15 January 1952
24 April 2018 (aged 66)
Douji Morita (森田童子, Morita Dōji, born January 15th, 1952 in Tokyo) is a Japanese singer-songwriter.
After a troubled time at school and inspired by the death of a friend, in 1975 she recorded her first LP, "Good Bye グットバイ". On December 25th 1983, she played her last live at Shinjuku Loft and the left music altogether in favour of being a homemaker.
Later her songs were used for Koukou Kyoushi, a popular TV drama in 1993, and also in the continuation of the series, Koukou Kyoushi 2003.
1975 - Good Bye グットバイ
1976 - マザースカイ=きみは悲しみの青い空をひとりで飛べるか= Mother Sky
1977 - A Boy ア・ボーイ
1978 - 東京カテドラル聖マリア大聖堂録音盤 (Live in St. Mary's Cathedral, Tokyo)
1980 - ラスト・ワルツ Un deux trois
1982 - 夜想曲 Nocturne
1983 - 狼少年 Wolf Boy
1975 - さよならぼくのともだち / まぶしい夏
1976 - ぼくたちの失敗 / ぼくと観光バスに乗ってみませんか
1978 - セルロイドの少女 / 蒼き夜は
1980 - ラストワルツ・菜の花あかり
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