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  1. Roadmaster, an Album by Gene Clark. Released in January on A&M (catalog no. IT; Vinyl LP). Genres: Country Rock, Singer/Songwriter. Featured peformers: Gene Clark (vocals, acoustic guitar.
  2. Buy Roadmaster [Digipak] from bomtolaworkcalhaynpowupvetasoundblac.xyzinfo Tracks: She’s the Kind of Girl One in a Hundred Here Tonight Full Circle Song In a Misty Morning Rough and Rocky Roadmaster I Really Don’t Want to Know I Remember the Railroad She Don’t Care About Time Shooting StarPerformer Notes: Recording information: In yet another example of the bad luck that dominated Gene Clark&#;s Price: $
  3. - this is overall one of his very best albums, and the competition’s tough here with great albums like ‘White Light’, ‘No Other’ and ‘Firebyrd’. Gene Clark was more than the “Dylan” or “Neil Young” that never was He was the “Gene Clark “ that never was. And “Roadmaster” might be the Gene Clark album that never was This was originally recorded as a follow.
  4. The album was compiled from various unreleased recordings for A&M Records made in thr Roadmaster is a country rock album by Gene Clark released in
  5. Roadmaster is the third studio album by Gene Clark, released in January The album was compiled from various unreleased recordings for A&M Records made in through Eight tracks are from an April recording session featuring Clarence White, Chris Ethridge, Spooner Oldham, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Byron Berline and Michael Clarke; two tracks derived from an unissued single .
  6. Gene Clark, record business equals bad news. Case in point, this album. Or masterpiece, you could say. After two brilliant Dillard & Clark albums, A&M signed Clark to a solo deal. Okay, fair enough so far. In , he delivered perhaps the finest album of his career, Gene Clark, (also known as White Light).
  7. #SC - Clark, Gene - Roadmaster CD. Legendary Gene Clark album assembles abandoned sessions and more! By , singer/songwriter Gene Clark had settled into a new life in Mendocino far from the intrusive media glare and fan adulation that still surrounded someone of his stature as a former member of the Byrds.

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