Masato Tomobe “Cante Grande”

Masato Tomobe “Cante Grande”

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Japan Records (Japan) 1984
28JAL-8 (LP) w/obi, insert.
sleeve : EX(WC, very slightly dirts.)
media : EX+/EX+(some slightly noises, still good.)

This album was released in 1984 by Masato Tomobe, a Japanese singer/songwriter who participated in various folk camps and folk jamborees in the late 60s and early 70s, and made his debut in 1972 with "I Came to Osaka". Although the songs and Tomobe's singing are in a folk style, the album features Tatsuro Kondo of Chakra, Kazumi Nishiyori, a key member of Business, the original Japanese ska group, Jun Nagata, who supported YMO on their world tours and managed Ryuichi Sakamoto, Midori Takada and Kazuko Hashimoto. The sound production is completely new wave/strange pop with Japanese sentiments, along with "Pokhara" released the year before. Signed by the artist on the back of the sleeve.

A1: 君はこんな言い方嫌かもしれないけど
A3: ほたる

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