer version of the original (6:07) is on TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1995
A radio edit (???) is on The First Cut is the Deepest e.p.
A remix "Jazz A Delic Full Mix" (6:03) is on Expo 2001
An instrumental remix "Jazz a Delic Full Instrumental" (6:01) is on Free Soul 2001
A long remix (11:29) including "Child's Loop" is on the Quickie EP Promo CD
A "Child's Loop Bonus Edit" mix (4:26) is on the vinyl Quickie ep #2 12''
A "DJ Takemura Mix" (7:05) is on the vinyl Quickie ep #2 12''
An English mix (5:13) is on Made in the USA
A radio edit of the English mix (4:04) is on the Quickie ep #1
An instrumental edit of the original (5:19) is on Karaokes & Stacks of Tracks
An instrumental "karaoke" version (5:36) is on the Quickie ep #1
A "Bossa Nova 1998" mix (5:24) is on the Such a Beautiful Girl Like You 3" single

Magic Twin Candle Tale (Konishi)
Original version (5:13) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
An edit and slight remix of this version (4:44) is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
* Features Bread & Butter

Mambo Schoolyard (Konishi)
Original version (2:31) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

Marble Index (Takanami)
Original version (3:57) on This Year's Girl.

Martin & James
SEE: Holger & Marcus

Ma Vie, L'ete De Vie (Konishi)
Original version (5:03) on Happy End of the World
An edit (3:59) is on the Mon Amour Tokyo 3'' CD single
A Konishi-produced cover (4:46) by Kahimi Karie is available on Larme de Crocodile
* Listed on the KK album under its Japanese title "watashi no jinsei, jinsei no natsu"

McGuffin
Original version (2:41) on the vinyl only Pizzicato Free Soul album
* A collage of other tracks from the album

Me, Japanese Boy (David/Bacharach)
Original version (4:37) on Television Workshop e.p.
An English version (4:42) is on Five by Five
A live studio version (5:10) is on Great White Wonder
A "DJ Krush Remix" (5:00) is on the Tribute to Burt Bacharach CD
A Konishi-produced version by Tokyo's Coolest Combo is on their album Cool Holidays

Memories of Schooldays (Takanami)
Original version (3:00) and its reprise (2:33) are on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

Message From Miss Pizzicato Five
Original (???) and an a cappella mix (???) is on The First Cut is the Deepest e.p.
A version (0:55) on Souvenir 2001 has Nomiya Maki talking over the music for Playback 2001. You can hear much more of the track on this version!

Message Song (Konishi)
Original version (3:44) on 3'' CD single, JPN:Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997, and on In the Bag
An instrumental version (3:43) is on the 3'' CD single

Midnight Shuffle (Takanami)
Original version (2:01) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

Mini Cooper (Konishi)
Original version (1:34) on Sister Freedom Tapes

Moderns (Konishi)
Original version (3:26) on Çà et là du Japon

Mood For a Rainy Day (Takanami)
Original version (3:17) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

Mon Amour Tokyo (Konishi)
Original version (4:55) on Happy End of the World
An edit (3:33) is on the 3'' CD single and JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997
An instrumental edit (3:33) is on the 3'' CD single
An English edit version (3:32) is on the UK CD single
A remix "Mon Amour Kyotokyo" (4:29) by Le Hammond Inferno is on Readymade Records Remixes and on Readymade Records Tokyo: Remixes

Music For Sofa
SEE: PORNO 3003

My Baby Portable Player Sound (Konishi)
Original version (5:04) on Happy End of the World
A remix "High Llamas/Sean O'Hagan Mix" (6:12) is on Happy End of You
SEE: Baby Portable Rock

My Blue Heaven (Konishi)
Original version (3:38) on Couples
An instrumental version (3:38) is on A Quiet Couple

My Name is Jack (John Spier Simon/trans. Suzuki Keiichi)
Original version (4:12) on Great White Wonder
* The bridge from this song has been used as the backing track to several P5 songs.
** Originally written by John Simon, covered by Manfred Mann, and covered in Japanese by the Moonriders.
SEE: This Year's Girl, Lovers Playing Shiritori


N
Nata Di Marzo (Konishi)
Original version (2:55) on Romantique 96
A version (2:49) with Mari Natsuki on vocal is on Great White Wonder
A long version (3:03) is on Sushi 3003 and the Brain Candy soundtrack
A "97 Live Mix" (3:54) which incorporates samples from "Contact" is on In the Bag

