Eric Miller, American record producer, Died at 75

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Eric Miller was born in 1941, in Cleveland, Ohio and died on February 25, 2017.

He was an American jazz record producer.

He was bought up in Los Angeles.

Miller his career as a tape archivist for MGM’s recording studios in Hollywood.

He was a protégé of Norman Granz, Eric assisted him in launching Pablo Records in 1972.

Miller continued to work with Pablo as a producer and artists-and-repertoire man, after Fantasy acquired the label from Granz in 1987.

Eric died from a suspected heart attack at home in Los Angeles.

Eric Miller passed away at 75 years old.

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