Well, I read on an old post that I had gotten Minako Yoshida's（吉田美奈子）"Twilight Zone" back around October 2013, and aside from the absolutely gorgeous "Koi wa Ryuusei"（恋は流星...Shooting Star of Love）, I hadn't done anything about the album. That ends now.
The long lag between getting Yoshida's 5th album from March 1977 and finally doing a writeup on it is due to my initial reactions to the album. I had already heard some of her later, funkier work from the early 1980s so when it came to listening to "Twilight Zone", I was caught a bit off-guard at how intimate and introspective it sounded overall. It was as if she had recorded the album while performing at a basement Shinjuku live house with her and the piano just a few feet away from the nearest audience member. To be honest, I was intimidated at how I was even going to talk about it on the blog.
Yoshida was responsible for all of the writing and composing.