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Nada Surf performs "Always Love" live on KEXP from The Triple Door. Recorded 2/2/2012.

Host: Cheryl Waters
Engineer: Jake Mclaughlin
Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Scott Holpainen, Christopher Meister & Justin Wilmore
Editing: Scott Holpainen

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Always Love on Wikipedia
"Always Love"
Max always lovecd.jpg
Single by MAX
from the album Emotional History
B-sideJust Wanna Lovin' You
ReleasedFebruary 15, 2001
FormatCD Single
GenrePop
Length4:35
LabelAvex Trax
Writer(s)Hiromi Mori, T2ya
Producer(s)Max Matsuura
MAX singles chronology

"Always Love" is a song by Japanese pop group, MAX. It was released as their 19th single and was used as the ending theme to the NTV program, Sports Max.[1] It is the last of five singles leading up to their fourth original studio album, Emotional History (2001). The song was written by Hiromi Mori who has worked with MAX on their singles, "Shinin'on-Shinin'love and "Love Impact." It was composed by T2ya and is his first production with the group.

Contents

  • 1 Music video
  • 2 Track list
  • 3 Chart performance
  • 4 Personnel
  • 5 Art direction and design
  • 6 References

Music video

The music video was filmed on January 23, 2001 at Aoyama no Bou Studio.[2] It focused almost entirely on the group's dance choreography with solo scenes of each member in various costumes.

Personnel

  • Executive producer: Johnny Taira
  • Produced by Max Matsuura
  • Co-produced by Junichi "Randy" Tsuchiya
  • Director: Yukihito Sakakibara
  • A&R chief: Vanity Maekawa
  • A&R: Toshikazu Sakawa
  • Mixed by Naoki Yamada
  • Mixed at Planet Kingdom Studio
  • Recording engineers: Hiroto Kobayashi
  • Computer programmer: T2ya
  • Mastered by Toshiya Horiuchi
  • Promotion: Takashi Kasuga, Yukio Takemura, Akira Kobayashi, Seij Fukagawa

Art direction and design

  • Art direction and design: Katsuhito Tadokoro
  • Photography: Sunao Ohmori
  • Stylist: Akarumi Someya
  • Hair & make-up: Maki Tawa
  • Creative coordinator: Naoki Ueda

References

  1. ^ a b c "Oricon Database: Always Love". 
  2. ^ "Always Love Special Report". 
  3. ^ "Oricon Weekly Singles Chart: 02/26/2001". Archived from the original on 2009-10-25. 
   

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