Gene Clark ‎– No Other

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Asylum Records ‎– 7E-1016
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A1 Life's Greatest Fool
Backing Vocals – Carlena Williams, Cindy Bullens, Claudia Lennear, Clydie King, Ronnie Barron, Shirley Matthews*, Venetta FieldsBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Gene Clark, Jerry McGee, Jesse Ed Davis, Steve Bruton*Keyboards – Michael UtleyLead Vocals – Gene ClarkPercussion – Joe Lala
4:44
A2 Silver Raven
Backing Vocals – Cindy Bullens, Claudia Lennear, Ronnie Barron, Tim Schmit*Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Danny Kootch*, Gene Clark, Jerry McGee, Jesse Ed DavisKeyboards – Michael UtleyLead Vocals – Gene Clark
4:53
A3 No Other
Backing Vocals – Cindy Bullens, Claudia Lennear, Ronnie Barron, Tim Schmit*Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Butch TrucksGuitar – Gene Clark, Jerry McGeeKeyboards – Michael UtleyLead Vocals – Gene ClarkPercussion – Joe Lala
5:08
A4 Strength Of Strings
Backing Vocals – Cindy Bullens, Claudia Lennear, Ronnie Barron, Tim Schmit*Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Buzzy Feiten, Gene Clark, Jerry McGeeKeyboards – Craig Doerge, Michael UtleyLead Vocals – Gene ClarkViolin – Richard Greene
6:30
B1 From A Silver Phial
Backing Vocals – Tim Schmit*Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Gene Clark, Jerry McGee, Jesse Ed DavisKeyboards – Michael UtleyLead Vocals – Gene ClarkMandolin – Chris HillmanPercussion – Joe Lala
3:40
B2 Some Misunderstanding
Backing Vocals – Carlena Williams, Cindy Bullens, Claudia Lennear, Clydie King, Ronnie Barron, Shirley Matthews*, Venetta FieldsBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Buzzy Feiten, Gene Clark, Jerry McGee, Steve Bruton*Keyboards – Michael UtleyLead Vocals – Gene ClarkOrgan – Bill CuomoViolin – Richard Greene
8:10
B3 The True One
Bass – Leland SklarDrums – Butch TrucksGuitar – Gene Clark, Jerry McGeeKeyboards – Michael UtleyLead Vocals – Gene ClarkPercussion – Joe Lala
4:57
B4 Lady Of The North
Bass – Leland SklarCello – Ted MachellDrums – Russ KunkelGuitar – Gene Clark, Jerry McGee, Michael UtleyKeyboards – Craig DoergeLead Vocals – Gene ClarkViolin – Richard Greene
6:04

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 7E-106-A-(CP)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 7E-106-B (CP)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched (Variant 1)): 7E1016 A CSM ESR-TD-8-28-74
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched (Variant 1)): 7E1016 B-1 CSM ESR-TD-8-28-74
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched (Variant 2)): 7E1016 A - 2 CSM SX ESR-TD-8-28-74
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched (Variant 2)): 7E1016 B-1 CSM SX ESR-TD-8-28-74 SB
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LECD 9.00889 O Gene Clark No Other(CD, Album) Line Records LECD 9.00889 O Germany 1989 Sell This Version
7E-1016 Gene Clark No Other(LP, Album) Asylum Records 7E-1016 US 1974 Sell This Version
7E-1016 Gene Clark No Other(LP, Album, CTH) Asylum Records 7E-1016 US 1974 Sell This Version
CCM-314-2, CCM-314 Gene Clark No Other(CD, Album, RE, RP) Collectors' Choice Music, Collectors' Choice Music CCM-314-2, CCM-314 US 2002 Sell This Version
AS 23 001 Gene Clark No Other(LP, Album, RE) Asylum Records AS 23 001 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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mandomtz

mandomtz

February 7, 2019
Just a couple of years ago, it wasn't uncommon to find OG copies of this album in decent condition for around 20 bucks. Holy shit have prices skyrocketed...arbitrary inflation is a bitch....I would love to replace my copy with a better one
richardmason

richardmason

August 7, 2018
"music emporium, November 9, 2013 "For an album allegedly made on transcontinental rails of cocaine"
Most of it "allegedly" supplied by one Sylvester Stewart, who certainly attended sessions (ordering in large quantities of food, drink and South American marching powder and charging it to Asylum's account) and who may even have 'turned up' on 1 or more tracks uncredited
richardmason

richardmason

August 7, 2018
I was never a huge Byrds fan (I bought the 2LP reissue of "Notorious"/"Sweetheart" when I was 14; I loved Notorious" but left "Sweetheart" out in the sun and converted it to an ashtray once it would bend, such was my affection for it) or a fan of Gene Clark's earlier work (still not heard most of that) but I love this record and have done so ever since I heard it first in the late 1970s. I don't need some absurdly-named hipster young person group to tell me which music to like, thanks.
dusty.grooves

dusty.grooves

February 1, 2018
Picked this up on a whim, being a big Byrds fan and some of Gene’s earlier work... for me it’s another instance of a very overhyped (retroactivey) cult “classic.” Not 1 song on this grabbed me in the way “Tomorrow” does... just very boring, overproduced, and bland on the whole. Call me cynical but I have to assume, once again, that millennial “cool” musicians like Beach House, one of the Fleet Foxes and others who got together to tour this live in its entirety are doing so mostly with a sense of irony, and fascination with the idea of an under-appreciated “lost classic,” especially one where the artist was convinced it was his masterpiece. Sorry guys, but this was a big snoozer.
stereonut

stereonut

January 11, 2018
I never was a huge Byrds fan; but after hearing RAISING SAND by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss I became quite interested in Gene Clark as a writer. I read Mableheadjohnson's "Lost Albums: 10 Amazing Records You've Never Heard" and saw NO OTHER recommended. I read his review and found a new LP copy for sale here. Great album! Not only was Clark ahead of his time as a writer, he has a pure and unique voice. He also used almost every great background singer in the business at the time. As a fan of the Blu-Ray 20 FEET FROM STARDOM, I really appreciate that.
rodger103wt

rodger103wt

June 9, 2017
another absolute stunner from the early seventies it is quite simply superb /how many more hidden gems are out there ? from the sixties fallout , I came across it on a playlist .and it was going round my head for days WHAT ELSE IS OUT THERE IN DUSTY ARCHIVES ?
lgf545

lgf545

March 29, 2017
I purchased a promo copy from a cutout bin in 1974 and No Other has remained among my most favorite albums since. I read the reviews at the the time and was baffled how so many critics didn't get it. What seemed over orchestrated and strident to some at the time has matured into a legitimate masterpiece which alone makes Gene Clark one of the major talents of the 60's and 70's. Add in his other solo efforts and his two Dillard and Clark albums and you'll be asking yourself why he hasn't been inducted into the hall for his solo career.
catchthebeat76

catchthebeat76

March 8, 2017
I also stumbled upon this record by chance, and it remained on my turntable for months... How this album missed massive commercial success baffles me, but now it holds the charisma of being a diamond in the ruff, and an album known to a select few who dig into the voids.
shakingstreet

shakingstreet

October 11, 2015
Includes a black and white poster.
sbaradaran

sbaradaran

September 22, 2014
Stumbled upon this record earlier this year and was very pleasantly surprised. It has quickly become one of my favorite albums of all time. Gene Clark truly was a genius that deserved a lot more praised than he received. The music industry really baffles me sometimes. Why this record was not a hit really is bewildering and saddening as I've learned more about Gene Clark's downward spiral.