June 12, 2021

I’ve been at the beach zipping thorough David Mitchell’s stellar novel Utopia Avenue, which chronicles the ups and downs of a band in late 60s London. Their journey brings them face to face with many of their real life musical counterparts and I was happy to see former Byrd Gene Clark make an appearance. Here’s a favorite of mine from his debut solo album. What you got tonight?

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