Blue Jam (Bonnie Pink album)

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Blue Jam
Studio album by Bonnie Pink
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.)
Bonnie Pink 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. It 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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