Title: The Boy's Life
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Chan sang its theme song, titled "Kung Fu Fighting Man" entirely in English. Album-A Boy's Life Archived 2007-09-07 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 2011-07-26. Album-Shangrila Archived 2007-09-06 at the Wayback Machine. Album-Sing Lung Archived 2007-09-11 at the Wayback Machine.
Jackie Chan was in Anhui for the opening ceremony of his Jackie Chan Environmental Conservation, Art Exhibition and Museum, held at the Bangbu Ancient Residence Garden. The ceremony began with an exciting performance by the JC Stunt Team, followed by a speech by Jackie Chan explaining his values behind environmental protection, conservation, and his enthusiasm behind ancient buildings and wooden structures. One special piece of artwork exhibited in the museum was a lion sculpture made out of 1,000 recycled Sprite cans, exhibiting an adorable jade-green colour. On March 28, Jackie held a small gathering to officially announce the release of his upcoming new album, Music Life of Jackie Chan. At the gathering, Jackie explained that’s it’s been 16 years since he released his last album. And although he’s been stereotyped as an action superstar, Jackie loves to sing.
The Page for Jackie Chan fans all over the world. Dear Teache Jackie chan May you have peace in your life s And important thing inour life,if Possible,explore your background,so that,we,your funs,get more inspired.
Chan Kong-sang SBS MBE PMW (Chinese: 陳港生; born 7 April 1954), known professionally as Jackie Chan, is a Hong Kongese martial artist, actor, film director, producer, stuntman, and singer. He is known for his acrobatic fighting style, comic timing, use of improvised weapons, and innovative stunts, which he typically performs himself, in the cinematic world. He has trained in wushu or kungfu and hapkido, and has been acting since the 1960s, appearing in over 150 films.
Childhood & Early Life. Jackie Chan was born as Chan Kong-sang to Charles and Lee-Lee Chan in British Hong Kong. His parents were the refugees from the Chinese Civil War and worked for the French ambassador in Hong Kong. In 1960, Chan’s father was sent to Canberra, Australia to work for the American Embassy. He joined a performance group called the Seven Little Fortunes there.
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|1||Tokyo Saturday Night
Arranged By – 竜崎 孝路*Words By, Music By – 美樹 克彦*
Arranged By – 椎名 和夫*Music By – 高中 正義*Words By – 今野 雄二*
|3||Wow Wow Wow
Music By, Arranged By – 馬飼野 康二*Words By – 秋元 康*
Arranged By – 村松 邦男*Words By, Music By – Reico
|5||Try To Love Me
Music By, Arranged By – 後藤 次利*Words By – 今野 雄二*
|6||I Love You, You, You
Music By, Arranged By – 後藤 次利*Words By – 売野 雅勇*
Music By, Arranged By – 後藤 次利*Words By – 宮原 芽映*
Arranged By – 村松 邦男*Translated By – 宮原 芽映*Words By, Music By – 劉家昌
|9||Hong Kong 黄昏
Arranged By – 竜崎 孝路*Music By – 美樹 克彦*Words By – 榊 みちこ
Arranged By – 椎名 和夫*Music By – Paul MauriatWords By – 売野 雅勇*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner-Pioneer Corporation
- Made By – Warner-Pioneer Corporation
|L-12571||Jackie Chan||The Boy's Life (LP)||Elektra||L-12571||Japan||1985|