Gene Clark - Collector's Series: Early L.A. Sessions FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Collector's Series: Early L.A. Sessions
Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock
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BPM Profile Collector's Series: Early . Album starts at 89BPM, ends at 106BPM (+17), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Gene Clark. Here Tonight: The White Light Demos.
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Harold Eugene "Gene" Clark (Tipton, Missouri, 17 de noviembre de 1944 – 24 de mayo de 1991), fue un cantautor estadounidense, especialmente conocido por ser uno de los fundadores del grupo de folk-rock The Byrds. 1972: ''Collector's Series: Early . 1967: ''Gene Clark With the Gosdin Brothers''. 1900: ''White Light'' listen full album.
1967 studio album by Gene Clark. Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers. Studio album by. Gene Clark. The album was first reissued in the US in 1972, omitting "Elevator Operator" and with re-recorded vocals and remixed backing tracks designed to "soften" the sound, under the title Collector's Series: Early LA Sessions
After leaving the Byrds at the height of their fame in early 1966, Clark embarked upon a fearless solo career that embraced everything from chamber pop and progressive bluegrass to acoustic ballads and sweeping cosmic prog. His rich body of work has spawned cover versions by a wide range of artists, including Robert Plant/Alison Krauss, The Eagles, Tom Petty, Linda Ronstadt and others. This album introduces previously unreleased studio sessions from Clark's pre-Byrds days in 1964, to his 1982 reunion with former bandmates, Chris Hillman and Michael Clarke, as Nyteflyte.
|A1||Tried So Hard||2:20|
|A2||Keep On Pushin'||1:44|
|A3||Think I'm Gonna Feel Better||1:32|
|A4||Is Yours Is Mine||2:26|
|B1||The Same One||3:27|
|B3||So You Say You Lost Your Baby||2:06|
|B4||Couldn't Believe Her||1:52|
|B5||I Found You||2:58|
- Published By – Tickson Music
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Arranged By, Conductor – Leon Russell
- Artwork [Lettering] – Morris Greenberg
- Banjo [Electric] – Doug Dillard
- Bass – Chris Hillman
- Design – Ron Coro
- Drums – Earl Palmer, Mike Clarke*
- Guitar – Bill Rhinehart*, Clarence White , Glen Campbell, Jerry Kole*
- Keyboards – Van Dyke Parks
- Liner Notes – David Swaney, Jim Bickhart
- Other [Archivist] – David Swaney
- Piano, Harpsichord – Leon Russell
- Producer – Gary Usher, Jim Dickson, Larry Marks
- Reissue Producer – Gene Clark, Jim Dickson
- Vocals – Rex Gosdin, Vernon Gosdin*
- Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – Gene Clark
From the liner notes:
Early in 1967, CBS released the original version of this album under the title "Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers." Perhaps it was ahead of its time. Gene Clark and his producer and friend Jim Dickson weren't happy with it either. When they learned that CBS planned to re-release the album (feeling that perhaps now its time had come), they decided that all of the original eight-track recordings should be re-mixed and at least some vocals re-recorded.
After a week in CBS L.A. studios, where it all began almost six years before, they emerged with an enormously improved, almost totally different album. Nearly all of the vocals were re-recorded, tracks were brightened, parts buried in the original mix were brought up (in some cases completely changing the sound of the cuts), and in re-sequencing the order of the sides they even removed one song, Elevator Operator, because with five years' perspective they felt strongly that the song did not measure up the others.'
- David Swaney
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Label): Made In Holland
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Other (Label Both Sides): KC 31123
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): S52.998-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): S52.998-2
|KC 31123||Gene Clark||Collector's Series: Early L.A. Sessions (LP, Album)||Columbia||KC 31123||US||1972|
|KC 31123||Gene Clark||Collector's Series: Early L.A. Sessions (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Columbia||KC 31123||US||Unknown|
|CA 31123||Gene Clark||Collector's Series: Early L.A. Sessions (8-Trk, Album)||Columbia||CA 31123||US||1972|