New Song, A (Konishi)
Original version (4:22) on the La Regle du Jeu 3" CD single.
Another version (4:20) with duet vocal by Kato Hisashi of The Collectors on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
An instrumental of the album version with added moog solo (4:24) is on the vinyl only Readymade Sampler and the Matador vinyl version of Playboy & Playgirl as "The International Pizzicato Five Mansion"
* This is one of the alarms on the G-Shock "G-Mix" wristwatch

Night is Still Young, The (Konishi)
Original version (4:59) on the 3'' CD single and on TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1995
An instrumental version of the single mix (4:59) is on the 3'' CD single and Karaokes & Stack o' Tracks
A remix "Talking Toolbox Mix" (8:15) is on the 3'' CD single
A new arrangement (6:03) is the Television Workshop e.p.
An edit of the Television Workshop arrangement (without the children intro), the "Readymade MFSB Mix" (5:15) is on the Pizzicato Five Tokyo 12 inch and on In the Bag
A longer edit of the MFSB mix (5:27) is on JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997
A further edit (5:02) is on The Sound of Music
An acappella version (???) remixed by Fukutomi Yukihiro is on The Night is Still Young: One Year After 12''
A "drumappella" version (???) remixed by Fukutomi Yukihiro is on The Night is Still Young: One Year After 12''
A "7:00 PM" instrumental version (???) remixed by Fukutomi Yukihiro is on The Night is Still Young: One Year After 12''
A "7:00 AM" instrumental version (???) remixed by Fukutomi Yukihiro is on The Night is Still Young: One Year After 12''
A remix (10:59) is on Overdose. This is often known as the "One Year After" mix and has slightly different lyrics.
A live acoustic version (3:42) from KCRW is on Great White Wonder
A remix (5:18) by DJ Yoshio "The Last Episode" is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
* This is one of the alarms on the G-Shock "G-Mix" wristwatch

Nobody in Town (Konishi)
Not actually a Pizzicato Five track, but written for Kyoko Togawa.
It appears very briefly as part of What's New Pizzicato? (4:36) on the Pizzicatomania! e.p. under the titles "Tea for Two" and "There's Nobody"
SEE ALSO: What's New, Pizzicato?

Nonstop to Tokyo (Konishi)
Original version (6:46) on the Nonstop to Tokyo e.p. and on In the Bag
A radio edit (4:24) is also on the Nonstop to Tokyo e.p.
A shorter version of the radio edit (4:19) which cuts the fade-out before it ends is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
A new version (4:28) featuring Shigeru Matsuzaki is on Çà et là du Japon

No. 5
SEE: Lament No. 5


O
Odd Couple and the Others (Konishi/Kamomiya)
Original version (3:42) on Couples
An instrumental version (3:42) is on A Quiet Couple

Ohayo (Konishi)
Original version (5:08) on This Year's Girl

1 Janvier (Senge Takatomi/Ue Sanemichi )
Original version (1:14) on Çà et là du Japon
*Maki duets with Takashi Nagazumi
** A traditional New Year's song

One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten Barbie Dolls (Konishi)
Original version (5:17) is on the Darlin' of Discotheque e.p.
A remix "Ken's Old Aiwa Mix" (6:25) by Ikeda Masanori of Mansfield is on Remixes 2000 and on In the Bag
A version (???) is on Everything Is Nice: Matador Records 10th Anniversary Anthology

On the Sunny Side of the Street (Konishi)
Original version (6:32) on Overdose
An single edit (4:16) is on the 3'' CD single
An instrumental single edit (4:13) is on the 3'' CD single and on Karaokes & Stacks of Tracks
A further edit (3:55) is on JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997
A remix "Sunday Morning Takiimix" (6:30) is on TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1994

Overture (Konishi)
Original version (0:17) on Overdose

P
Party (Haroumi Hosono/Hiroshi Nakayama/Ryouko Suzuki/Kazuo Yamamoto)
Original version (4:32) is on This Year's Girl
A longer version (5:15) is on the vinyl only Twiggy Party Adult e.p.
* Original version by Haroumi Hosono on his 1973 LP Hosono House

Party Joke (Takanami)
Original version (1:55) on Couples
A new version (1:13) is on Soft Landing on the Moon

Passing By (Wilson)
Original version (2:24) on Sister Freedom Tapes
An extended version (4:53) is on Sister Freedom Tapes vinyl only 10''
* This is a cover of the Beach Boys song from the album Friends

Past, Present, Future (Nomiya/Takanami)
Original version (4:26) on London-Paris-Tokyo e.p.

