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|1. Out On The Side|
|2. She Darkened The Sun|
|3. Don't Come Rollin|
|4. Train Leaves Here This Mornin|
|5. Why Not Your Baby|
|6. Lyin' Down The Middle|
|7. With Care From Someone|
|8. The Radio Song|
|9. Git It On Brother|
|10. In The Plan|
|11. Something's Wrong|
|12. Don't Be Cruel|
|13. No Longer A Sweetheart Of Mine|
|14. Through The Morning, Through The Night|
|15. Rocky Top|
|16. So Sad|
|17. Corner Street Bar|
|18. I Bowed My Head And Cried Holy|
|19. Kansas City Southern|
|20. Four Walls|
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This is definitely the only Dillard and Clark CD to buy because it contains it all.
The title track and "Polly" are both great Clark compositions, as is "Kansas City Southern"... The covers are mostly good, too.
Truly, this was a trailblazing album, fusing country, folk, and bluegrass, and making it palatable for rock audiences.
But be aware if you're longing for complete liner notes. The booklet in my copy has a wrapper with D&C pictures. The rest of the booklet was inexplicably devoted to Natalie Cole.Published 8 months ago by Jonathan K. Probber
After a year or so of struggling to find the right musical direction, following his abrupt departure from The Byrds, Gene Clark hooked up with Doug Dillard and proceeded to invent... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Never heard Dillard & Clark before. Bought it because I love Clark's White Light album and because 2 songs are on the Krauss/Plant album Raising Sand.
Enjoyed both albums. Read more
I'm astonished at two things: One, that it's taken me so long to discover this amazing album, and two, that the music on here is so incredibly good. Read morePublished on May 27, 2012 by Donald E. Gilliland
The world has rolled on since this music had a chance to catch any new ears. I personally still love this stuff and as much as the core fans go on about it, planet-wide it's a... Read morePublished on August 13, 2011 by OLD GUY.
A fantastic expedition into one of Clark`s most essential works after "The Byrds era" and before his spectacular solo albums. Read morePublished on June 7, 2010 by Knut Einar Sundlisaeter
talented guy that never quite put it all together. Songs like Through the Morning, Through the Night are just first rate.Published on February 22, 2010 by Brian G. Dixon
These recordings are some of the greatest AND earliest hybrids of rock and country. Almost like a Rosetta Stone for much of what followed -- and not nearly as well known or... Read morePublished on December 12, 2009 by Brett Davis
Ironically enough, former Byrd Gene Clark was working on the first album of this two-fer at about the same time as his former bandmates were recoding their better-known... Read morePublished on March 19, 2009 by Jay R. Haesly