Morio Agata

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Agata Morio (あがた森魚) is a Japanese folk rock singer-songwriter and actor. He also directed three films. He was born on 12 September 1948 in Rumoi, Hokkaido.

His 1972 debut single Sekishoku Erejī (literary translated as Red Elegy) sold more than a half million copies and still remains his biggest hit. The title of the song was named after a manga by Seiichi Hayashi.[1]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

(Selected)

  • Sekishoku Erejī (25 April 1972)
  • Jurietta no Natsu (21 June 1987)
  • Sairento Ibu (5 October 1993)
  • Kitto Kitto!! Tōku Tōku!! (15 March 1995)
  • Torikago no Machi (25 February 1996)

Albums[edit]

  • Chikuonban (1970)
  • Otome no Yume (1972)
  • Aa Mujo (1974)
  • Boku wa Tenshi ja Naiyo (1975, a soundtrack album, collaboration with Eiichi Otaki)
  • Nippon Shōnen (Jipangu Boy) (1976)
  • Kimi no koto Sukinanda (1977)
  • Norimono Zukan (1980)
  • Eien no Engoku (1985)
  • Eien no Engoku no Uta (1986)
  • Bando Neon no Jagā (1987)
  • Bando Neon no Jagā to Aoneko (1987)
  • Mikkīo no Densetsu (1988)
  • Puranettsu Ābento (1990, live)
  • Imitation Gold (5 November 1993)
  • Pirosumania Umi e Iku (26 January 1994)
  • Ōtobai Shōjo (1 August 1994, a soundtrack album)
  • 24ji no Wakusei (26 July 1995)
  • Dai-nana Tōei Awa (25 March 1996)
  • Agata Morio no Rajio Shō (1996, live)
  • Minato no Rokisī (22 October 1999, a soundtrack album)
  • Nihon Shōnen 2000kei (12 January 1999)
  • Satou Keiko Sensei wa Zankokuna Hito desukedo (21 November 2001)
  • Gineoberude (Aoi Banana) (2004)

Filmography[edit]

This is the complete list of the films that Agata directed.

  • Boku wa Tenshi ja Naiyo (1975)
  • Ōtobai Shōjo (1994)
  • Minato no Rokisī (1999)

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