No Other

Label
Rhino/Elektra
Release date
11 Aug 2003
Running length
8 tracks
Running time
43:00

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Life's Greatest Fool (LP Version) 4:41 526
2 Silver Raven (LP Version) 4:52 530
3 No Other (LP Version) 5:07 566
4 Strength Of Strings (LP Version) 6:30 458
5 From A Silver Phial (LP Version) 3:40 476
6 Some Misunderstanding (LP Version) 8:07 449
7 True One (LP Version) 3:58 519
8 Lady Of The North (LP Version) 6:05 437

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  • vizsla826

    So underrated it physically hurts. I mean it's just so awesome.

    12 Nov 9:09pm Reply
  • petross85

    Pretty damn special album. Apt title

    12 Oct 6:28pm Reply
  • simonggggg

    cosmic

    25 Sep 2013 Reply
  • Nessyliz

    I wouldn't say it's the greatest album of the 70's, but it's a damn good record for sure.

    28 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Graveyard_Poet

    http://www.headheritage.co.uk/unsung/review/2179/

    24 Feb 2013 Reply
  • Graveyard_Poet

    No other album captures the total cosmic Americana experience the same way this glorious and widescreen album does. Thomas Jefferson Kaye out-Walled the Brian Wilson/Phil Spector Wall-of-Sound with his epic and jaw-dropping production filled to the brim with the top session musicians of the L.A. scene and the vast, soulful female backup vocals. Gene Clark is singing at his most impassioned with lyrics which are deeply philosophical and mystical in their insights. The hidden gem of the '70s (easily the greatest album of that decade).

    15 Apr 2012 Reply
  • RussellChap

    This is such a stirring record, soaring & sore, transcendental & tearful. This is a FANTASTIC album which anyone who has ever felt sadness & happiness should listen to...

    26 Feb 2012 Reply
  • Fury112

    <33

    26 Jan 2011 Reply
  • cooleyreece

    No Other is one of the greatest albums ever made. It never gets old. The newer remastered extended disk is truely a blessing.

    10 Feb 2010 Reply
  • abitbol84

    Excellent album.

    13 Dec 2009 Reply
  • audun_grimstad

    This album really deserves more listeners

    26 Nov 2009 Reply
  • Insinityz

    Great album.

    5 Nov 2009 Reply
  • in90sec

    What's wrong? Won`t anybody listen to this ? Thomas Jefferson Kaye produced and arranged all of 'No other' / Gene Clark with this incredible sound !? (at the Village Records West Los Angeles, 1975)

    30 Jan 2009 Reply
  • marcverrall

    nickgusset, you the man - maybe not the best ever, but pretty much up there. one of the best i've heard anyway. love this record.

    28 Jan 2009 Reply
  • semionato

    dazzling, magical, you know.

    9 Dec 2008 Reply
  • ksteich

    the album that got me into country music. but its not just country... its rock, pop, prog, gospel and psychedelic all wrapped up in country. it's a pity that gene clark wasn't appreciated in his time.

    14 Nov 2008 Reply
  • nickgusset

    the best album ever. end of

    17 Feb 2008 Reply
  • the_peanut

    One of my favourite albums of all time. A great discovery this is for anyone with a love for country-rock or alt.country.

    4 Dec 2006 Reply

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