The melodic guitar and piano playing and vocal harmonies of Tokyo-born Makato Kubota laid the building blocks for Tokyo-born and Hawaii-raised vocalist Sandii (born: Sandy O’Neale) rise to international stardom. With endorsements from David Bowie as well as the Eurythmics, Kubota and Sandii’s music group, Sandii as well as the Sunsetz, acquired the potential to be among the best rings in Japan. Their 1982 one, “Sticky Music,” was a high three strike in Australia. Their albums, including Immigrants in 1982, La La La La Appreciate in 1986 and Tempo Chemistry in 1987, had been one of the primary to successfully mix traditional western and eastern instrumentation and pop affects. Interacting with in 1974, Kubota and Sandii decided to pool their assets, three years afterwards, when they shaped Makoto Kubota AS WELL AS THE Sunset Orchestra. With Sandii’s sultry vocals and sensual persona supported by Kubota’s hook-laden instrumental wizardry, the group appeared destined for achievement. Their debut record, Consuming Pleasure, released in 1980, was made by Haroumi Hosono from the Yellowish Magic Orchestra, as was the group’s second record, Heat Scale, the next season. Although they under no circumstances achieved predicted industrial levels, Kubota and Sandii continuing to interact. In 1986, the group’s name was transformed to Sandii AS WELL AS THE Sunsetz. Through the 1990s, Kubota and Sandii been employed by under Sandii’s name with Kubota offering as manufacturer of their albums. Furthermore to his collaborations with Sandii, Kubota provides released three unforgettable single albums. While Tempo Love and Live Sunset 64’40 had been limited by Japanese distribution, Second Range, released in 1979 by Nippon Columbia, was internationally distributed. Documented during the summertime of 1978, the record featured guest performances by Levon Helm, Steve Cropper and Bobby Charles. Kubota provides increasingly committed his focus on producing other performers including Sudanese dangdut performer, Detty Kurnia, dancefloor musician Mellyana and Japanese pop vocalist, Dick Lee.