Meiko is the self-titled debut album by Meiko, released in 2008. An earlier version of this album was self-released in 2007. The newer release features re-recorded versions of "Under My Bed" and "Said and Done", and adds Meiko's first single, "Boys with Girlfriends". The 2007 self-release features a 'secret' track at the very end of the CD, which is a song called "You and Onions". All songs written and composed by Meiko. Reasons to Love You" – 3:17. How Lucky We Are" – 2:57.
Meiko is the self-titled debut album by Meiko, released in 2008. The newer release features re-recorded versions of "Under My Bed" and "Said and Done", and adds includes Meiko's first single, "Boys with Girlfriends".
Meiko may refer to: Meiko (given name). Meiko (American singer), born 1982, American singer-songwriter. Meiko (album), her self-titled album. Meikō Line, Nagoya Municipal Subway, Japan. Meiko Nishi Ohashi roadway bridges, Nagoya, Japan. Meiko Scientific, defunct British supercomputer manufacturer. Meiko Maschinenbau, dishwashers manufacturer. Meiko (software), a Japanese Vocaloid from Crypton Future Media and voiced by Meiko Haigō.
Meiko (/ˈmiːkoʊ/) is an American singer/songwriter. She independently released a self-titled album on September 1, 2007. All of the tracks from the LP have been featured in major network TV shows. Her second full-length, titled The Bright Side, was released through Fantasy Records on May 15, 2012, and a single from the album, "Stuck On You", reached on the combined Japanese AirPlay Chart and on the International Chart in Japan.
singer, songwriter, deep thinker, pizza eater. New Album, IN YOUR DREAMS, Out Now! MEIKO. Written by Andrew Leahey with Rolling Stone Magazine
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What are they putting into the water at the Hotel Café? Meiko is yet another hyper-talented musician to cut her teeth on the . venue's stage, which previously helped launch artists like Priscilla Ahn, Cary Brothers, and Ingrid Michaelson.