Erik Jacobsen

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b. May 19, 1940, Oak Park, Illinois (USA)

American record producer, song publisher and artist manager. He is best known for his work in the 1960s with Tim Hardin, The Lovin' Spoonful, The Charlatans, Sopwith Camel, and later with Norman Greenbaum and Chris Isaak. Founder of Sweet Reliable Productions and Great Honesty Music in San Francisco.
In high school he played the tuba and sousaphone. Later, at Oberlin College he began playing bluegrass style banjo and by his senior year, took over leadership of the Oberlin bluegrass band, The Plumb Creek Boys. After graduation in 1962, he formed The Knob Lick Upper 10,000, with Dwain Story and Pete Childs.
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IMO115 Erik Jacobsen - The Last Waltz album art Various Ophelia Various - The Last Waltz(2xCD) Gatemagasinet Sorgenfri IMO115 Norway 2015 Sell This Version