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Sugatami Hitotonari

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DVD / VHS Cover
Artist
Hitoto Yo
DVD / VHS
Sugatami Hitotonari (姿見一青也)
Released
2003.10.01
Catalog Number
COBA-4261 (DVD)
COVA-6760 (VHS)
Price
¥4,800
Tracklist
  1. "Eeiiaa Hitoto Yo LIVE TOUR" 2003.02.26 Shibuya AX
    1. Accordion (あこるでぃおん; ')
    2. sunny side up
    3. Kokorogawari (心変わり; Faithlessness)
    4. Tsukitenshin (song) (月天心; When the Moon is Directly Above the Earth)
    5. Jungle Gym (ジャングルジム)
    6. Morai Naki (もらい泣き; Infectious Tears)
    7. Arigatoutou (アリガ十々; Thankyou2)
    8. Da Jia (大家(ダージャー); [Zh]: Everyone)
    9. Bang Chhun-hong (望春風; Hope, Spring, Breeze)
  2. "Hitoto Yo in Honmonji "Tsukitenshin ~Shururi~"" 2003.04.20 Tokyo Ikegami Honmonji Stage
    1. Opening
    2. Tsukitenshin (song) (月天心; When the Moon is Directly Above the Earth)
    3. Hisui (翡翠; Kingfisher)
    4. Seiro ~CIRCUIT~ (生路 ~CIRCUIT~; ')
    5. Otokibako (音木箱; Wooden Music Box)
    6. Ima Doko (イマドコ; Now, Where?)
    7. Inu (犬; Dog)
    8. Hanamizuki (ハナミズキ; Flowering Dogwood)
    9. Morai Naki (もらい泣き; Infectious Tears)
  3. "Kingyo Sukui" Hatsubai Kinen Gentei Live "Sarasaraiya" 2003.07.23 Tokyo Kinema Club
    1. Kingyo Sukui (金魚すくい; Goldfish-Scooping Game)
    2. Kyou Wazurai (今日わずらい; Today's Worry)
  4. Bonus Track
    1. Kingyo Sukui (金魚すくい) (PV)


Information

Sugatami Hitotonari is the first DVD and VHS released by Hitoto Yo. It features live footage filmed at Shibuya AX on February 26th, 2003 during her first live tour Eeiiaa Hitoto Yo LIVE TOUR, live footage from Hitoto Yo in Honmonji "Tsukitenshin ~Shururi~" filmed at the Tokyo Ikegami Honmonji special stage on April 20th, 2003, and some exclusive live footage from her show Sarasaraiya. It also includes a promo clip to "Kingyo Sukui" and an unpublished song "Hanamizuki". This release is also available on VHS. The DVD reached #24 on the Oricon weekly charts and charted for 5 weeks.

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