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Yukawasione
Artist: Shioine Yukawa
Format: Vinyl

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Label: UNIVERSAL JAPAN
Rel. Date: 03/29/2024
UPC: 4988031621332

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This is the third volume in a series of analog recordings of hidden masterpieces by 'Toshiba EMI'. This time, five titles released since the 2000s are being released!The first major album by Shione Yukawa, a migratory bird with a guitar. Ten songs are included, including 'Green Arch' provided by Takashi Nagazumi of Hanaregumi, 'The King of Naked' provided by Shigeru Kishida of Kururi, and 'Light a Candle' produced by James Iha of the Smashing Pumpkins. Produced by Soichiro Suzuki of World Standard, who has worked with Hanaregumi and others. Mixed by ZAK, who was in charge of Fishmans and Buffalo Daughter. 'A good singer-songwriter' may be too cliched an expression, But the lyrics, which evoke a kind of 'cruelty' and 'bold perspective' peculiar to women, will make you feel a sense of excitement, and the voice, which is the most attractive part of the song, will surely make you fall in love with her. Her beautiful soprano voice is used to warm up the music. As a young girl, she played the soprano part in the Tokyo Boys and Girls Choir, but later shifted to the pop music field. The voice is fragile and beautiful, but 'thorns' appear here and there. The same is true of the lyrics. If you are fooled by her gentle appearance, you will be deceived... The sound spun simply with traditional instruments is a true English folk worldview. (Original release: January 25, 2006)