Megumi Satsu “Sokuten-Kyoshi”

Megumi Satsu “Sokuten-Kyoshi”

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Condition Guidelines

Polydor (Japan) 1984
28MM 0371 (LP) w/insert (color-faded).
sleeve : EX+(very light collapse on one corner, still good.)
media : NM-/NM-(some very slightly surface noises, still fine.)

This album was released in 1984 by Megumi Satsu, a Japanese chanson singer who has been based in Paris for over 40 years since she moved to France in 1970. Although this album is also based on chanson, it is a very special album by Serge Perathoner, who has been arranging for many French artists since the 1970s, and guitarist Christian Leroux, who has also been playing for many French artists since the 1970s. Haruomi Hosono also contributed to the title track on B1. The combination of disco-like synth-pop with electronics and chanson, combined with Satsu's distinctive vocals, creates a magical world.

B1: Silicone Lady
B3: Clocharde

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