Peace Music (Takanami)
Original version (4:46) on Bossanova 2001
The version (3:54) on Souvenir 2001 removes the coda, but ends with a long drum loop.
An edited version (3:51) is on Made in the USA. This starts off with the "Pizzicatomania" live spoken sample.
A remix "Pease Pottagemix" (8:40) by St. Etienne is on Expo 2001 and The Sound of Music
* The remix credits for words/music read (Nomiya/Konishi) (misprint?)

A Perfect World
(Konishi)
Original version (3:50) on A Perfect World e.p., In the Bag, and Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
A version (4:41) with Mieto Hiroka on vocals is on Pizzicato Five™
A remix "A Night at Organ B Mix" (4:40) by Sunaga T Experience is on Remixes 2000.

Pizzicato Five X (Konishi)
Original version (11:50) on 24 Decembre e.p.
* This is another Pizzicato Five megamix, this time assembled by Pandari Sasanoooha

Pizzicato Free Soul
SEE: Funky Lovechild

Pizzicatomania (Konishi)
Original version (0:35) on Expo 2001 and Five by Five
* First appearance of the drum sample used much later in Darlin' of Discotheque
SEE: Darlin of Discotheque

Planets (Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (4:06) on Bellissima!
New version (3:57) on Soft Landing on the Moon

Playback 2001 (Konishi/Oyamada/Nomiya)
Original version (0:30) on Bossanova 2001
SEE: Message from Miss Pizzicato Five

Playboy Playgirl (Konishi)
Original version (5:11) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
A single edit (4:24) is on the 3'' CD single
Another edit (4:40) is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
An instrumental of the single edit (4:24) is on the 3'' CD single
An instrumental dub mix, entitled "The International Playboy & Playgirl Beats" (5:44) is on the vinyl only Readymade Sampler
An edit of the dub mix (4:29) is on the 3'' CD single and on In the Bag

Pokemon Ierukana?
SEE: Gotta Catch 'em All

Poolside Lesson (Takanami)
Original version (2:07) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You
* Uses the melody of "Audrey Hepburn Complex"
SEE: Audrey Hepburn Complex

PORNO 3003 (Konishi)
Original version (9:51) on Happy End of the World
A vocal only mix "Mari's Transcendental Meditation Tapes" (8:30) on Readymade's Blue 12''
An instrumental (9:51) on Readymade's Blue 12''
A remix (1:03) is on the PORNO 3003 e.p.
A version (9:53) featuring K. Kishida on vocal is on PORNO 3003 e.p.
A remix "Gus Gus Mix 2.0" (10:07) is on Matador's remix 12'' #6
An edit of the Gus Gus Mix (6:38) is on Happy End of You
A remix "DJ Dara Mix" (5:54) is on Matador's Remix 12'' #7 and Happy End of You
A remix (4:34) by Thievery Corporation is on Readymade Records Remixes and on Readymade Records Tokyo: Remixes
* Most versions feature Mari Natsuki on vocal.
** Song contains three "sections": 'Music for Sofa', 'GALAXY ONE', and 'It's All Too Beautiful'

Potpourri (Konishi)
Original version (1:30) on Romantique 96
* Includes themes to Tokyo Mon Amour and Variation
SEE:Tokyo Mon Amour, Variation


Purple Suede Shoes (Takanami)
Original version (3:10) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You


Q
Questions (Konishi)
Original version (5:28) on Overdose


R
Rain Song (Nomiya/Takanami)
Original version (3:51) on Bossanova 2001
Another version (3:54) is on Souvenir 2001, though I can't tell the difference

Readymade FM (Konishi)
Original version (1:24) on Overdose
An edit (0:13) is on Made in the USA
* Uses the same backing track as Bonjour
** Features Ms. Agnes Bolly on vocals
SEE: Bonjour

Rock n' Roll (Konishi)
Original version (2:42) on Bossanova 2001
The instrumental version (2:32) on Souvenir 2001 omits the fanfare sample at the beginning and uses a shorter, stranger one.
An edit (2:23) and a reprise (0:34) are on The Sound of Music
An instrumental version (2:27) is on vinyl copies of The Sound of Music

