Chip Douglas

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Chip Douglas
Birth nameDouglas Farthing Hatlelid
Born (1942-08-27) August 27, 1942 (age 77) [1]
Occupationsmusician, songwriter, record producer
Years active1966–present
Associated actsModern Folk Quartet, The Turtles, The Monkees, Linda Ronstadt

Douglas Farthing Hatlelid, better known as Chip Douglas (b. 27 August 1942), is an American musician and songwriter. He became a producer when he worked with The Monkees on their music. He also worked with The Turtles, first as bass guitarist and arranger, then later as producer.

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