Dillard & Clark

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Dillard & Clark - Through The Morning, Through The Night Through The Morning, Through The Night
Pop Used - LP SP 4203 A&M
Hard To Find 1969 Original Featuring Gene Clark And Chris Hillman. First Copy We Have Seen In Four Years. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Dillard & Clark - The Fantastic Expedition The Fantastic Expedition
Pop New - LP SP 4158 A&M
Factory Sealed, Label Variation Unknown, Old "Peaches" $5.96 Price Tag Over Shrink Wrap, Which Probably Indicates A 2nd Label, Small Saw Cut. "Gene Clark Was Probably The Most Underrated Singer/Songwriter To Emerge From The '60s Rock Explosion, And Deserves To Be Mentioned In The Same Breath As Neil Young. This Album, His Debut As A Duo With Virtuoso Banjoist/Guitarist Doug Dillard, Is Perhaps His Most Brilliant Recording. Out Of The Ashes Of The Byrds And A Brilliant False Start Of A Solo Career (The Excellent Echoes Album), The 1968 Dillard & Clark Project Found Clark Collecting Some Of His Finest Material (Basically The Entire Album) And Putting It In The Familiar Context Of Bluegrass And Country, A Good Year Before These Elements Became Vogue In The Pop World. But Gene Clark Was Always Ahead Of His Time. Bookended By Two Exquisite Autobiographical Explorations Into Consciousness — "Out On The Side" And Something's Wrong" — The Album's Other Tracks Run From Mournful Ballad Statements Such As "Radio Song" To Joyous Celebrations Like "With Care From Someone." There Is Also A Very Hot Cover Of The Gospel Number "Git It On Brother," Which Features Chris Hillman On Mandolin. Doug Dillard's Playing On The Record Is Uniformly Excellent. Not Only A Virtuoso Musician, Dillard Is A Truly Smart Player Who Never Gets In The Way Of The Songs. Graceful, Spellbinding, And Tasteful All At The Same Time. Absolutely Essential." Matthew Greenwald, AMG.... more details
 
Dillard & Clark - The Fantastic Expedition The Fantastic Expedition
Pop Used - LP SP 4158 A&M
Beautiful White Label Promo Rarity. "Gene Clark Was Probably The Most Underrated Singer/Songwriter To Emerge From The '60s Rock Explosion, And Deserves To Be Mentioned In The Same Breath As Neil Young. This Album, His Debut As A Duo With Virtuoso Banjoist/Guitarist Doug Dillard, Is Perhaps His Most Brilliant Recording. Out Of The Ashes Of The Byrds And A Brilliant False Start Of A Solo Career (The Excellent Echoes Album), The 1968 Dillard & Clark Project Found Clark Collecting Some Of His Finest Material (Basically The Entire Album) And Putting It In The Familiar Context Of Bluegrass And Country, A Good Year Before These Elements Became Vogue In The Pop World. But Gene Clark Was Always Ahead Of His Time. Bookended By Two Exquisite Autobiographical Explorations Into Consciousness — "Out On The Side" And Something's Wrong" — The Album's Other Tracks Run From Mournful Ballad Statements Such As "Radio Song" To Joyous Celebrations Like "With Care From Someone." There Is Also A Very Hot Cover Of The Gospel Number "Git It On Brother," Which Features Chris Hillman On Mandolin. Doug Dillard's Playing On The Record Is Uniformly Excellent. Not Only A Virtuoso Musician, Dillard Is A Truly Smart Player Who Never Gets In The Way Of The Songs. Graceful, Spellbinding, And Tasteful All At The Same Time. Absolutely Essential." Matthew Greenwald, AMG.... more details
 
Dillard & Clark - The Fantastic Expedition The Fantastic Expedition
Pop Used - LP SP 4158 A&M
Beautiful, Close To Mint Brown Label Original Still In Shrink Wrap. "Gene Clark Was Probably The Most Underrated Singer/Songwriter To Emerge From The '60s Rock Explosion, And Deserves To Be Mentioned In The Same Breath As Neil Young. This Album, His Debut As A Duo With Virtuoso Banjoist/Guitarist Doug Dillard, Is Perhaps His Most Brilliant Recording. Out Of The Ashes Of The Byrds And A Brilliant False Start Of A Solo Career (The Excellent Echoes Album), The 1968 Dillard & Clark Project Found Clark Collecting Some Of His Finest Material (Basically The Entire Album) And Putting It In The Familiar Context Of Bluegrass And Country, A Good Year Before These Elements Became Vogue In The Pop World. But Gene Clark Was Always Ahead Of His Time. Bookended By Two Exquisite Autobiographical Explorations Into Consciousness — "Out On The Side" And Something's Wrong" — The Album's Other Tracks Run From Mournful Ballad Statements Such As "Radio Song" To Joyous Celebrations Like "With Care From Someone." There Is Also A Very Hot Cover Of The Gospel Number "Git It On Brother," Which Features Chris Hillman On Mandolin. Doug Dillard's Playing On The Record Is Uniformly Excellent. Not Only A Virtuoso Musician, Dillard Is A Truly Smart Player Who Never Gets In The Way Of The Songs. Graceful, Spellbinding, And Tasteful All At The Same Time. Absolutely Essential." Matthew Greenwald, AMG.... more details
 
