Kenji Yamamoto

Kenji Yamamoto

Known for: Editing
Birthday: 1958-07-01 (64 years old)

Check gifts on Amazon

Biography

Kenji Yamamoto (山本 健司, Yamamoto Kenji, born July 1, 1958) is a Japanese music composer and arranger who has been responsible for producing and composing soundtracks, including opening and ending sequence themes for various anime, tokusatsu and video game projects in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s, mostly related to the Dragon Ball franchise. He has worked on soundtracks of various Dragon Ball video games.

Yamamoto has also composed background music for Dragon Ball Z Kai, a revamped version of the anime series Dragon Ball Z. On March 9, 2011, Toei Animation publicly acknowledged that many of Yamamoto's musical works for the series infringed upon unidentified third-party copyrights. As a result, Toei removed Yamamoto and replaced his compositions with those from the original Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z series written by Shunsuke Kikuchi. The plagiarism of these works have been known to fans since May 2010. Due to the discovery of plagiarism in his compositions by Toei, they were replaced in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai HD Collection and later copies of Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2. Since then, a limited pre-order bonus releases, based on the Super Famicom games of Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden (Switch version) and Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2 (3DS version) would replace the music in 16bit era.

Ratings

Average 4.54
Based on 1.03 Thousand movie and tv ratings over time
1986
1991
2006
2011

Information

Known for
Editing

Gender
Male

Birthday
1958-07-01 (64 years old)

Place of birth
Japan, Japan

Citizenships
Japan


This article uses material from Wikipedia.
Marsha Kahm
Kenji Yamamoto
Marsha Kahm worked together with Kenji Yamamoto in:
3 Movies
Kenji Yamamoto
Kenji Yamamoto
Filmography
Information
Related Personas

Check gifts on Amazon

Product
Contact Us
Social Media
Twitter
Telegram
Pinterest
Download
iOS Application
Android Application
Copyright © MovieFit 2022
Made in Ukraine 🇺🇦