According to her website, Uemura released 3 of her own singles and that one album while providing some other songs for other artists. At present, the only track from "Just My Feeling" the album that I could find on YouTube is the country bluesy "Yokohama Bund Hotel". I think the cover photo for the single fits the mood of the song which seems to have the singer ambling along the bay...I'm assuming that it's Yokohama Bay.
Katsuhiko Kamitsuna（上綱克彦...at least, I hope that is indeed the kanji; it was written in rather microscopic size in the liner notes）provided the music while the late Yoko Yamaguchi（山口洋子）wrote the lyrics under the pseudonym Manon Resco. Yamaguchi was also known for writing another more kayo Yokohama-based number, the breakthrough hit for Hiroshi Itsuki（五木ひろし）, "Yokohama Tasogare"（よこはまたそがれ）all the way back in 1971, and also the shibui "Brandy Glass"（ブランデーグラス）for Yujiro Ishihara（石原裕次郎）.
Yamaguchi's lyrics talk about being that barfly at the watering hole at the titular hotel drinking her sorrows away. The Yokohama Bund Hotel actually did exist for 70 years between 1929 and 1999 with a live house, Shell Garden, opening there in 1982 which featured acts like Anzen Chitai（安全地帯）, Godiego（ゴダイゴ）and the late Yutaka Ozaki（尾崎豊）. Supposedly, according to the J-Wiki article on the Bund, the blue neon sign for the Shell Garden's predecessor, the Shell Room nightclub which was opened in 1968 may have been the inspiration for the title of the classic song "Blue Light Yokohama"（ブルーライト・ヨコハマ）as sung by Ayumi Ishida (石田あゆみ...check out the link for "Yokohama Tasogare" above since both songs are covered in the same article).