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  1. Van Dyke Parks (born January 3, 1943) is an American musician, songwriter, arranger, and record producer who has composed various film and television soundtracks. He is best known for his 1967 album Song Cycle and for his collaborations with Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys (particularly the album Smile ).

  2. Van Dyke Parks ( Hattiesburg, Misisippi; 3 de enero de 1941) es un músico prodigio, compositor, arreglista y letrista estadounidense. 1 Índice 1 Biografía 1.1 SMiLE 1.2 Proyectos posteriores 2 Referencia 3 Enlaces externos Biografía Van Dyke Parks nació el 3 de enero de 1941 en Hattiesburg, Misisipi.

  3. Van Dyke Parks Profile: US-American composer, arranger, producer, musician, singer, and actor. Brother of Carson Parks Born 3 January 1943 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA, Parks has spent over 40 years in music. He attended the American Boychoir School in Princeton, N.J. He first studied clarinet.

  4. Be careful. Bing Crosby. Black gold. By the people. Calypso. City On The Hill. Clang Of The Yankee Reaper. Come along. Come to sunshine.

  5. Van Dyke Parks on Van Dyke Parks Established on January 3, 1943, in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. I'm the fourth son of a neurologist/psychiatrist, nurtured musically from the get-go. My first instrument, the clarinet (using the Albert system). With that, I always sat first chair. My brothers played trumpet, French horn, and doublebarrel euphonium.

  6. January 3, 1943 Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States Van Dyke Parks is an American musician and actor who appeared as Jack Racine in Twin Peaks . Parks is best known for his work in music, particularly for his collaborations with Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys and his contributions to Silverchair's 2002 album Diorama. External links

  7. This article contains information related to recordings by American composer, arranger, producer, instrumentalist, and singer-songwriter Van Dyke Parks . Contents 1 Studio albums 2 Live album 3 Singles 4 Compilation albums 5 Appearances 6 Production 7 External links 8 References Studio albums Live album Singles Compilation albums Appearances