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The only work of the progressive rock band Strawberry Path by the legendary Japanese rock world, Shigeru Narumi (g, key, b) and former food brain Hiro Tsunoda (vo, ds). 'The day when he came to the earth' is officially decided to reprint the LP for the first time in a long time! As a hard, bluesy and funky full-scale rock album, it is a masterpiece that still has deep-rooted fans at home and abroad. It is also famous as the first work of 'Mary Jane'. Tamio Kageyama is in charge of the liner notes, and Shotaro Ishinomori, a manga artist, is in charge of the jacket illustration. Announced in 1971.
The only work of the progressive rock band Strawberry Path by the legendary Japanese rock world, Shigeru Narumi (g, key, b) and former food brain Hiro Tsunoda (vo, ds). 'The day when he came to the earth' is officially decided to reprint the LP for the first time in a long time! As a hard, bluesy and funky full-scale rock album, it is a masterpiece that still has deep-rooted fans at home and abroad. It is also famous as the first work of 'Mary Jane'. Tamio Kageyama is in charge of the liner notes, and Shotaro Ishinomori, a manga artist, is in charge of the jacket illustration. Announced in 1971.
4988031524404
Ogarasu Ga Chikyu Ni Yattekitahi
Artist: Strawberry Path
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $65.98
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DISC: 1

1. I Gotta See My Gypsy Woman
2. Yellow Z
3. The Second Fate
4. Five More Penny
5. 45byou no bunretsushoutekiansokubi
6. Leave Me Woman
7. Mary Jane On My Mind
8. Kyujou no genei
9. Oogarasu ga chikyu ni yattekitahi

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The only work of the progressive rock band Strawberry Path by the legendary Japanese rock world, Shigeru Narumi (g, key, b) and former food brain Hiro Tsunoda (vo, ds). 'The day when he came to the earth' is officially decided to reprint the LP for the first time in a long time! As a hard, bluesy and funky full-scale rock album, it is a masterpiece that still has deep-rooted fans at home and abroad. It is also famous as the first work of 'Mary Jane'. Tamio Kageyama is in charge of the liner notes, and Shotaro Ishinomori, a manga artist, is in charge of the jacket illustration. Announced in 1971.
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