Next to the Best Album of Sada Masashi
A Japanese old singer-songwriter, Sada Masashi released his ultimate best album “Appare” in 2013. It got the third place on Oricon Weekly Chart in its first appearance and kept staying in the chart for 48 weeks, which means Sada Masashi, who made his debut in 1973, is still fine today.
Released on March 25, 1978
02. SUNDAY PARK
※Blue underlines mean recommended songs.
All Songs Written by Sada Masashi
Except #09: Composed by Watanabe Toshiyuki
I guess you will say “Good Grief” when you have nowadays gotten interested in Sada Masashi, because he has published 38 original studio albums. It is easily considered that you look at his discography and heave a sigh for giving it up.
Then, I would like to recommend his 1978 studio album “Anthology” next to that best album.
Surprisingly, “Appare” includes 4 songs from 10 songs of “Anthology.” When you knew Sada Masashi by that best album, it will be a good next stage to be aware of Sada Masashi deeper.
He said “I originally tried to collect the songs about flowers and compile an album. I was somehow unable, however, for a lack of time.”
In that sense, “秋桜 (cosmos)” would be along to his original concept. He supplied the song to Yamaguchi Momoe, and covered himself. Lining up with “檸檬 (lemon),” the song can be the core of “Anthology.” Well, you can get the both with that best album.
Seeing Oda Kazumasa; a Japanese older singer-songwriter sing “秋桜” in 2007, Sada said “I guessed it was a good song for the first time.” No, Mister Sada, Your own “秋桜” also sounds marvelous.
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