Carmen Maki “The Best of Carmen Maki”

Carmen Maki “The Best of Carmen Maki”

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Carmen Maki
The Best of Carmen Maki
CBS/Sony (Japan) 197x
SOLL 67 (LP) w/insert.
sleeve : VG+(SRW, wear on edge and corner, light dirts.)
media : EX-/EX-(some light noises.)

This is a best album that includes early representative works of Carmen Maki, a singer who made her stage debut at Tenjo-Sajiki under the leadership of Shuji Terayama and gained widespread popularity with her debut as a singer in "Toki ni wa Haha no Nai Ko no You ni" in 1969. The album seems to have been released in the 1970s. You can listen to many excellent songs that showcase a blend of Japanese Kayoh, psychedelic rock/folk, and orchestration. The album features the previously mentioned A1, A2 composed by Shinichi Yamaji, A6 arranged by Kuni Kawachi, and B6 arranged by jazz pianist Takeshi Shibuya. Carmen Maki's sincere and melancholic vocals complement the eclectic sound makeup, incorporating orchestration, creating a unique and captivating musical experience.

A2: あなたが欲しい
B6: 想い出にさよなら

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