Rolls Royce (Konishi)
Original version (8:14) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
An edit (6:34) is on Matador pressings of The International Playboy & Playgirl Record

Roma (Konishi)
Original version (2:57) on Pizzicato Five™
A remix "Corco Edit" (1:26) by Iwamura Manabu is on Remixes 2000

Romantique 96 (Konishi)
Original version (0:37) on Romantique 96
* Ms. Agnes B. on vocals.
** Backing rhythm is that used on My Name is Jack and others, one of Konishi's favorite beats!

Room Service (Konishi)
Original version (4:28) on the Nonstop to Tokyo e.p.

A Room with a View (Konishi)
Original version (4:48) on Pizzicato Five™ and on In the Bag


S
Sa E Ra
SEE: Çà et la

Sakura Sakura (Konishi)
Original version (3:54) featuring Izumi Yukimura in a duet with Maki is on Çà et là du Japon

Saga (Takanami)
Original version (3:31) is on Bossanova 2001
The version (4:30) on Souvenir 2001 is pretty much the same but adds the coda from "Peace Music" to extend it

Satellite Hour (Konishi)
Original version (4:56) is on On Her Majesty's Request
A shorter instrumental plus interview (0:44) and a reprise (0:45) is on Soft Landing onthe Moon
* The original version marks Nomiya Maki's debut as P5's singer.

Satisfaction (Jagger/Richards)
A live instrumental (3:02) is on The Band of the 20th Century.

Second Lesson
SEE: This Year's Girl

Secret Garden, The (Konishi)
Original version (6:13) on Romantique 96

Serial Stories (Konishi)
Original version (4:22) on Couples
An instrumental version (4:22) is on A Quiet Couple
New version (3:41) on Pizzicato Five™

September Song (Mihoko Hashizume/Akira Kamonomiya)
Original version (Manufacture Mix) (4:55) is on Pizzicatomania!
A snippet of the original is in the medley 'What's New Pizzicato?' (4:36) on the Pizzicatomania! e.p.

Seven o'Clock News (Konishi/Kamomiya)
Original version (2:26) on Couples
An instrumental version (2:26) is on A Quiet Couple.

Seventeen (Tajima)
Original version (3:50) on Bellissima!

Sex Machine (Konishi)
Original version (4:55) is on Soft Landing on the Moon
An earlier version (4:34) written for and performed by the group Bazaar is available on Emperor's Closet

Shiritori
SEE: Lovers Playing Shiritori

Shiritori wo suru Koibitotachi
SEE: Lovers Playing Shiritori

Shock Treatment (Takanami/Nomiya/Takanami)
Original version (5:32) on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A remix "Readymade Disco Mix" (5:30) is on the vinyl only Pizzicato Free Soul and on In the Bag
A live version (5:18) is on Instant Replay

Shopping Bag (Konishi)
Original version (3:44) on Overdose

Silent Night (Konishi/Pizzicato Five)
A live version (6:37) is on the On the Sunny Side of the Street 3'' CD single
* This is an outtake from Instant Replay. It uses some of 'Thank You' for its melody.
SEE: Thank You

Silent Night (Josef Mohr/Franz Gruber)
Original version (1:28) and a "dub vocal" (1:37) on the 8x5 promo and Great White Wonder

Sleeper (Nomiya/Takanami)
Original version (3:59) on Bossanova 2001
The version (3:55) on Souvenir 2001 omits the opening Beatles drum sample

Snowflakes (Konishi)
Original version (2:23) on Sister Freedom Tapes
An extended version (3:13) on Sister Freedom Tapes vinyl only 10''
Another version (2:10) retitled "Cornflakes" is on Sister Freedom Tapes

Someone's In Love With Someone (Konishi)
Original version (2:08) is on the Message Song 3'' CD single

Something For Miss Model Girl (Konishi)
Original version (3:18) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

Sophisticated Catchy
SEE: Catchy

Sophisticated Hippy (Konishi/???)
Original live (3:20) appears on The Band of the 20th Century
* This is a cover of the song Konishi wrote for Hippie Hippie Shakes. I think the backing vocalist is Kayoko Ishu.

