More than just bonus material, these tracks offer fans an insight in to how Gene approached recording No Other; no track has been edited or composited in any way, allowing for things to be heard exactly as they went down in the studio and before any overdubbing took place.
The original eight-track album is being released on both CD and LP with the design kept as close to the original as possible.
A limited run double CD edition housed in a hardbound book cover sees the original album being released alongside a bonus disc of alternate studio versions of each track plus a recording of 'Train Leaves Here This Morning' an Eagles hit in , written by both Gene and Eagles founding member Bernie Leadon. Excitingly, the deluxe boxset edition fans have been waiting for has also been lovingly curated.
There really is no other like No Other. More at geneclark. Hardbound Book Cover. Telegram Sam , footlooseman , budwhite and 7 others like this. I'm in for the non-existent 3-CD version. DaverJ , chickendinna , JoeF. Location: Cambridge, MA. Telegram Sam , footlooseman , Yorick and 3 others like this.
Location: Maine. Oh man, I love this album so much, but that's a lot of cash to drop for the 5. Echoes71 , Sep 10, Instant Karma , qtrules and Larry Geller like this. Location: Canada. How did 4AD end up with this? Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists.
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Location: Rossville, GA. I was wondering, from someone who has the 2 CD version, are the alternate version tracks good enough to make it worth having the 2nd disc? I'm a bit dubious these days on extra versions of songs, having been suckered into buying "deluxe edition" releases where the bonus disc isn't worth it. I love the actual album for sure, so I would definitely at least spring for the 1 CD version.
Location: MidCoast Justin Brooks , May 26, Justin Brooks likes this. I have the 2-CD version, and love it. On some listens, I actually prefer the disc of alternate versions! Released in on Asylum Records, a year after the Byrds short-lived reunion, Gene reached for the stars with No Other; a psychedelic rock, folk, country and soul record that famously cost a small fortune to make. Although received warmly by critics, it flopped and was soon deleted, a failure Gene never came to terms with.
The original tapes have been remastered at Abbey Road, a stunning 5. Cole at Opus Productions , and both the in the studio and promotional photoshoots have been located. Furthermore, all the studio takes have been forensically worked on and mixed by the duo of Gene Clark aficionado, author and Long Ryders frontman Sid Griffin and John Wood, the producer famed for his work with the likes of Nick Drake, Fairport Convention and Sandy Denny.
More than just bonus material, these tracks offer fans an insight in to how Gene approached recording No Other; no track has been edited or composited in any way, allowing for things to be heard exactly as they went down in the studio and before any overdubbing took place. The deluxe boxset edition fans have been waiting for has also been lovingly curated.
An extremely limited item, the box contains the LP pressed on silver vinyl, three SACDs a multi-layer SACD of the original album housed in an authentic Japanese vinyl replica sleeve printed by the Ichikudo Company plus two further SACDs of session mixes and radio edits , an exclusive 7", a comprehensive Blu-Ray disc package which includes HD versions of all tracks, a 5.
This reissue serves as both a celebration for fans and an introduction to soon-to-be fans. There really is no other like No Other. Genre Pop Rock. Discontinued NO.Gene Clark’s masterpiece gets the reappraisal it’s long overdue. “One of the greatest albums ever made. Initially celebrated for its obscurity, No Other is now celebrated for its magnificence. It was in every way a magnum opus: epic, sprawling, poetic, choral, rococo.”.