A request

Hello, blogosphere!

I have a few posts that I’ m working on. I shall post those in due time!

However, the purpose of this post is not to allay any fears about my blogging schedule. I have a request, a plea, even.

A while ago there was a stage play in which Abe Natsumi and Shibata Ayumi both acted. At some point, the two performed a duet of “Shall We Love” by Gomattou. The performance really got to me. I was new as a fan at the time, and the performance really was amazingly emotional and well-sung.

My request is for that performance. Since seeing it years ago, the video has been deleted from youtube, and my searches have turned up nothing. Any information about the performance, such as the name of the play it was from or when the play was performed would also be amazingly helpful.

Please come to a fellow fan’s aid, blogosphere!

Thank you!

4 Responses to A request

  1. Mica says:

    http://www.searchgate.com/abe_natsumi_shibata_ayumi_hello_project_on_sta_v6156767/

    Is that what you’re looking for?

    I wasn’t really sure what I was looking for so I just typed in “abe natsumi and shibata ayumi” in the nearest search engine. The internet is really helpful sometimes.

  2. Usa-chan says:

    0_o Yes! Thank you!

    Goodness gracious, how did you do that? I must have tried the same thing dozens of times without results! Can I ask which search engine you used?

  3. Mica says:

    It was just google and a lot of luck.
    The person kindly labeled it as a video where “abe natsumi and shibata ayumi talk on the phone and sing a bit of Gomattou’s “shall we love”.

    But I’m glad it was the right one. I hadn’t seen it before, and you’re right, it is a really touching performance.

    • Usa-chan says:

      Haha, well, I feel incompetent now! But thank you again for helping me out.

      Isn’t it? It was one of the first times I’d actually seen emotional range coming from a H!P performance.

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