Gene Clark Byrds Tribute 3T's Evansville, Ind. (5-16-85) 1-It's All Over Now Baby Blue 2-Old Paint 3-Honest I Do 4-The Rumour 5-The Shape I'm In 6-Shak. I still have not found an address for 3 T's, or a venue photo. The title of this was "A Star For Every Stage" but I don't remember the source. Sounds like these guys are having fun here.
2394 176. Gene Clark. Two Sides To Every Story (LP, Album).
White Light, aka Gene Clark, is the second solo album by Gene Clark, former member of The Byrds. It received critical acclaim upon its release, but only achieved commercial success in the Netherlands, where rock critics also voted it album of the year. Like all of his post-Byrds records, it did very poorly on the US charts. In 2018 independent reissue label Intervention Records announced that it would be reissuing White Light on CD/SACD with expected release of the album in the early summer of 2018.
For longtime Gene Clark fans and aficionados, the tracks on this remarkable archival release are the stuff of legend. Since word first spread in the 1980s about the discovery of these 1967 recordings on a rare acetate in Liberty Records’ vaults, fans have come to regard Gene Clark Sings For You as nothing less than the Holy Grail of the singer-songwriter’s extraordinary body of work. Shrouded in mystery and the subject of much speculation and conjecture, few have ever had the opportunity to hear these forgotten gems from one of Gene Clark’s most prolifically creative periods. After his stage with the Byrds his light went out and he almost became a cursed author. Here he recovers his 1967 acetate album and some later models that reconcile us with his beauty and his honesty as an artist. Start with Gene Clark and the Gosdin Brothers. If you do you will eventually get to Sings for You.
A Star For Every Stage. Gene Clark With The Gosdin Brothers (Remastered 1990). Gene Clark With The Gosdin Brothers (Remastered 1997).
Exclusive Listen: Lost Gene Clark Album Classic "Kansas City Southern". For all Clark's songwriting gifts – his music managed the feat of feeling both metaphysical and homespun – the singer-guitarist never found much in the way of solo success, and he struggled with drug and alcohol abuse, dying in 1991 at 46 years old. But his body of work has long found favor among those music fans and musicians who count themselves as seekers. Years before the No Other tour, Clark's songs were covered by Tom Petty, the Eagles, Yo La Tengo and Robert Plant, to name a few. So to celebrate.
Gene Clark's career spanned nearly three decades, beginning in 1964 as a founding member of The Byrd. Clark abruptly quit The Byrds in early 1966, the result of internal conflicts and jealousies within the band, a growing discomfort with flying, and a discomfort with the adulation heaped on him and the group members. His debut solo album, released in early 1967 offered a glimpse into where Clark's music had been (pop/folk rock) and where it would soon go (country rock). The band came together on stage to perform the songs "Turn! Turn! Turn! (to Everything There Is a Season)", "Mr. Tambourine Man", and "I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better".
Our list of the Top 10 Gene Clark Songs is topped by probably his best-known track, probably because of Tom Petty’s cover version on smash-hit 1989 album ‘Full Moon Fever. We find Clark at his lovelorn and playful best. The narrator of the song is scorning an ex-lover, saying he’s over her - while at the same time, wondering if it was the right decision cutting her loose. It’s worth noting that two versions of the song appear on the ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’ reissue, the ‘classic’ featuring the first line: ‘The reason why, Oh, I can say, I have to let you go, babe, And right away.
Адрес: Россия, Москва, Фридриха Энгельса, 75, 11. ОГРН: 1117746459016
|1||It's All Over Now Baby Blue|
|3||Stop Driving Me Crazy|
|5||The Shape I'm In|
|6||Shake Your Ass|
|7||Why Did You Leave Me?|
|9||Feel A Whole Lot Better|
|10||Chimes Of Freedom|
|11||Sail On Sailor|
|12||Rock And Roll Star|
|13||8 Miles High|
|14||Turn, Turn, Turn|
- Bass, Guitar, Vocals – John York , Rick Danko
- Drums – Michael Clarke
- Guitar, Vocals – Blondie Chaplin, Gene Clark
- Keyboards, Vocals – Richard Manuel
- Vocals – Rick Roberts