Yuko Hara Biography

This article is about the musician. For the voice actress, see Yuko Hara (voice actress).

Japanese musician, member of Southern all stars (1956-)Musical artist

Yuko Hara (原 由子 Hara Yūko, born December 11, 1956 in Yokohama, Japan, nicknamed "Harabo") is the keyboardist for Southern All Stars. She is also a vocalist and writes many of her own songs.

She is married to Keisuke Kuwata, the multi-instrumentalist frontman for the Southern All-Stars, and bandleader of the Kuwata band. Together, they have two sons. Her parents' home is a tempura restaurant in Yokohama.

Contents

  • 1 Discography
    • 1.1 Original albums
    • 1.2 Compilation albums
    • 1.3 Cover albums
    • 1.4 Singles
  • 2 Radio Drama
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Discography

Original albums

  • Yuko Hara ga Kataru Hitotoki (はらゆうこが語るひととき, When Yuko Hara Talks to You) (1981)
  • Miss Yokohamadult Yuko Hara 2nd (1983)
  • Mother (1991)

Compilation albums

  • Loving You (1998)
  • Hallad (ハラッド, Haraddo) (2010)

Cover albums

  • Tokyo Tamoure (東京タムレ) (2002)

Singles

  • "I Love You wa Hitorigoto" (I Love Youはひとりごと, I Love You Is a Soliloquy) (1981)
  • "Usagi no Uta" (うさぎの唄, Rabbit Song) (1981)
  • "Tanjōbi no Yoru" (誕生日の夜, Birthday Night) (1982)
  • "Koi wa, Gotabō Mōshiagemasu" (恋は、ご多忙申し上げます, Love Means Busyness) (1983)
  • "Yokohama Lady Blues" (横浜 Lady Blues) (1983)
  • "Ajisai no Uta" (あじさいのうた, Hydrangea Song) (1987)
  • "Girl" (ガール, Gāru) (1988)
  • "Kaiju no Uta" (かいじゅうのうた, Monster Song) (1988)
  • "Tameiki no Bell ga Naru Toki" (ためいきのベルが鳴るとき, When the Sighing Bell Rings) (1988)
  • "Aishite Aishite Aishichatta no yo" (愛して愛して愛しちゃったのよ, I've Loved You Loved You Loved You So Much) (1990) (with Inamura Orchestra)
  • "Heart Setsunaku" (ハートせつなく, The Heart Is Painful) (1991)
  • "Jin Jin" (じんじん) (1991)
  • "Makeru na Onna no Ko!" (負けるな女の子!, Girls, Don't Give Up!) (1991)
  • "Minna Ii Ko" (みんないい子, Everyone's a Good Kid) (1997) (with Shingo Katori)
  • "Namida no Tenshi ni Hohoemi o" (涙の天使に微笑みを, Smiling at the Angel of Tears) (1997)
  • "Yume o Chikatta Ki no Shita de" (夢を誓った木の下で, Under the Tree Where We Swore to Our Dreams) (2007) (as Harafūmi, with Fūmidō)
  • "Yume o Arigatō" (夢をアリガトウ, Thank You for the Dreams) (2009)

Radio Drama

  • Dr.Slump(1981)-She voiced Arale.

References

    External links

    Yuko Hara