Eiichi Ohtaki — 大瀧詠一 (July 28, 1948 — Dec. 30, 2013) — was a Japanese singer, songwriter, and arranger from Esashi, Iwate, who cut four albums with folk-rockers Happy End during the early 1970s. As a solo artist, he released two albums on Bellwood Records between 1972 and 1975. During the ensuing 11-year period, he issued 10 titles on his Columbia/CBS-subsidiary Niagara Records. Amid these activities, he recorded two albums in the pop trio Niagara Triangle.
- 大瀧詠一 (1972)
- Niagara Moon (1975)
- 僕は天使ぢゃないよ (Boku wa Tenshi ja Nai yo) (OST, 1975 • あがた森魚・大瀧詠一)
- Niagara CM Special Vol. 1 (1977)
- Niagara Calendar ’78 (1977)
- A Long Vacation (1981)
- Each Time (1984)
- Go! Go! Niagara (1996)
- Debut Again (archival, 2016)
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