|Full name||Dennis Carl Wilson|
|Know as||Dennis Wilson, Wilson, Dennis|
|Birth place||Inglewood, California, United States|
|Lived||39 years, 0 month, 24 days|
|Work||"River Song" from Pacific Ocean Blue|
|Occupation||Musician, songwriter, producer|
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Dennis Carl Wilson Biography:
In addition to his two brothers, a cousin as well as a neighbor, he was a founding member of the Beach Boys. In the group, he played drums, sang and composed tunes. Nevertheless, his musical ability was frequently overshadowed by his excessive drinking. He was the center of three brothers. Like his brothers, Brian and Carl, he endured mistreatment in the hands of the father, Murry, while growing up.
A more favorable part of Wilson family life was music, which Murry supported his sons to pursue. Dennis, his brothers, a cousin, Mike Love, as well as a neighbor, Alan Jardine, formed a group together, that was initially called the Pendletones. A surfer himself, Dennis motivated Brian to compose a tune concerning the sport. The tune’s popularity led to some deal with Capitol Records.
Dennis, the group’s drummer, didn’t possess the exact same musical gifts that Brian—who composed many early Beach Boys tunes owned. Yet, Dennis was an essential element of the group. Regardless of drumming, he sometimes sang lead vocals, including for the 1965 hit “Do You Wanna Dance.”
In the late 1960s, as drug abuse and psychological issues led to Brian removing in the group, Dennis started to compose tunes himself. At one point, he collaborated with Charles Manson, who, as well as a few of his female followers, stayed in Dennis’s house in the spring as well as summer of 1968.
Dennis also worked on non-Beach Boys jobs. With Billy Preston, he co-wrote the popular tune “You Are So Beautiful.” Branching out into movie, Dennis appeared alongside James Taylor in Two-Lane Blacktop (1971). And he was the very first Beach Boy to put out a solo album: Pacific Ocean Blue (1977). Despite favorable reviews, it failed to sell well in the time.
Along with his alcoholism prompting out of control behaviour, the group occasionally prohibited Dennis from their concerts. In 1983, he was told that he needed to sober up so that you can participate in an upcoming tour. He ended up in California’s Marina del Rey, where he crashed on a friend’s yacht (his own boat was sold to satisfy financial obligations).
On December 28, Dennis chose to go diving in the marina so that you can regain things he’d previously tossed from his old yacht. When he could not be found after a dive, his buddies raised the alarm. Rescuers regained his body at about 5:45 p.m. An autopsy revealed signs of cocaine in his system, along with an elevated blood alcohol level. Dennis was 39 when he died.
Shawn insisted that her husband be buried at sea; it was just together with the intervention of then-President Ronald Reagan that the at sea interment was enabled. Five years after Dennis expired, the Beach Boys were inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.