Romantic Music From Japan

THE TOKYO STRINGS Romantic Music From Japan (1964 UK 14-track LP on a rough black & silver label, housed in a front laminated pasted picture sleeve with a catalogue sticker on the back. The cover shows minimal wear & the vinyl appears near mint BL7632)

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Release Year 1964 - 57 years ago
Condition Unless stated otherwise in the description above, all items are in at least excellent condition - so please read our descriptions carefully. We try to sell items as close to Mint condition as possible, and many will indeed be close to brand new and/or unplayed. Others may be 'used' - and all will meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed.
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Format vinyl LP album (LP record)
Record Label Philips
Complete Stock List Go to Various-World Music
Product Catalogue No BL7632
Music Genre World Music, Ethnic, Afrobeat, Traditional African
Country Comes from UK Comes from 'UK'
 
Tracklisting & More Information

Habu Harbour 2:39
Moon Light On The Ruined Castle 2:39
The Sound Of The Crickets 2:30
Evening Primrose 3:01
Firefly 2:52
The Gatherling Of Tea-Leaves 2:27
Red Maple Leaves 2:45
The Sleeping Goldfish 2:20
You May Go Through 2:52
I Am A Child Of The Sea 3:26
Mount Hakone 2:39
A Boatman's Ballad 3:56
The Shopkeeper's Daughter 2:45
Gondola-Song 3:05


LP RECORD  
Recording Artist Various-World Music
Product Title Romantic Music From Japan
Product Information Various-World Music Romantic Music From Japan UK vinyl LP album (LP record).
Language All tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Additional info Deleted - A deleted or out-of-print item is one that is no longer manufactured. However, we stock thousands of out-of-print formats and we specialise in tracking down out-of-print, deleted and hard-to-find releases.
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