ランダム / 断崖
Eastworld (Japan) 1988
RT07-2059 (7") Promotional copy, White label, white paper sleeve
sleeve : EX(PCOH,SRW,WC)
media : NM-/NM-
This is a 7" single released in 1988 by Kay Ishiguro, a talented female singer who traverses a wide range of genres, from folk, jazz to pop and soul. The song was cut from the famous adult-oriented pop album "Bolero", which is featured in the “Walearic Disc Guide". The A-side, composed by Tetsuya Tsujihata and arranged by Eiji Mori, is a sexy adult pop song with a mysterious atmosphere that combines ska and reggae rhythms with tango. The B-side, with lyrics by Hako Yamazaki and music and arrangement by Masamichi Amano, is an adult song with an arrangement influenced by Ravel's "Bolero" and shadowy, seductive vocals. The pitch up in the second half is unusual, but interesting. Both songs are mature and adult. The backing track uses a lot of electronics.