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Published: 2011/06/29

Gene Clark: Two Sides of Every Story

Singer/songwriter Gene Clark—best known for his role as the founding member of ‘60s rock band The Byrds—will re-release his long out of print 1977 album Two Sides of Every Story. The re-mastered album will come out on August 30 through High Moon Records and will include bonus material such as liner notes by Gene Clark’s biographer John Einarson as well as photographs taken by rock photographer Ed Careff. _Two Sides of Every Story_features Doug Dillard (The Byrds, Dillard & Clark) on banjo, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter (Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell) on guitar, as well as Emmylou Harris on backing vocals. “Clark was The Byrd’s primary songwriter“http://www.geneclark.com/: in the mid ’60s and was responsible for creating well-known classics “Feel A Whole Lot Better,” “Eight Miles High” and “You Showed Me.”

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mike June 29, 2011, 21:49:44

“Singer/songwriter Gene Clark—best known for his role as the founding member of ‘60s rock band The Byrds—will re-release his long out of print 1977 album Two Sides of Every Story” How is this possible? he died in 1991…fyi — someone else will be rereleasing his album…a good thing, he was a very talented songwriter!

lastwaltzer June 30, 2011, 11:57:41

Mike its possible in the land of “no editor” this site has gone to shit.

Cat July 1, 2011, 15:05:58

The title should read “Two Sides To Every Story”.

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