b. Isamu Kajiyama, 17 January 1929, Ochi, Saga, Japan. Creating a general public appearance at age five because the child of performers of rôkyoku (a favorite artwork of narrative chant), Kajiyama was hailed a ‘rôkyoku genius’. Performing in this design, he received an honor in 1954 and consequently required the stage name, Hideo Murata. After having loved a reputation with the tests with sound files and orchestral accompaniment in his rôkyoku shows, he transformed, in 1958, to kayôkyoku (previously the most frequent and typically Japanese type of well-known song) in the assured suggestion of Masao Koga, a renowned kayôkyoku composer. Murata’s 1st solitary, ‘Muhômatsu No Isshô’ (‘The Existence Of Outrageous Matsu’) was a nationwide hit, that was accompanied by ‘Jinsei Gekijô’ (‘Existence’s Theater) in 1959 and by the million-selling ‘Oshô’ (‘The Chess Ruler’) in 1961. Common to all or any these songs may be the picture of a manly, industrious protagonist who’s going right through hardships, which suitably matched up Murata’s deep vocals been trained in his rôkyoku times. Other notable strikes in the next years included ‘Jûdô Ichidai’ (‘A Existence Of Jûperform’), ‘Hana To Ryû (‘A Blossom ALONG WITH A Dragon’) and ‘Jinsei Tôge’ (‘A Existence’s Ridge’), which also famous a guy who bears the sorrows of existence.