Often regarded as Japan’s first female singer-songwriter, Sachiko Kanenobu created an enduring legacy with "Misora", a timeless classic of intricate finger-picking, gently soaring melodies, and rustic Laurel Canyon vibes.
Originally released in 1972 on URC (Underground Record Club), one of Japan’s first independent record labels, the Haruomi Hosono-produced album remains one of the most beloved works to come out of Japan’s folk and rock scenes centered around Tokyo and Kansai areas in the early 1970s.
Haru Ichiban No Kaze Wa Hageshiku (The First Strong Winds Of Spring)
Yuki Ga Fureba (I Wish It Would Snow)
Michi Yuki (Running Away On A Road Of Snow)
Sora Wa Fukigen (Moody Sky)
Aoi Sakana (Blue Fish)
Toki Ni Makasete (Leave It To Time)
Anata Kara Toku E (Far Away From You)
Misora (Look Up, The Sky Is Beautiful)
Omae No Hoshii No Wa Nani (What Do You Really Want?)
Kagero (The Heat Wave),
Hayabusa To Watashi (Falcon And I)