“No Other” by Gene Clark - album review

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TJR says

The former Byrd, now 29, delivered his ambitious sixth album in September, 1974. Over $100,000 in the making, the west coast rocker melds country, rock, jazz, blues and psychedelia motifs via a sprawling group of top-notch session musicians and guess what? It's as boring as hell. It was a commercial disaster, although he deems it his masterpiece, as do a number of critics. These views are alien to me; I much preferred 71's “White Light”.

The Jukebox Rebel
13-Feb-2016

A1 [04:44] 4.1.png Gene Clark - Life’s Greatest Fool (Gene Clark) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [04:53] 4.6.png Gene Clark - Silver Raven (Gene Clark) Country
A3 [05:08] 3.8.png Gene Clark - No Other (Gene Clark) Rock
A4 [06:31] 5.1.png Gene Clark - Strength Of Strings (Gene Clark) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B1 [03:40] 3.4.png Gene Clark - From A Silver Phial (Gene Clark) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B2 [08:09] 4.5.png Gene Clark - Some Misunderstanding (Gene Clark) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B3 [03:58] 3.0.png Gene Clark - The True One (Gene Clark) Country
B4 [06:04] 3.4.png Gene Clark - Lady Of The North (Gene Clark, Doug Dillard) Soft Rock / A.O.R.




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