- Performer:Maaya Sakamoto
- Style:Japanese Traditions
- Date of release:2001
- Size FLAC version1546 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1318 megabytes
- Size WMA version1159 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 MP1 AHX AUD DTS MMF
Lucy is Maaya Sakamoto's third studio album. In addition to writing the lyrics of seven of the songs, she added her own acoustic guitar playing to the mix of several tracks. Studio album by Maaya Sakamoto. 3. "Strobe no Sora (ストロボの空 Sky of Strobes)". 4. "Alkaloid (アルカロイド)". 5. "Koucha (紅茶 Black Tea)".
Lucy - is a female given name and a surname derived from the Latin noun Lux, meaning light. It is also a surname.
Like all of Maaya's early albums, Lucy is a collabortation between volcalist Maaya Sakamoto and composer Yoko Kanno, a match made in heaven if there ever was one. The tracks that can be found here are some of the best of her ealy career, many of them posessing a powerful and confident ai. If you enjoy pure, beautiful vocals then Maaya Sakamot would be a fantastic choice, and the album Lucy a perfect place to start out. Featuring powerful, catchy, and fun songs sung in both Japanese and English, Lucy is one of Maaya's best studio albums.
Lucy (Maaya Sakamoto album). Lucy is Maaya Sakamoto's third studio album.
Maaya Sakamoto (坂本 真綾 Sakamoto Maaya, born March 31, 1980) is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She made her debut as a voice actress in 1992 as the voice of Chifuru in Little Twins, but is better known as voice of Hitomi Kanzaki in The Vision of Escaflowne
CreditsMaaya Sakamoto - Primary Artist
|3||Strobo No Will Sora||Maaya Sakamoto||5:03|
|6||Kinobori to Akai Skirt||Maaya Sakamoto||5:37|
|7||Life Is Good||Maaya Sakamoto||4:15|
|8||Honey Bunny||Maaya Sakamoto||5:11|
|10||Kuuki to Hoshi||Maaya Sakamoto||5:22|
|12||Watashi Wa Oka No Have Will Kara Kabin Wo Nageru||Maaya Sakamoto||4:45|