Thanks for the comments!

Hello, I just wanted to say thanks to all the people who have left messages over the last couple of months. I truly appreciate each one.


Anonymous said…
Well, this has prompted me to finally leave a comment! I've just "discovered" Gene Clark after reading about him in the Gram Parson's biography "Twenty Thousand Roads". I think this is the beginning of a long obsessive journey...
Sha said…
And thank you for keeping this blog going - means a lot to me!
The Clarkophile said…
If you dig Gram you'll dig Gene. Gene deeply respected Gram's music and covered a few of his songs over the years.

Ta, Sha!
Your blog is performing an important role in making folk more aware of Gene Clark that with any luck will be reflected improving further the availability of his performances.
Regards, Caroline.
The Clarkophile said…
Thank you, Caroline.

This year will mark the 20th anniversary of Gene's passing. I still can't believe how little archive material has seen the light of day in that time, when we all know there's so much high-quality stuff sitting idle somewhere, gathering dust.
ge said…
it's no fluke that Gene & Gram both are scorpios---nor that gene covered gram and neil young and gordon lightfoot---all spiders! [i cant recall if gene ever covered Joni, yet another talented scorp]
my older bro was a scorpio---hey that rhymes!
Anonymous said…
Gene Clark 1988 Old Vienna Kaffeehaus
Westborough, MA

01 Silver Raven
02 Full Circle
03 My Back Pages
04 Fair And Tender Ladies
05 Shades Of Blue
06 Mr Tambourine Man
07 Train Leaves Here This Morning
08 Last Thing On My Mind
09 Eight Miles High
10 Turn Turn Turn
11 Rain Song
12 Four Walls
13 Tried So Hard
14 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
15 You Ain't Going Nowhere
16 Kansas City Southern
17 Gypsy Rider

Thanks for great blog, saw this & thought of you.

Love from the rain grey town x
Anonymous said…
Followed you here from the Steve Hoffman forum. Great service you are providing. Much thanks!

Docwebb from the SH Forum
Davis said…
Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows if Gene sings on "I Know My Rider."
The Clarkophile said…
Hi Davis,
Good question. I suspect not, though one never knows for sure.