Harvest Records (Japan) 1977
YC-9002 (LP) w/obi, insert(light dirts.)
sleeve : VG+(SRW, wear on edge and corner, light dirts.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly noises caused by slightly hairlines. silent part on A1 and B2 has light noises.)
This was featured on the first edition of guide book ‘obscure sound’. This is the first solo album by Miyako Chaki, a singer who debuted in 1971 as the folk duo Pink Pickles and began her solo career in 1973, and released it in 1977 after a short hiatus. This album was arranged by Micky Yoshino of Godiego, who at the time was also demonstrating his talent as an arranger, and performed by members of Godiego, including Micky Yoshino, Takami Asano, Steve Fox, and Tommy Snyder. The album includes "Maboroshi no Hito," which was used as the theme song for the suspense TV drama series by Seishi Yokomizo and cut as a single, but the highlight of the album is "Shizuka-Na-Yoru" a groovy mellow rock A1 that features performances by members of Godaigo, Jake E. Conception, and the Tamano Group's brass and strings.