Dillard & Clark - The Fantastic Expedition The Fantastic Expedition
Pop New - LP ED 192 Edsel
Sealed UK All Analogue Pressing From The Early 80's. "Gene Clark Was Probably The Most Underrated Singer/Songwriter To Emerge From The '60s Rock Explosion, And Deserves To Be Mentioned In The Same Breath As Neil Young. This Album, His Debut As A Duo With Virtuoso Banjoist/Guitarist Doug Dillard, Is Perhaps His Most Brilliant Recording. Out Of The Ashes Of The Byrds And A Brilliant False Start Of A Solo Career (The Excellent Echoes Album), The 1968 Dillard & Clark Project Found Clark Collecting Some Of His Finest Material (Basically The Entire Album) And Putting It In The Familiar Context Of Bluegrass And Country, A Good Year Before These Elements Became Vogue In The Pop World. But Gene Clark Was Always Ahead Of His Time. Bookended By Two Exquisite Autobiographical Explorations Into Consciousness — "Out On The Side" And Something's Wrong" — The Album's Other Tracks Run From Mournful Ballad Statements Such As "Radio Song" To Joyous Celebrations Like "With Care From Someone." There Is Also A Very Hot Cover Of The Gospel Number "Git It On Brother," Which Features Chris Hillman On Mandolin. Doug Dillard's Playing On The Record Is Uniformly Excellent. Not Only A Virtuoso Musician, Dillard Is A Truly Smart Player Who Never Gets In The Way Of The Songs. Graceful, Spellbinding, And Tasteful All At The Same Time. Absolutely Essential." Matthew Greenwald, AMG.... more details
 
Dillard & Clark - The Fantastic Expedition The Fantastic Expedition
Pop New - LP SP 4158 A&M
Factory Sealed, Label Variation Unknown (Likely A 2nd Label Which Was Released Shortly After The Brown Label Original). "Gene Clark Was Probably The Most Underrated Singer/Songwriter To Emerge From The '60s Rock Explosion, And Deserves To Be Mentioned In The Same Breath As Neil Young. This Album, His Debut As A Duo With Virtuoso Banjoist/Guitarist Doug Dillard, Is Perhaps His Most Brilliant Recording. Out Of The Ashes Of The Byrds And A Brilliant False Start Of A Solo Career (The Excellent Echoes Album), The 1968 Dillard & Clark Project Found Clark Collecting Some Of His Finest Material (Basically The Entire Album) And Putting It In The Familiar Context Of Bluegrass And Country, A Good Year Before These Elements Became Vogue In The Pop World. But Gene Clark Was Always Ahead Of His Time. Bookended By Two Exquisite Autobiographical Explorations Into Consciousness — "Out On The Side" And Something's Wrong" — The Album's Other Tracks Run From Mournful Ballad Statements Such As "Radio Song" To Joyous Celebrations Like "With Care From Someone." There Is Also A Very Hot Cover Of The Gospel Number "Git It On Brother," Which Features Chris Hillman On Mandolin. Doug Dillard's Playing On The Record Is Uniformly Excellent. Not Only A Virtuoso Musician, Dillard Is A Truly Smart Player Who Never Gets In The Way Of The Songs. Graceful, Spellbinding, And Tasteful All At The Same Time. Absolutely Essential." Matthew Greenwald, AMG.... more details
 
Dillard & Clark - Through The Morning, Through The Night Through The Morning, Through The Night
Pop Used - LP SP 4203 A&M
Beautiful 2nd Label Of This Rare 1969 Release. Features Gene Clark, Byron Berline, Jon Corneal, David Jackson, Sneaky Pete, Chris Hillman And Bernie Landon.... more details
 
Dillard & Clark - The Fantastic Expedition The Fantastic Expedition
Pop New - LP LP 5344 Sundazed
Sealed 2011 180gm Reissue.... more details
 

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