According to a reliable source, the following albums by Gene Clark are planned to be re-released on heavy vinyl by Sundazed Records this fall: White Light Roadmaster The Fantastic Expedition Of Dillard And Clark Through The Morning, Through The Night
Country Funk's second
album was recorded in 1971 but has just been released in June 2011. It
features guests Michael Clarke, Jock Bartley, Mark Andes from Firefall
(next to a few others) on tracks marked *
A Place To Call Home
Got To Be Gone
Why Won't We Listen To Our Heart *
Music, Friends And Love
Cool Country Breeze *
People At The Top
Goodbye, I'm Letting Go
Acetate single - outtake from the "American Dreamer"
Whin Oppice has
acquired the original acetate of this unreleased Gene Clark
Hereunder is a picture this rarity:
are the lyrics:
Jimmy Christ Nobody knows
the pain I feel From an old rugged cross Or on a movie reel When I sit
there all alone And my thoughts I can't conceal Rhyming every word as if
it Wasn't really real Jimmy Christ He's been produced And he's been
spliced He's been crucified Do you think He should be denied?
And finally, Whin's
Johnny Rogan, Gene did three songs for the movie American Dreamer.
Jimmy Christ is an
outtake. It clocks in at a brief 1:33, opens and closes with harmonica - typical
I've not seen the
movie so I don't know how the lyrics might fit.
Either way, the song could easily be Gene describing