Blue Jam (Bonnie Pink album)

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Blue Jam
Studio album by Kaori Asada
Released September 21, 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre Blues rock, pop rock, indie rock
Length 40:51
Label Love Lite / Stone Fox (Pony Canyon)
Producer Yasushi Ide (King Cobra Ltd.)
Kaori Asada chronology
- Blue Jam
(1995)
Heaven's Kitchen
(1997)
Singles from Blue Jam
  1. "Orenji"
    Released: October 20, 1995

"Blue Jam" was Bonnie Pink's debut album released under her real name Kaori Asada. The album spawned one single but failed to chart. In the jacket of the album, she describes the album as a "mixture of bitter honey, blues music, momentary silence, irresistible madness, teardrops, sourgrapes, hopeful bombs, big big love, and a few green apples." The album introduced her unique style of music that has been defined as an off-beat mix between jazz, blues, pop, and rock.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Kaori Asada. 

CD
No. Title Arranger(s) Length
1. "Scarecrow"   Tomio Inoue 4:21
2. "Curious Baby"   Tomio Inoue 4:47
3. "Candy Futatsu no Sanpo (キャンディ2つの散歩; Walk with two candies)"   Ryutaro Kihara 4:38
4. "Senaka (背中; His Back)"   Bun Matsuda 3:49
5. "Freak"   SuGar Yoshinaga&Yumiko Ohno (from Buffalo Daughter) 5:23
6. "Too Young to Stop Loving"   Hiroshi Egaitsu, Toru Matsuoka 4:41
7. "Maze of Love"   Tomio Inoue 7:16
8. "Orange"   Tomio Inoue 5:51
Total length:
40:51

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