28 июля 1948
Ōshū, Iwate, Япония
30 декабря 2013 (возраст 65)
Eiichi Ohtaki (大瀧 詠一 Ōtaki Eiichi, born July 28, 1948 in Esashi District, what is now part of Ōshū, died December 30, 2013) was a Japanese musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He first became known as a member of the influential rock band はっぴいえんど (Happy End) in 1970, but is better known for his solo work.
His 1981 album "A Long Vacation" is particularly well-known and highly acclaimed. It was the first Japanese album to be released on CD, was named "Best Album" of the year at the 23rd Japan Record Awards, certified double platinum by the RIAJ and has been re-released in 20th anniversary and 30th anniversary editions. In 2007, it was named the 7th greatest Japanese rock album of all time by Rolling Stone Japan (the list was topped by Happy End's Kazemachi Roman).
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