Takashi Niigaki Explains His Role as Ghostwriter Composer Mamoru Samuragochi

Takashi Niigaki explains his role as ghostwriter composer Mamoru Samuragochi
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Tokyo, Japan – A general view of the Takashi Niigaki press conference in downtown Tokyo, February 6, 2014. Niigaki explained his 18 year role as a ghostwriter for celebrated “composer” Mamoru Samuragochi. Samuragochi was nicknamed the new Beethoven and supposedly deaf. (Photo by Motoo Naka/AFLO)

Takashi Niigaki explains his role as ghostwriter composer Mamoru Samuragochi
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Tokyo, Japan – Takashi Niigaki speaks during a press conference in downtown Tokyo, February 6, 2014. Niigaki cast doubt on Samuragochi’s hearing impediment and said that he had written more than 20 pieces that Samuragochi had taken sole credit for. (Photo by Motoo Naka/AFLO)