Junko Ohashi is another one of those veteran singers who never ended up appearing daily or weekly on countdown shows or in commercials but still garnered a loyal fan base with her music and powerful voice. So, it's a bit ironic that her two biggest hits "Silhouette Romance" （シルエット・ロマンス）and "Tasogare, My Love" (たそがれマイ・ラブ）have her singing relatively quietly.
Even the reviewer for "Crystal City" in "Japanese City Pop", Yutaka Kimura（木村ユタカ）, relates his surprise on hearing the album and realizing how much soulful power she had belted out a few years before her biggest commercial hits came out.
The above video is for the title track right at the top of the lineup. A soul number, Ohashi sends her love for the titular city, whether it be Tokyo or New York, by referring to the 52nd-floor sky restaurant, the highways, the subways and the smell of fresh ink from a newspaper. Clearly, she's taken a more positive attitude toward urban life than Taeko Ohnuki（大貫妙子） who tended to disdain it through some of her songs. Machiko Ryu（竜真知子）was responsible for the lyrics with Ohashi's husband, Ken Sato（佐藤健）, taking care of the music here.