Maki Asakawa “Nagare wo Wataru”

Maki Asakawa “Nagare wo Wataru”

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Condition Guidelines

Express (Japan) 1977
ETP-72230 (LP) Original pressing. no obi/insert.
MAT: 1S/1S
sleeve : EX-(WD: slightly bend on bottom left, wear on corner.)
media : VG+/EX-(some slightly surface noises caused by slightly hairlines. A4 has some light click noises caused by small scratch.)

In the late 1960s, Maki Asakawa was discovered by Shuji Terayama and Koji Teramoto, and began performing live at Sasori-za in Shinjuku. The album was released in 1977. Nobuyoshi Hagiwara, Hiro Tsunoda, and Ryuichi Sakamoto participated in this album, as well as Yoichiro Ikeda of Mentampin, Kantaro Uchida of Yuukadan, Mikio Shirai, Ken Yoshida, and Tadanori Kokawa. In addition to the original songs, there are also covers of Rod Stewart and a poem by American poet Langston Hughes that Asakawa wrote. Ryuichi Sakamoto's organ is soulful.

A1: あのひとは行った
A5: If I’m on the Late Side
B4: 罪人小唄

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