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Gene Clark With the Gosdin Brothers


Download links and information about Gene Clark With the Gosdin Brothers by Gene Clark & The Gosdin Brothers. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 41:29 minutes.

Artist: Gene Clark & The Gosdin Brothers
Release date: 1967
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 17
Duration: 41:29
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No. Title Length
1. Echoes 3:15
2. Think I'm Gonna Feel Better 1:32
3. Tried So Hard 2:18
4. Is Yours Is Mine 2:25
5. Keep On Pushin' 1:44
6. I Found You 3:00
7. So You Say You Lost Your Baby 2:07
8. Elevator Operator 2:28
9. The Same One 3:27
10. Couldn't Believe Her 1:52
11. Needing Someone 2:03
12. Tried So Hard (Alternate Version) 2:18
13. Elevator Operator (Alternate Version) 2:53
14. Only Colombe (Mono Version) 3:01
15. The French Girl (Mono Version) 2:31
16. So You Say You Lost Your Baby (Acoustic Demo) 2:27
17. Is Yours Is Mine (Acoustic Demo) 2:08



Though he is far from the most famous member of the Byrds — Roger Mcguinn, David Crosby, and of course Gram Parsons all cut more distinctive public profiles — Gene Clark’s startlingly beautiful melodic instincts and unerring songwriting skills provided the backbone to many of the Byrds’ most memorable songs. Gene Clark’s first solo effort, Gene Clark With the Gosdin Brothers, 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 instinctively drawn to Clark’s elegant, country-tinged compositions. The fantastic “Tried So Hard”, with its cascading guitars and multi-layered country harmonies is the set’s centerpiece, but nearly every song here is a gem worthy of admiration. Country rock fanatics would do well to familiarize themselves with Clark’s work, as his groundbreaking albums would have a significant influence on the development of the genre.