Soratobu Rika-Kyoushitsu
SEE: Flying Science Class

Soshite Ima Demo
SEE: What Now Our Love

Sound of Music, The (Konishi)
Original version (4:10) on Romantique 96

Sound Spectacular, The (--no credit listed--)
Original version (1:13) on London-Paris-Tokyo e.p.
* First appearance of the ubiquitous "A New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular"

Spacemen on the Schoolyard (Konishi)
Original version (3:11) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You
* This is a cover of Perry and Kingsley's "Barnyard in Orbit"

Spellbound (Konishi)
Original version (5:05) on Great White Wonder

Spy vs. Spy (Tajima/Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (2:29) is on On Her Majesty's Request.
* This is Section B of the five-part Erotica Operation mock soundtrack.

Stars (Konishi)
Original version (4:23) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
* Features Saito Makoto
** Final seconds replays "La Depression"
SEE: La Depression, The International Playboy & Playgirl Mansion

Statue of Liberty (Konishi/Nomiya/Takagi/Konishi)
Original version (4:49) on Overdose
* Rap by Takagi Kan

Strawberry Sleighride (Konishi)
Original version (3:37) on Bossanova 2001
A longer version (4:07) is on The Sound of Music
Another long version (4:08) is on Souvenir 2001, but it sounds like a different mix (no keyboard, more piano).

Such a Beautiful Girl Like You (Konishi)
Original version (4:51) on the 3" single
An instrumental version (4:50) is also on the 3" single
A shorter version (4:42) of the single is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
Another version (4:00) is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record

Sukiyaki Song (Konishi)
Original version (3:34) is on Çà et là du Japon
* Features Ken Yokoyama from Crazy Ken Band

Summertime, Summertime (Konishi)
Original version (3:36) on Couples.
An instrumental version (3:37) is on A Quiet Couple.
A new version (3:35) with Maki on vocals is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.

Sunday Impressions (Konishi)
Original version (5:11) on Bellissima!

Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbow (Takanami)
Original version (1:57) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

Superstar (Konishi)
Original version (5:30) on the 3'' CD single
A shorter version (5:23) is on Overdose
An instrumental version (5:26) is on the 3'' CD single
A brief snippet of the drum intro is titled "Cover Your Ears" on Konishi-involved Girl Girl Girl Radio Show Vol. 1

Swedish Girl (Tajima/Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (1:48) is on On Her Majesty's Request
* This is Section C of the five-part Erotica Operation mock soundtrack.

Sweetest Girl, The (Konishi)
Original version (6:19) on Overdose

Sweet Soul Review (Konishi)
Original version (5:21) on Bossanova 2001
A Radio Edit (4:38) is on the 3'' CD single and TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1995
A "Turtles in the Night Mix" (6:36) by Obinata Ayumi is on the 3'' CD single
An instrumental of the radio edit (4:38) is on the 3'' CD single
A live cover (3:05) by Tokyo Coolest Combo is on Konishi-produced Tokyo's Coolest Combo - In Tokyo and Five Live
* The chorus is recycled and quoted in 'Welcome to the Circus'
SEE: Welcome to the Circus

Sweet Thursday (Konishi)
Original version (3:43) on Bossanova 2001
A version (3:44) on Souvenir 2001 features a snare drum intro
A slightly longer (?) version (3:46) is on The Sound of Music

Swim, The (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (4:09) on Bellissima!
A new version (5:39) is part of a medley "Medley: The Swim--Boogaloo In Action" on Soft Landing on the Moon.


T
Teacher's Pet (Konishi)
Original version (2:08) on Hi Guys! Let Me Teach You

Tea For Two (Konishi)
SEE: Nobody in Town

Telepathy (Konishi)
Original version (6:54) on Sweet Pizzicato Five
A remix "Readymade Free Style" (7:03) is on the vinyl only Pizzicato Free Soul

Temptation Talk (Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (4:17) on Bellissima!
New version (4:39) on Soft Landing on the Moon
A live version (4:49) is on The Band of the 20th Century

Thank You (Konishi)
Original version (World Peace Now Mix) (6:59) on London-Paris-Tokyo e.p.
An edited version of this mix (5:45) is on TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1995
A stripped down version (5:26) is on This Year's Girl
A remix "Final Countdown" (???) is on the promo only 8x5
A remix "P5 vs. Girl Girl Girl" (6:18) by Yabuhara and Konishi is on the promo only 12x5 This Year's Artform. It is close to the World Peace Now mix.
A live version (6:16) is on Instant Replay
A "Playground Mix" (4:57) by Chapter & the Verse is on Expo 2001
A "CNN Mix" (5:57) is on Great White Wonder

