“I guess you guys aren’t ready for that, yet. But your kids are gonna love it.”
– M. Mcfly
Gene Clark went into the studio with some big ideas and a brand new cocaine habit.
8 songs and one hundred thousand dollars later, he left;
scorned by his label, estranged from his family, lambasted by critics, and dejected.
It wouldn’t be until well after his death in 1991 that No Other would receive the posthumous praise is justly deserves.
And on that somber note, let’s talk Gene Clark, No Other!