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Eiichi Ohtaki

Eiichi Ohtaki (July 28, 1948 Esashi District, Iwate-December 30, 2013 Tokyo) also known as Ohtaki, Eiichi, CHELSEA, Eiichi Ōtaki, 大瀧詠一, Eiichi Otaki, Otaki, Eiichi or 大瀧榮一 was a Japanese record producer.

His discography includes: A LONG VACATION, Niagara TRIANGLE VOL.1, NIAGARA TRIANGLE, Vol. 2, Niagara Moon and . Genres: Folk rock and Rock music.

Eiichi Ohtaki was not only a record producer, but also a highly successful singer-songwriter, guitarist, and sound engineer. He began his career as a member of the influential Japanese rock band Happy End in the early 1970s. It was during this time that Ohtaki became known for his unique blend of Japanese folk music and Western rock, which would later be dubbed "New Music" in Japan.

After leaving Happy End in 1973, Ohtaki embarked on a solo career and released a number of critically acclaimed albums, including A LONG VACATION, which is considered to be one of the greatest Japanese albums of all time. In addition to his music career, Ohtaki was also a highly respected sound engineer and was responsible for the mixing and mastering of many classic Japanese albums.

Ohtaki's influence on Japanese music is immeasurable, and his legacy continues to inspire generations of Japanese musicians. His contributions to the development of Japanese rock and pop music have earned him a place as one of the most important figures in the country's music history.

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