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|1.||Kayoko Ishuu - "Bazazz No 1"|
|2.||Reiko Mari - "Saike Na Machi"|
|3.||Linda Yamamoto - "Furi Furi 5"|
|4.||Mari Henmi - "Daniel Mon Amour"|
|5.||Chiyo Okumura - "Koi Gurui"|
|6.||Emy Jackson & Blue Comets - "Namida No Go Go"|
|1.||Katsuko Kanai - "Mini Mini Girl"|
|2.||Akiko Wada - "Boy & Girl"|
|3.||Kemeko Matsudaira - "Watshi Ga Kemeko Yo"|
|4.||Akiko Nakamura - "Namida No Mori No Monogatari"|
|5.||The Peanuts - "Tokyo No Hito"|
|6.||Kazumi Yasui - "Warui Kuse"|
This collection focuses in an era of Japanese music in which fashion, glamour and kitsch collided to create an addictive sound that morphed Westernized shapes into something kaleidoscopic and unique; the GS (or Group Sounds) phenomenon had seen Japanese artists attempting their own take on the high-energy onslaught of the Beatles and the British invasion, but elsewhere the female artists of the era were crafting a sound that tipped its hat to bossa nova, psych-pop and French ye-ye whilst maintaining a distinctly Japanese approach. Vibrant, eclectic and shot through with an insouciance and style rich even for this era, this is a compilation that sounds as exotic today as it did in the '60s.
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