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Trade War = トレイド・ウォー Van Dyke Parks: Tokyo Rose ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Car) Warner Bros. Records: WPCR Japan: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to /5(2). The most energetic and fun songs on the album are "Yankee Go Home" and the magnificent "Trade War", both of which can stand up to an infinite number of listens on repeat (believe me; I've tried). "America" is similar to "Van Dyke Parks" from "Song Cycle" and "Stars and Stripes Forever" on "Discover America" in the way that Parks rearranges a /5(4). Trade War Lyrics: Parks / Mister Ford sez to Mister Firestone / When they meet at the old campground / "We will send out the news by wire and / Tell all the people what we have found / We can ask. Given Van Dyke Parks' well-documented fascination with the various and sundry collision points of American musical culture with the rest of the world, he was as good a candidate as any to make a concept album about the often uneasy relationship between the United States and Japan, and he approached the subject on his fifth album, 's Tokyo Rose. Tokyo Rose concerns itself with 6/ Van Dyke Parks Tokyo Rose records, LPs and CDs. Tokyo Rose is a album by American musician Van Dyke Parks. The album concerns the intersection between Japanese and American cultures, particularly as reflected in the competitive "Trade War" of the s. The intersection between the two cultures is nowhere more obvious than in the album's first song, "America", an adaptation of " America the Beautiful " with numerous pentatonic shifts characteristic of Japanese music. Song information for Trade War - Van Dyke Parks on AllMusic. Song information for Trade War - Van Dyke Parks on AllMusic Van Dyke Parks. Tokyo Rose. Warner Bros. Mister Ford sez to Mister Firestone When they meet at the old campground "We will send out the news by wire and Tell all the people what we have found We can ask Thomas Alva Edison Telephone Alexander Graham Bell And if someone comes here with something to sell Just make. Nov 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Van Dyke Parks - Tokyo Rose - 03 Yankee Go Home YouTube Van Dyke Parks - Tokyo Rose - 10 One Home Run - Duration: The CD.


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  1. Faukasa - Reply
    Label: Warner Bros. Records - 22P • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Stage & Screen • Style: Symphonic Rock Van Dyke Parks - Tokyo Rose (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5.
  2. Daikinos - Reply
    Trade War = トレイド・ウォー Van Dyke Parks: Tokyo Rose ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Car) Warner Bros. Records: WPCR Japan: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to /5(2).
  3. Sabei - Reply
    The most energetic and fun songs on the album are "Yankee Go Home" and the magnificent "Trade War", both of which can stand up to an infinite number of listens on repeat (believe me; I've tried). "America" is similar to "Van Dyke Parks" from "Song Cycle" and "Stars and Stripes Forever" on "Discover America" in the way that Parks rearranges a /5(4).
  4. Mikarg - Reply
    Trade War Lyrics: Parks / Mister Ford sez to Mister Firestone / When they meet at the old campground / "We will send out the news by wire and / Tell all the people what we have found / We can ask.
  5. Shaktizilkree - Reply
    Given Van Dyke Parks' well-documented fascination with the various and sundry collision points of American musical culture with the rest of the world, he was as good a candidate as any to make a concept album about the often uneasy relationship between the United States and Japan, and he approached the subject on his fifth album, 's Tokyo Rose. Tokyo Rose concerns itself with 6/
  6. Goltigar - Reply
    Tokyo Rose is a album by American musician Van Dyke Parks. The album concerns the intersection between Japanese and American cultures, particularly as reflected in the competitive "Trade War" of the s. The intersection between the two cultures is nowhere more obvious than in the album's first song, "America", an adaptation of " America the Beautiful " with numerous pentatonic shifts characteristic of Japanese music.
  7. Fehn - Reply
    Song information for Trade War - Van Dyke Parks on AllMusic. Song information for Trade War - Van Dyke Parks on AllMusic Van Dyke Parks. Tokyo Rose. Warner Bros.

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