Originally released July 1973. Live concert from April 1973 with tracks mainly from Kenji Endo's second album, Manzoku Dekiru Kana (1971) and third album Nageki no Ukulele (1972). Influenced by Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix and The Doors, Endo was backed on this album by Caramel Mama (who would change their name to Tin Pan Alley) featuring Haruomi Hosono (bass) Shigeru Suzuki (acoustic and electric guitars) Masataka Matsutoya (piano, electric piano, synthesizer) Tatsuo Hayashi (drums) plus other guests including Yuki Komazawa (steel guitar), Masaki Mukawa (violin) and Firebird Brass Band. Remastered, carboard jacket, includes small replica of poster that came with the original LP release. Kenji Endo, born in 1947, died in 2017. Curry Rice, featured on this album, was the opening track on the US compilation, Even a Tree Can Shed Tears.
1. Machisugida Boku wa Totemo Tsukarete Shimatta 2. Hontoda Yo 3. Itsuno Manika Ame Ga 4. Milk Tea 5. Nezumiyo Kore ga Taiheiyoda 6. Hello Goodby 7. Kyo wa i Hi Mitai 8. Curry Rice 9. Kanki no uta 10. Oyasumi