Have you given the Tamako Market OST a listen? It is a very nice OST.
Well the ED was nice. I use it to lull myself to sleep
I want to rewatch this show.
Not recently. I do listen to some of the movie songs quite often.
But I did listen to Hibike's OST yesterday and it was surprisingly good. I then wondered why I was surprised that a music show had a good soundtrack.
Both Market and Love Story had a really good soundtrack
>we will never get more Kanna
Why is this world so cruel?
For one, it's really good looking even compared to the series. Second, it continues the series' story and it reaches a conclusion and we get some sort of closure. The movie's heartwarming.
>It compiles all the real-life music played in Hoshi to Peirrot.
What do you mean? I mean, isn't the album's name Hoshi to Pierrot? What you are saying is "the music in Hoshi to Pierrot compiles the music in Hoshi to Pierrot"?
'Hoshi to Pierrot' is the name of the cafe they go to from time to time, where the aged hippy plays various records and gives them life advice. That CD collections the music played in those scenes.
Fun fact: It's also the real-life cafe/bar in the real-life Tamako's Market, aka Demachi Shotengai in Kyoto.
>you will never be a cute animal girl having cozy daily-life adventures in Kyoto
Koi no Uta from the movie
Koi no Uta by the dad's band
Principle (movie ED)
>April 21, 2013 ·
>Tamako Market is a Japanese anime television series produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Naoko Yamada, which aired in Japan earlier this year. I wrote and sang lyrics under the pseudonym Cage North, in a "crooner" style reminiscent of The Righteous Brothers, for a song which appears to play from an old vinyl record in the first episode the animation. The series was recently issued on DVD and Blu-ray, with a deluxe edition including a CD single of the song, entitled "My Love's Like":