Classic Solo Album From Founding Member of The Byrds!
Gene Clark's 1971 classic ''White Light'' is a bittersweet and knowing statement from a singer/songwriter at the peak at his creative powers. Having fronted The Byrds, Clark on his own here is stripped down in guitarist Jesse Ed Davis' stark production. The lyrics, singing and guitar playing are so powerful that less production here is immeasurably more musically.
''... one of the greatest singer/songwriter albums ever made.'' -All Music
White Light was 100% Analog Mastered by Kevin Gray at CoHEARent Audio from the best source available- phenomenal-sounding 1/2'' safety copies of the original stereo master tapes. The results are amazing! The beautiful guitar playing is finally full and rich, and you can hear the full body of the instruments, not just the strings. Gene's aching vocals have never been so emotive and immediate.
Format: 180-Gram Single 33 Pressed at RTI
Jacket: Old-Style, ''Tip-On'' Single Jacket Printed By Stoughton on Heavy Stock & Film-Laminated
1 The Virgin 03:35
2 With Tomorrow 02:25
3 White Light 03:38
4 Because of You 04:03
5 One In A Hundred 03:30
1 For A Spanish Guitar 04:57
2 Where My Love Lies Asleep 04:20
3 Tears of Rage 04:11
4 1975 04:28