This band deserves a Music Nobel Prize, for all these inspirations to so many generations after them. As a starting point of what we still listen to today, and this in all styles. Yello will remain a reference forever.
Symphony Active NEETs is a Japan live doujin orchestra circle. In 2014, they started their activities as a sister circle of Tokyo Active NEETs. Red Meteor, who had wanted to create orchestral works for a long time, and Nando Meko, who was his disciple at the time, hit it off and formed the group. Indo Nameko is in charge of the arrangement, and Red Meteor is in charge of the overall production and video production.
At the beginning of its formation, it was a type of work, but in order to break through the preconceived notions of the conventional doujin orchestra, they decided to record live performances outside of profitability. The arrangement of the indon lick and the video and production of the red meteor were hooked, and it was established as a one-of-a-kind live orchestra circle.
"The Lady in Red" is a song by Irish singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh.
The song was written by de Burgh about his wife Diana, although the song does not explicitly state this, and was released as part of the album Into the Light. In the documentary series "This Is Your Life", de Burgh stated that the song was inspired by the memory of how he first saw Diana and thoughts that men often cannot even remember what their wives were wearing when they first met.