Anli (or Anri) was a Japanese pop-vocal jazz singer active in the late seventies through the eighties.
In that period she put out quite a few albums, and this her second is particularly interesting, well-crafted and enjoyable in the standard pop tradition of that era-- think Stephen Bishop, Roberta Flack, Phoebe Snow, etc., with perhaps a couple of trivial nudges towards progressive composition, such as was common for pop artists of the time (e.g. Joni Mitchell's 1977 Paprika Plains opus).
For those like me who detest cover songs, it's a bit of a slog at times, but I thought some tracks were very artistically done with some of the sensitivity of my old favourite Radka Toneff (though obviously not as suicidally depressing).
Eric Carmen's old pop song Change of Heart, magnificently done here:
Enjoy a little change of pace...