Nanako Sato “Pillow-Talk”

Nanako Sato “Pillow-Talk”

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Nanako Sato
Blow Up (Japan) 1978
LX-7045-A (LP) w/insert(stains).
sleeve : EX-(SRW, wear on corner.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly noises.)

This is the 3rd album released by singer-songwriter Nanako Sato in 1978, following her debut with "Funny Walkin'" in 1977, which was influenced by her encounter with Motoharu Sano. Produced by Chu Kosaka, the album features the talents of musicians such as Hiroshi Sato, Keiichi Suzuki, Pecker, Ryomei Shirai, and Masahiro Takekawa, each contributing to the arrangements. The entire album exudes an Old American atmosphere with influences from ragtime and swing, complemented by Sato's coquettish vocals. The matching is superb, and the performances are exceptionally outstanding, following the style of Haruomi Hosono's "Taiyo Yo E No Komoriuta" and works by Tin Pan Alley. Track B3 is unmistakably characteristic of Hiroshi Sato's sound.

A5: ブラック・ペッパー・ジェラシー
B3: 最後の手品

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