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Category: Gene Clark

“Only Colombe”: No Longer Unreleased

I stumbled upon a Gene Clark “never released” 45 that had finally been issued in 2008 — 40 years after its original recording date — by those fine folks at Sundazed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbzVck8psYY Artist:  Gene Clark Producer:  Gary Usher A-Side:  “Only Colombe” B-Side:  “The French Girl” Recorded:  April 24, 1967 Released: 

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“One in a Hundred”: Gene Clark’s Appeal to the 1%

It’s nice to see Gene Clark getting more recognition in recent years for his role, along with Mike Nesmith, Hearts & Flowers, Byrds, Dylan (and others), in helping to forge a “country-rock” (or as Gram Parsons envisioned it, “Cosmic American”) sound.  Last year, in fact, folks on the East Coast

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