Over the course of nearly five decades, Van Dyke Parks has released an album under his own name roughly every five years. His latest, Songs Cycled, is a nod to his similarly titled solo debut. Henry Diltz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Van Dyke Parks Lights Up Songs From Inside

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T-Bone Burnett On 10 Years Of 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?'

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Clare And The Reasons And Van Dyke Parks On World Cafe

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Inara George Extends 'An Invitation'

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Eno And Byrne: Together Again After 27 Years

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Guest DJ Joanna Newsom

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