There is Nobody (Konishi)
SEE: Nobody in Town

They All Laughed (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (3:27) on Couples.
An instrumental version (3:27) is on A Quiet Couple.
A New Mix (3:28) is on the compilation Antique '96
Reworked in a different version (3:35) is on Soft Landing on the Moon.
A live version (3:52) is on Instant Replay

This Can't Be Love (Konishi)
Original version (4:46) on Bellissima!
A new version (4:32) appears on original copies of Soft Landing on the Moon,
but not the remastered 1995 version
* The new version features rapping vocal by Konishi,. Tajima, and Okuda Tamio from the group Unicorn..

This Year's Girl (Nomiya/Konishi)
This is a six-part series scattered over various CD's consisting of interviews and advertisements over musical backing.
This Year's Girl #1 (5:26) is an interview with Nomiya Maki, and is on This Year's Model e.p..
This was formerly titled "Second Lesson" somewhere.
This Year's Girl #2 (0:40) is an announcement of Pizzicato Five's Five by Five release schedule, and is on London-Paris-Tokyo e.p.
This Year's Girl #3 (2:20) is a spoken announcement by Konishi from the Readymade Recordings live e.p.
This Year's Girl #4 (1:01) is a taped interview with Nomiya Maki, and is on This Year's Girl.
This Year's Girl #5 (0:14) is a brief announcement, and is on This Year's Girl.
This Year's Girl #6 (2:07) is a brief interview with Nomiya Maki, and is on This Year's Girl.
An English version of #1 (5:12) - mislabeled as #2 - is on Five by Five and on Made in the USA.
* The backing track of #1 and #3 is from My Name is Jack.
** The backing track of #5 is from Y.O.U. (I Wanna Be Like You)
*** The backing track of #6 is an instrumental of 'Twiggy Twiggy'.
**** The interview with Nomiya Maki is sampled in the mix of Twiggy Twiggy.
SEE: My Name is Jack, Twiggy Twiggy, I Wanna Be Like You

Tokyo FM Jingle (mieru rajio/Visible Radio) (Tokyo FM/Konishi)
Original version (0:39) on Great White Wonder
* Samples Go Go Dancer

Tokyo FM Jingle (Konishi)
Original version (0:52)
* Samples Go Go Dancer

Tokyo, Mon Amour (Konishi)
Original version (5:52) on Romantique 96
An edit (5:44) is on JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997
A remix "Discotique 96 Mix" by Konishi (5:42) is on Combinaison Spaciale and Readymade Art of Tea
* Konishi used this string arrangement again on Kahimi Karie's "l'amour"
** The male voice is by Tetsushi Hiruma
*** There is a French version by Stereo Total on their My Melody album

Tokyo's Coolest Sound (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (6:19) on London-Paris-Tokyo e.p.
Shorter new version (4:12) on This Year's Girl
* This track is a rewrite of 'Lover's Rock'.
SEE: Lover's Rock

To Our Children's Children's Children (Konishi)
Original version (4:19) on Sister Freedom Tapes
An edit (4:00) on JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997

Top 40 (Tajima)
Original version (1:19) is on On Her Majesty's Request
A longer new version (2:37) is on Soft Landing on the Moon

Top Secrets (Tajima/Konishi/Tajima)
Original version (4:46) is on On Her Majesty's Request
A slightly longer version (4:58) appears on the remastered album.

Tout Tout Pour Ma Cherie (Michel Polnareff)
Original version (4:57) is on the Darlin' of Discotheque e.p., In the Bag, and the Tribute to Polnareff CD
An instrumental version (???) is on the Darlin' of Discotheque 12" promo
A remix "I kiss & kids mix" (3:20) by Cubismo Grafico Blast Squad is on Remixes 2000

Tout Va Bien (Konishi)
Original version (6:55) is on Sweet Pizzicato Five
An edit of this version (5:36) is on In the Bag
A remix "Pizzicatomafia Meets Rudie" (6:59) is on the vinyl only Pizzicato Free Soul
An edit of this remix (5:39) is on In the Bag, called "Pizzicato Free Soul Mix"
A brief live excerpt (0:31) ends Instant Replay
A remix "Banji-Jump From Corcovado" (3:29) by Towa Tei & Satoshi Tomiie is on Expo 2001
An alternate mix (5:46) is on TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1994
An edited instrumental (5:45) is on Karaokes & Stacks of Tracks
A live cover (5:17) by Tokyo's Coolest Combo is on Tokyo's Coolest Combo - In Tokyo
* A popular choice to end Pizzicato Five's live gigs.

