Since the early 1970s, Daisaku Yoshino has continued to perform live mainly in Yokohama, and his musical style has been diverse and elusive, from the folk-rock period of the 1970s to the post-punk/free-form period of the 1980s. 1974) is well known in later years as a classic acid-folk album, popular mainly in Europe. The band's philosophical, contemporary poetry was expressed in straight American rock, dynamic, thirsty country rock and acid-folk style, and was acclaimed as "Jax meets Sunset Band". The legendary "Oh! Morning Band", which outshone Tokyo bands at the Hibiya Nohe rock festival and won acclaim from Makoto Kubota, and other musicians. The bluesy, weeping electric guitars are reminiscent of Neil Young's After the Gold Rush, and the song sharply captures the rapidly changing times of 1974. The album is the first time in 48 years that a hidden masterpiece in the history of Japanese rock has been released in its original format. The strength of the music is so pure that it has not wavered at all, and it is an album that needs to be listened to now more than ever.