Long before attaining fame as a soundtrack composer and new age artist, Osamu Kitajima adopted a sufficiently Anglo pseudonym and released this amazing homage to British pop-psychedelia in 1971.
Issued by Warner Bros. in Japan only, the LP has unsurprisingly climbed skywards in price ever since, and only a cave dweller could miss the faithful nods to Syd, Marc, John, Paul, George and Ringo in the original compositions and English lyrics.
Osamu's ability around a studio was evident even then and the choice of genre to lovingly imitate predated the whole retro/'paisley' psych movement by about ten or fifteen years.
01. Let's all Sing
02. You all should think more
03. Hand in Hand
04. Which is True
05. Once its nice to rise at Dawn
06. Lost are my Dreams
08. You Know what I mean
09. A tiny Island
10. Good Bye
12. To Live in Peace
13. Love makes the world Comple