Trailer Music (Konishi)
Original version (1:49) on Happy End of the World
An extended version (3:58) is on the Readymade blue 12''
A remix (1:09) is on the Porno 3003 e.p.
A remix "808 State Remix" (5:12) is on the Matador Remix 12'' #2 the Mon Amour Tokyo CD single (UK) and Happy End of You
A remix "Heads Up You Slaves of Labour! Mix" (3:16) by Momus is on the Matador Remix 12'' #3
and the Mon Amour Tokyo CD single (UK)
A remix "Ram Tam Tush Mix" (3:05) by Momus is on the Matador Remix 12'' #3 and Happy End of You
A remix "Trailer Mambo Music Novophonic Remix" (3:29) by Elektropez from Novophonic Records is on Readymade Records Remixes and on Readymade Records Tokyo: Remixes

Triste (Konishi)
Original version (4:51) on Romantique 96
An edit (4:12) is on the 3'' CD single and on In the Bag
An instrumental edit (4:12) is on the 3'' single
Another possible edit (4:17) is on JPN Big Hits and Jet Lags 1994-1997
A version (3:43) featuring the Readymade String Quartet is on the Baby Portable Rock 3'' CD single

T.V.A.G. (Konishi)
Original version (4:05) is on On Her Majesty's Request

20th Century Girl (Konishi)
Original version (4:52) on Pizzicato Five™
Instrumental version (4:38) on the vinyl-only Pizzicato Five VS Darlin' of Discotheque
An edit (4:20) of the original is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
A version (5:12) with The Clovers on vocals is on the vinyl only In the Bag. The mix is the same as the original version but adds a strange piano opening.

24 Decembre (Konishi)
Original version (4:36) is on the 24 Decembre e.p.
A different mix (4:44) is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
A version retitled "Un Carnet du Bal" (7:01) is on the 24 Decembre e.p.
A version (6:10) featuring Rocketman and Ronny from The Scooters is on Çà et là du Japon


Twiggy Twiggy / Twiggy vs. James Bond (Nanako Satou)
Note: Though originally divided into two separate tracks on This Year's Girl, the full version is usually known as 'Twiggy Twiggy'.
Original version (2:49) and its second half (1:15) are on This Year's Girl.
This version features five seconds of interview at the start, usually edited out later.
An edited version (4:03) is on Five by Five e.p. and TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags 1991-1995. It is also on Get Easy Vol. 2
An instrumental version (3:19) is on the promo-only Karaokes & Stack-o-tracks, with a fade-out at the beginning of the organ solo
A longer version (4:20) is on the vinyl only Twiggy Party Adult e.p. This is virtually identical to the original except that the interview segments are missing, and the end does not fade out.
A live version (3:32) is on Instant Replay
A "Take the TB Train Mix" (7:47) by Tackq Ishino is on Expo 2001
* Twiggy Twiggy dates from Nomiya Maki's 1981 album Pink no Kokoro
Konishi's version is half-cover and half-rewrite.

Two Sleepy People (Konishi)
Original version (3:09) on Couples
A Dub Mix (4:55) appears on Soft Landing on the Moon
A further remix "Authentic Stylee" (4:45) by Tets Morioka appears as the B-side of the Lover's Rock single, and also on Antique '96. This is a reggae arrangement.
A live version (4:13) with Tajima on vocals is on The Band of the 20th Century. This is a funky arrangement.

U

Un Carnet du Bal
SEE: 24 Decembre


V
Vacance (Takanami)
An early composition, a snippet is featured on the collage "What's New, Pizzicato?" (4:36) on the Pizzicatomania! e.p. where it is known as "Fast Ska Number"
Much later Konishi reworks it and it exists only as a live version (3:45) on the Readymade Recordings e.p.

