Knowledge Identifier: +Terry_Melcher
Born in 1942.
Countries: United States (95%), Poland (5%)
Linked to: The Beach Boys, The Byrds, Columbia Records
In the early 1960s, Terry Melcher and Bruce Johnston formed the vocal duet Bruce & Terry
Bruce Johnston - " In 1963 came the first collaboration with his friend Terry Melcher , a mostly instrumental covers album credited to The Hot Doggers
Brian Wilson - Having been introduced to Parks at a garden party at Terry Melcher's home, Wilson liked Parks' "visionary eloquence" and began work with him in the fall of 1966
Van Dyke Parks - In February 1966, both Parks and Wilson reconnected at a lawn party thrown by Terry Melcher
Monterey Pop Festival - Melcher was a board member of the Monterey Pop Foundation and a producer of the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967
Charles Manson - On May 18, 1969, Terry Melcher visited Spahn Ranch to hear Manson and the women sing
In the early 1970s, Melcher was the producer of The Byrds' 10th album "Byrdmaniax", but the results were not well received; one critic referred to the album as "Melcher's Folly"
Gram Parsons - Parsons signed a solo deal with A&M Records and moved in with producer Terry Melcher in early 1970
Doris Day - The album is a compilation of previously unreleased recordings produced by Day's son, Terry Melcher, prior to his death in 2004.