Collaboration between Moga Records and The Greatest Anime song Diva, Yoko Takahashi

Moga Records has just released the retro swinging jazz Christmas album, "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" by 10inch vinyl with a Japanese famous singer, Yoko Takahashi.

Yoko is a massively influential Japanese singer and songwriter best known for performing A Cruel Angel's Thesis, the opening theme song of Neon Genesis Evangelion, one of the world’s most commercially successful and critically acclaimed animated television series of the 1990’s,
 The album includes the Christmas standard tunes such as “Jingle Bells”, “Winter Wonderland” and “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” and is a collection representing the music of the great girl groups of the past. and the music was played by the LA local musicians who are the jazz specialist from 1920s and 1930s.
 This is the happiest Christmas album hearing like the nostalgic radio program and is sure to please listeners of all ages. The cover cartoon is created by illustrator, Asami Matsumura who is specialized the Retro style.

Vinyl Online Order


“I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm”
Yoko Takahashi and The Angel Sisters

Format: 10 inch Vinyl
Release Date: 20th November 2015

Format: Digital Download
Release Date: 16th December 2015

Cover Cartoon: Asami Matsumura

Distributed by Moga Records

Side A
1. I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
2. Winter Wonderland
3. Jingle Bells with John and Yoko

Side B
1. Blue Christmas
2. Have Yourself A Merry
Little Christmas
3. The Little Drummer Boy / Peace On Earth

※The special “Jingle Bells” bonus track will be only available on iTune store

All songs performed by
Yoko Takahashi (Vocal, Chorus)
Randy Woltz (Piano and Keyboard)
John Reynolds (Guitar, Electric Guitar, Banjo, Vocal and Whistling)
Marquis Howell (Stand Up Bass)
Bryan Shaw (Trumpet)
Jonathan Stout (Drums)
Benedikt Brydern (Violins, Keyboard)

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“Super Mario Brothers Overworld BGM” by The Handy Dandy Boys and Janet Klein be released. Limited 7" vinyl and Digital Download music are available.

The men who just look like “Mario Bro” performed Super Mario Brothers Overworld BGM with might and main!

The Handy Dandy Boys, LA local jazz musicians who dress retro style, cover the famous Mario Brothers’ piece, “the Overworld BGM” with the new arrangement of Latin Jazz with tremendous quality! You may feel Hot jazz music sophisticated in Hollywood !

The cover art is drawn by Mr. Ashura Benimaru Itoh who is famous for the comic adaptations of Star Fox and Super Metroid in Nintendo Power and the Pokemon cartoon serialized in the US Newspaper.

“Bye Bye Blues” Japanese version sung by Janel Klein is available only on 7" vinyl.

Janet Klein, who is a local favorite singer of Los Angeles, is performing obscure, lovely and naughty songs from the 1910's , 20's and 30's as the name of Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys. The Handy Dandy Boys is another name of “Her Parlor Boys”.

Digital Music (Available)

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7" Vinyl (Available)


Format: Single vinyl record/ 7 inch/45rpm

Contents/Artist Name
Super Mario Brothers Overworld BGM / The Handy Dandy Boys
Bye Bye Blues / Janet Klein with John Reynolds

Price:$18 (Including Tax)
P/No. MGR-0123

”Bye Bye Blues” is recorded only on 7” vinyl.

Format: Digital Music

Contents/Artist Name
Super Mario Brothers Overworld BGM / The Handy Dandy Boys

Price: Please check the sites of download
Sales territory: Japan, the United States of America

Full version of “Super Mario Brothers Overworld BGM", performed by The Handy Dandy Boys

“Bye Bye Blues” Japanese version sung by Janel Klein is available only on 7" vinyl.


Super Mario Bros Overworld BGM

Performed by The Handy Dandy Boys:
Randy Woltz (Piano)
John Reynolds (Banjo, Guitar)
Corey Gemme (Cornet, Trombone, Percussion)
Chloe Feoranzo (Clarinet, Saxophone)
Ian Whitcomb (Percussion)

Bye Bye Blues

Performed by Janet Klein with John Reynolds
Janet Klein (Vocals)
John Reynolds (Electric Guitars)
Marquis Howell (Stand Up Bass)