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Sunday, January 31, 2010 at 3:57 PM Posted by FEMALE TROUBLE 7 Comments

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山本リンダ (or Linda Yamamoto to westerners like us) is a Japanese singer who was very prominent in the 60's and 70's. The original version of her biggest hit, 狙いうち (Nerai uchi/Sharpshoot), is featured on this album. A complete bombshell, her provocative dress style was one of the things that propelled her into the limelight, being quite known for having a revealed butty button in some of her stage costumes. Not only is her look noticeably different, but her vocal style projects like no other. That kind of deep, sultry, sexy voice that sends shivers down your spine.

Linda's music sounds like something that would be played in the backdrop of a Seijun Suzuki film, or to make that statement sound more modern, something that Tarantino would pick up for one of his films. The production value is high, with various percussion, a brassy horn section, swirling violins, and manic piano playing, all with Linda's powerhouse vocals in front.

The first disc is the complete album. The second are instrumentals for those of you at home who want to karaoke some Linda, or for you wacky noise peeps who will probably manipulate it for something ;P


7 Responses so far.

  1. excellent!

  2. mmm... revealed butty button

  3. you should have posted "Komacchau na" also. The first big hit Lady Linda had in the late 60's. It has everything in 2 minutes and a half!

  4. Thanks, i was curious about his music

  5. yeah I was gonna say that this is great but I really prefer her sixties output I second the emotion on Komacchau na if you find that post it

  6. I definitely will. I wasn't familiar with which albums of hers were which when I was at Book Off the other day, so I just picked up the one that looked the coolest, haha.


  7. Is it supposed to be that Side 1 and 2 contain the same songs?

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