Variation (Konishi)
Original version (0:21) on Romantique 96
* This is a string quartet variation on the bridge from "Good"
SEE: Good

Voyage à Tokyo (Konishi)
A version subtitled "At the Afternoon Cafe" (5:08) is on Voyage à Tokyo e.p. and Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
Another version subtitled "At the Nightclub" (5:12) is on Voyage à Tokyo e.p.
A jazzier version (5:53) is on Çà et là du Japon
* "Cafe" version features Matsuzaki Shigeru with You The Rock and DJ Doc Holiday at the turntables
** "Nightclub" version features ??? on guitar
*** The musician credits list You The Rock as co-lyricist along with Konishi on the Cafe and Çà et là du Japon versions


W
Week-end (Konishi)
Original version (3:43) on the 3" single and on In the Bag
An instrumental version (3:43) is also on the 3" single
A longer version (4:03) with no fade out is on The International Playboy & Playgirl Record
A similar version (4:04) which ends with a straight edit into the next track is on Pizzicato Five R.I.P.
An instrumental version with added keyboard solo (4:04) is on the vinyl only Readymade Sampler, the Matador vinyl version of Playboy & Playgirl, Readymade Art of Tea, and on In the Bag
A cover (4:29) by French artist Clementine on her Huere D'Ete CD
*Features Hisashi Kato of The Collectors on duet vocals.

Welcome to the Circus (Konishi)
Original version (5:46) on Romantique 96

We Love Karaoke
Original version (2:00) on Karaokes & Stack-o-tracks
* This is Konishi and Nomiya talking over 'We Love Pizzicato Five medley'

We Love Pizzicato Five (Charles Strouse/Lee Adams)
An intro chorus version (0:17) and an orchestral version (3:28) are on TYO Big Hits and Jet Lags
The orchestral version is also available on Get Easy Vol. 2
* This is an orchestral instrumental medley of Pizzicato Five hits.

What Now Our Love (Konishi)
Original version (3:31) on Couples.
An instrumental version (3:31) is on A Quiet Couple.
A live scat version (3:35) is on Instant Replay, under the Japanese title 'Soshite Ima Demo'
A live version (3:39) with Tajima on vocals is on The Band of the 20th Century.

What's New, Pizzicato? (Pizzicato Five)
Not actually a song, but a collage (4:36) of the contents of the Pizzicatomania! e.p.
along with clips of other Konishi compositions, including 'Nobody in Town' and 'Vacance'.
SEE ALSO: Nobody in Town, Vacance

What's New, Pussycat? (David/Bacharach)
Original live studio version (3:14) on Great White Wonder

Wild Strawberries (Konishi)
Original version (4:56) on Pizzicato Five™
Instrumental version (3:38) "Wild Strawberry Beats" is on the vinyl-only Pizzicato Five VS Darlin' of Discotheque
A more house-y instrumental version (8:21) "Wild Strawberry Boogie" is on the vinyl-only Pizzicato Five VS Darlin' of Discotheque

Work of God, The (Konishi)
Original version (4:35) on Bellissima!
A live cover of sorts (5:17) is on the Konishi-produced Tokyo's Coolest Combo - In Tokyo.

World's Spinning at 45 R.P.M. (Konishi)
Original version (4:40) is on Happy End of the World
An edit (3:25) is on the Readymade yellow 7''
A remix "Sunroof Remix" (18:32) by Daniel Miller & Gareth Jones is on the Matador 12'' #2
An edit of the Sunroof Remix (11:12) is on Happy End of You
SEE: Happy Birthday

World Standard (Konishi/Takanami)
Original version (4:17) on Bellissima!
A new version (3:50) on Soft Landing on the Moon.
The version on the remastered 'Soft Landing' (3:42) is slightly shorter.

The World Without You (Konishi)
Original version (5:33) on Pizzicato Five™


X
xxxxxxxxxman (Nomiya/Takanami)
Original version (3:53) on This Year's Girl


Y
Y.O.U
SEE: I Wanna Be Like You

You'll Never Get to Heaven (Takanami Keitaro)
Original version (2:35) is on On Her Majesty's Request

Yubikiri (Ryuu Matsumoto/Eiichi Ohtaki)
Original version (4:11) is on Soft Landing on the Moon
* This is an outtake from the Bellissima! sessions
* Original version by Ohtaki Eiichi on his eponymous 1972 LP