Scottish Pop Song of the Day #1

Aneka – Japanese Boy (1981)
In the summer of 1981, Scots folk dowager Mary Sandeman revamped herself as a disco-pop Geisha. The pentatonic scale deployed was common to Chinese (not Japanese) music, and the fold of her Kimono was customarily used on the dead for cremation, but this mock-exotic chart-topper is joyous.

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