Morio Agata

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Morio Agata
Born (1948-09-12) September 12, 1948 (age 67)
Rumoi, Hokkaido
Nationality Japanese
Occupation singer-songwriter, actor, film director

Agata Morio (あがた森魚) is a Japanese folk rock singer-songwriter and actor. He also directed three films.

Biography[edit]

Agata 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)

He was part of the cast of Biri Gal (2015).[2]

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