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Dillard & Clark

Dillard & Clark, a duo featuring former Byrd Gene Clark and Doug Dillard of the Dillards, was one of the first country-rock groups to form in the late '60s. The group formed in 1968 and became one of pioneers of country-rock, releasing two albums before dissolving after releasing only two albums.

In 1968, Dillard recorded his first solo album, The Banjo Album, which featured such rock musicians as Clark and Bernie Leadon. In the spring of 1968, Dillard toured England as a member of the Byrds, which led to the duo of Dillard & Clark, which officially formed later that summer. The duo secured a record contract with A&M and released their debut album, The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark, late in 1968. The record was recorded with Bernie Leadon (guitar), Don Beck (dobro, mandolin), and David Jackson (bass). Dillard & Clark toured following the release of the album; their supporting band featured former Byrd Michael Clarke on drums.

Dillard & Clark began recording a second album early in 1969 with a new supporting band. The new lineup featured Leadon, fiddler Byron Berline, drummer Jon Corneal, and guitarist Donna Washburn; steel guitarist Sneaky Pete Kleinow and Chris Hillman, who were both members of the Flying Burrito Brothers, also guested on the album. The resulting record, Through the Morning, Through the Night, appeared later in the year. After its release, Leadon left the duo; he would join the Eagles soon after his departure. Clark decided to pursue a solo career in early 1970. Dillard continued his solo career, using the remaining members of the duo's backing band as the core of his new outfit, the Expedition.

Dillard and Clark continued to pursue solo careers throughout the '80s and '90s, with Dillard garnering more success and critical acclaim than Clark. Clark died in 1991 at the age of 46. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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DAM? I love this song memories back in the 70's house party's we always played this oldie but goody. Miss those good old days .
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Well Guess what? Moses is my uncle. That's right, one of my dad's brothers. It feels so good for me to witness others remember him. He did go internationa l after Text Town Display. He won Grammys for working with Teddy Pendergrass and Al Green as a writer and producer. He's long gone but continues to live in our hearts as well as my music.. Thanks. www.buffdill a r d . c o m
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mslexi2002
This is one of my favorite songs
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These guys were ahead of their time. I love them.
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Please don't hate if you disagree
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Some actual country music my daddy listens to this I eleven years old and I love this music it's the actual country music and Florida Georgia line is not dad gum country music neither is Jason Aldean, Tyler Farr.etc. country music needs to get back to its roots of country music not all this stupid pop stuff
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I love Pandora, they just played On the Radio, I'd forgotten this song altogether.. Wish there was someway to turn people onto them...soooo very good mixture of country n bluegrass, pickin & harmonies are perfect.
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One of the best bluegrass/co u n t r y albums EVER. Polly is one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard. The lead, the harmonies and the instrumentat i o n are incredible on this album.
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But then again, bluegrass is not real popular...by far the best work of Gene Clark. RIP
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One of the best and most talented acoustic groups ever. They were only together for a couple of albums. To this day I am unclear as to why their records seldom, if ever, get any acclaim, songs like TRAIN LEAVES HERE THIS MORNING, POLLY,which should be acknowledged as one the best songs ever>,SOMETH I N G S WRONG, their version of the Beatles DON'T LET ME DOWN is better than the original-by far;IN THE PLAN, KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN are top of the line Progressive Bluegrass songs.

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