Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the February 2002 Issue of Stereophile!
On this, the first solo album by an ex-Byrd, Gene Clark doesn't fly too far from the nest -- Byrds' Chris Hillman and Michael Clarke make up the rhythm section, while the Gosdin Brothers chime in with sweet harmony vocals. Add guitarists Glen Campbell, Jerry Cole and future Byrd Clarence White, and some beautiful orchestration by Leon Russell to Clark's melancholy melodies and the result is a forward-looking country-rock primer that sounded like nothing else in '67 and continues to astound and inspire today. With 3 bonus tracks and liner notes courtesy Sid Griffin.
• 150g Vinyl
Echoes, Think I'm Gonna Feel Better, Tried So Hard, Is Yours Is Mine, Keep On Pushin', I Found You, So You Say You Lost Your Baby, Elevator Operator, The Same One, Couldn't Believe Her, Needing Someone. Bonus Tracks: The French Girl, Only Colombe, So You Say You Lost Your Baby (acoustic demo).