Yup, I did buy Chisato Moritaka's（森高千里）8th album "Lucky 7" near the corner of Spadina and Dundas, the main intersection of the then-new Chinatown. As some trivia, the album was so titled since it heralded 7 years at the time since Moritaka made her debut. It was released in May 1993 but its most famous track came out a month earlier as her 18th single. "Watashi no Natsu" (My Summer) is all about having fun together during the hot season and it's hard not to enjoy it as you watch the music video of her bouncing about in that interesting outfit against a chromakey of clouds. Because it came out while I was studying back in T.O., most likely I became aware of "Watashi no Natsu" through the ANA commercials plugging Okinawa on video tapes from friends in Japan for which the song was the theme. Plus, it was Moritaka's contribution to the 1993 Kohaku Utagassen on NHK.
It's your typically fun and lively Moritaka music and I have to say that I love that feeling of old swinging 60s that's imbued in there. The singer provided the lyrics while Hideo Saito（斉藤英夫）provided the music. "Watashi no Natsu" managed to peak at No. 5 and ended up as the 75th-ranked single of the year.