“White Light” by Gene Clark - album review

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TJR says

Fourth album from the 26-year-old former Byrd, critically acclaimed in the country rock / folk rock realms, although it failed to chart in the U.S. His band include producer and guitarist Jesse Ed Davis, bassist Chris Ethridge of the Flying Burrito Brothers, organist Mike Utley, along with pianist Ben Sidran and drummer Gary Mallaber, both of the Steve Miller Band. It has some really strong numbers to commend it and is self-penned bar “Tears Of Rage” (The Band, 1968) which was co-written by Bob Dylan. He just couldn't help himself could he?

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A1 [03:35] 6.2.png Gene Clark - The Virgin (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [02:25] 5.2.png Gene Clark - With Tomorrow (Gene Clark, Jesse Ed Davis) Songwriter
A3 [03:38] 5.6.png Gene Clark - White Light (Gene Clark) Country
A4 [04:03] 4.4.png Gene Clark - Because Of You (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana
A5 [03:30] 4.2.png Gene Clark - One In A Hundred (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana
B1 [04:57] 7.3.png Gene Clark - For A Spanish Guitar (Gene Clark) Folk
B2 [04:20] 6.7.png Gene Clark - Where My Love Lies Asleep (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [04:11] 5.0.png Gene Clark - Tears Of Rage (Bob Dylan, Richard Manuel) Folk Rock / Americana
B4 [04:28] 5.2.png Gene Clark - 1975 (Gene Clark) Folk Rock / Americana

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