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I Knew Id Want You - Gene Clark - Echoes (CD)

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  1. If you're new to Gene Clark's music, you really can't go wrong -- from this up to 's "So Rebellious A Lover", with Dillard & Clark, "White Light" and "No Other" in between -- it's all great! This particular reissue includes some of Gene's best songs with the Byrds, too, in a sonically better format than I had heard them in before/5(18).
  2. Nov 11,  · I enjoyed listening to this CD. While the songs are by and large interesting, they do not measure up to Clark's work with the Byrds. There is nothing here that rises to the the caliber of I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better, I Knew I'd Want You or The World Turns All Around Her. Gene Clark"s story is one of unfulfilled potential/5(38).
  3. GENE CLARK (of The Byrds) ECHOES CD with I Knew I’d Want You + Keep On Pushin'!. Condition is Like New. Shipped with USPS Media miibartnamursificarfihejetocom.coinfo date: Mar 18,
  4. Echoes is a re-titled re-release of Gene Clark’s first solo effort, Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers, and it features some of the most authentic efforts at fusing country with rock ‘n’ roll ever to grace a vinyl record. Though it was largely overlooked upon its release, fans of Gram Parsons, and mid-period Stones will find themselves.
  5. Echoes is a repackaging of Gene Clark 's debut album, Gene Clark With the Gosdin Brothers. The Byrds comparison is really unavoidable: it's both Clark 's best solo work and, not coincidentally, the one which resembles the Byrds most strongly.
  6. If you're new to Gene Clark's music, you really can't go wrong -- from this up to 's "So Rebellious A Lover", with Dillard & Clark, "White Light" and "No Other" in between -- it's all great! This particular reissue includes some of Gene's best songs with the Byrds, too, in a sonically better format than I had heard them in before/5(31).
  7. "I Knew I'd Want You" is a song by the folk rock band the Byrds, written by band member Gene Clark, and first released as the B-side to their debut single, "Mr. Tambourine Man". It was also later included on their debut album, Mr. Tambourine Man.
  8. Oct 14,  · This compilation contains six cuts by The Byrds, penned by Gene Clark while he was still in the band, all of 's "Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers", two unreleased songs from , "The French Girl" and "Only Colombe," /5(16).

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