Tribute to my musical Dad Toshi 1913-1998 — George Trice’s & Kozzy Iwakawa’s passion & personality analog my Dad

 

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my Dad Toshi 1913-1998 442nd Go For Broke all-Japanese American infantry unit WWII  — here Dad is stepping up in convoy with left leg raised & left hand on side rail   (National Archives have actual film/movie of this convoy)  — Dad was a Silver Star recipient for rescuing his mortally wounded CO & fellow rifleman.   https://curtisnarimatsu.wordpress.com/2013/07/19/yushin-charley-narimatsu-1920-2013-died-age-93-my-nisei-2nd-generation-uncle-the-last-of-his-generation-in-my-kazokufamily/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnVtyQAZ-mY

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Cxzkms9chI

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mptKw_ZA7-c

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https://curtisnarimatsu.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/musica-amore-so-whos-lovin-you-baby-in-praise-of-smokey-robinsons-53-yr-old-classic-as-sung-by-none-other-than-our-salt-of-the-earth-lifes-most-enthralling-vocalists-ahsan/

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https://curtisnarimatsu.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/musica-amore-celebrate-77-years-of-great-vocalistpianist-mickey-gilley/

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https://curtisnarimatsu.wordpress.com/2013/09/14/in-tribute-to-my-leader-ri-in-honesty-speaks-to-the-heart-where-true-love-resides/

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https://curtisnarimatsu.wordpress.com/2013/09/07/mind-blowing-jesus-stands-inexplicably-before-us-and-jesus-turns-common-sense-ideas-upside-down-confounding-us-all-dedicated-to-authentic-ri-in/

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