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File under: Acid FolkJapan

Doji Morita

FM Tokyo Pioneer Sound Approach

Label: P-Vine Records

Format: LP

Genre: Psych

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Doji Morita, who debuted in 1975 with the single 'Sayonara Boku no Tomodachi / Mabushii Natsu,' she was a unique and enigmatic presence in Japanese folk scene with her characteristic sunglasses and curly hair. Starting with 'good bye' in the same year, she went on to release a series of masterpiece albums, including 'Mother Sky: Can You Fly Alone in the Sad Blue Sky?' (1976) and 'a Boy' (1977). This album is a live recording from the spring of 1978, during the peak of Mori's career, when she appeared on the popular FM Tokyo radio program 'Pioneer Sound Approach.' With a selection of her best songs, delicate singing and playing, and valuable on-stage banter, this is a must-have live album not only for fans but for anyone. Despite it's brevity, this album captures the richness of her career.

File under: Acid FolkJapan
Cat. number: PLP-7564
Year: 2024