Saucy Lady ‎– Makka Na Taiyo

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Audio Chemists Recordings ‎– 16-1468
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
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A 真っ赤な太陽 (Makka Na Taiyo)
Composed By [作曲] – 原信夫 (N. Hara)*Guitar – Yuma HaraLyrics By [作詞] – 吉岡治 (O. Yoshioka)*Producer – Yuki "U-Key" Kanesaka*Vocals – Saucy Lady
4:29
B 甘く危険な香り (Amaku Kiken Na Kaori)
Composed By [作曲], Lyrics By [作詞] – 山下達郎 (T. Yamashita)*Drums – Anthony Steele (3)Guitar – Yuma HaraProducer – Yuki "U-Key" Kanesaka*Vocals – Saucy Lady
4:11

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Edition 800 copies on different coloured vinyl
Housed in generic 'Star Creature' die-cut sleeve
Track durations not mentioned on the release

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 16-1468-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 16-1468-B

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Arthit

Arthit

February 22, 2018
PR release:
After rocking our socks off with those deep and dope boogie rerubs on Star Creature and Street Muzik, Saucy Lady steps up to Audio Chemists for a pair of prime time Japanese pop cover versions. First up, the Boston based producer and performer offers a mind blowing interpretation of one of the biggest Japanese pop hits of the 1960s, originally sung by national treasure, Hibari Misora. Blasting off from its A-side launch pad thanks to some slick guitar licking from Yuma Hara (the grandson of the original song's composer, Nobuo Hara, no less) "Makka Na Taiyo" takes us on a nebulous night flight through infectious bass grooves, spectral synth and smooth toned vocals. Phuture funk with vocals in Japanese? What's not to love? Over on the flip,the tempo drops to a sultry 86 BPM for a superb slow burning cover of Japan's legendary Tatsuro Yamashita's "Amaku Kiken Na Kaori". Me, Matt Ward and Ryan Horsebeach are all over this one, expect it to be a future Coastin' classic!
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Disco_bobulated

April 3, 2017
I have a solid (opaque) gray 45, what other colors are out there?