Kayobi No Onna

by Masahiko Satoh

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    From Mitsuko & Svetlana Records.
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    Limited Vinyl LP (500 copies)

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    Presented by Mitsuko & Svetlana Records, distributed by WRWTFWW Records.

    Artist: Masahiko Sato
    Title: Kayobi No Onna
    Originally released: November 1970
    Label logo by Shintaro Kago

    Genre: jazz, rare groove, soundtrack, lush melodies, classical, 70s pop, folk jazz, ballad, mystery, drama

    A golden era gem from the master himself.

    Archival reissue of long lost treasure from genius pianist and composer Masahiko Sato whose resume includes hundreds of legendary albums and collaborations with Midori Takada (Lunar Cruise and Ton•Klami) among many others.

    Very rare soundtrack of a 9-episode suspense drama that aired on TV in 1969 and 1970. Filled with exquisite jazz, soul-jazz, folk-jazz, and mystery-jazz, plus groovy affairs, classical moods, and 70s flair.

    Highly recommended to Japanese jazz collectors, soundtrack collectors, Masahiko Sato collectors, lovers of rare gems and wearers of vintage trench coats.

    A1. Yoko, Ai to Kako (Mimikazari) (3:43)
    A2. Noriko, Ai to Omei (Utsukushiki Emono) (3:11)
    A3. Chie, Ai to Shinjitsu (Ame no Hi no Wana) (3:45)
    A4. Miyako, Ai to Tsuiseki (Koi no Wana) (2:53)
    A5. Nobuko, Ai to Tobo (Shi to Sora to) (5:15)
    B1. Miyako, Ai to Gisei (Aoi Kemonotachi) (4:11)
    B2. Misako, Ai to Kibo (Tobosha) (2:53)
    B3. Sakiko, Ai to Uragiri (Hitokui) (3:43)
    B4. Sanae, Ai to Kyofu (Konoha no Fune) (4:45)

    All compositions and arrangements by Masahiko Sato
    Masahiko Sato: piano, keyboard

    Yoshiko Goto: vocal

    Kiyoshi Sugimoto: guitar

    Kunimitsu Inaba: bass

    Yasuo Arakawa: bass

    Akira Ishikawa: drums
    and more

    Originally released in November 1970 as an LP on Toho Records (BL-1001)

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From Mitsuko & Svetlana Records.
WRWTFWW.COM EXCLUSIVE
Limited Vinyl LP (500 copies)

******************

Presented by Mitsuko & Svetlana Records, distributed by WRWTFWW Records.

Artist: Masahiko Sato
Title: Kayobi No Onna
Originally released: November 1970
Label logo by Shintaro Kago

Genre: jazz, rare groove, soundtrack, lush melodies, classical, 70s pop, folk jazz, ballad, mystery, drama

A golden era gem from the master himself.

Archival reissue of long lost treasure from genius pianist and composer Masahiko Sato whose resume includes hundreds of legendary albums and collaborations with Midori Takada (Lunar Cruise and Ton•Klami) among many others.

Very rare soundtrack of a 9-episode suspense drama that aired on TV in 1969 and 1970. Filled with exquisite jazz, soul-jazz, folk-jazz, and mystery-jazz, plus groovy affairs, classical moods, and 70s flair.

Highly recommended to Japanese jazz collectors, soundtrack collectors, Masahiko Sato collectors, lovers of rare gems and wearers of vintage trench coats.

A1. Yoko, Ai to Kako (Mimikazari) (3:43)
A2. Noriko, Ai to Omei (Utsukushiki Emono) (3:11)
A3. Chie, Ai to Shinjitsu (Ame no Hi no Wana) (3:45)
A4. Miyako, Ai to Tsuiseki (Koi no Wana) (2:53)
A5. Nobuko, Ai to Tobo (Shi to Sora to) (5:15)
B1. Miyako, Ai to Gisei (Aoi Kemonotachi) (4:11)
B2. Misako, Ai to Kibo (Tobosha) (2:53)
B3. Sakiko, Ai to Uragiri (Hitokui) (3:43)
B4. Sanae, Ai to Kyofu (Konoha no Fune) (4:45)

All compositions and arrangements by Masahiko Sato
Masahiko Sato: piano, keyboard

Yoshiko Goto: vocal

Kiyoshi Sugimoto: guitar

Kunimitsu Inaba: bass

Yasuo Arakawa: bass

Akira Ishikawa: drums
 and more

Originally released in November 1970 as an LP on Toho Records (BL-1001)

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