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Artist
Sachiko Kanenobu
ReleaseProduct
Misora
Label
Light In The Attic
Catalogue Number
LITA175
Release Date
June 21, 2019
  • Vinyl 1×LP

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    LITA175LP

    • Audio remastered from the original analog master tapes
    • Booklets include rare photos, translated lyrics and a new interview with Kanenobu
    • Vinyl housed in a deluxe, uncoated gatefold jacket with 12-page liner notes book
    • Vinyl pressed at RTI
  • CD

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    LITA175CD

    • Audio remastered from the original analog master tapes
    • Booklets include rare photos, translated lyrics and a new interview with Kanenobu
    • CD housed in an uncoated Digipak with 32-page liner notes book

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Sachiko Kanenobu’s Misora was originally released in 1972 - a time when the likes of Joni Mitchell and Neil Young were at the peak of their powers. On the evidence of Misora, Kanenobu deserves to be spoken about in the same breath as these great songwriters. Produced by none other than Haruomi Hosono, this is a gorgeous set of modern ballads that unites the British, Laurel Canyon and Japanese folk scenes. It’s no surprise to find out that the likes of Devendra Banhart and Jim O’Rourke are big fans of this album. Misora is yet another vital reissue of Japanese music from Light In The Attic.

  1. 1 Misora 0:30
  2. 2 Anata Kara Toku E 0:30
  3. 3 Kangero 0:30
  4. 4 Toki Ni Makasete 0:30
  5. 5 Sora Wa Fukigen 0:30
  6. 6 Omae No Hoshii No Wa Nani 0:30
  7. 7 Aoi Sakana 0:30
  8. 8 Yuki Ga Fureba 0:30
  9. 9 Michi Yuki 0:30
  10. 10 Hayabusa To Watashi 0:30
  11. 11 Haru Ichiban No Kaze Wa Hageshiku 0:30

Light In The Attic

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Alternative / Indie / Post-rock

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