the echoes in your head continue showing (gene clark part 1)

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THE BYRDS’ FLIGHT TO ENGLAND in Au­gust 1965 began a dis­as­trous tour for the group. For­tu­nately, it wasn’t an en­tirely wasted trip, as it in­spired Gene Clark to pen some psychedelically-enhanced po­etry. Set to a loose melody strummed on an acoustic guitar, this be­came the basis for Eight Miles High. With as­sis­tance from fellow Byrds David Crosby on the lyrics and Jim McGuinn on the com­plex vocal and in­stru­mental arrange­ments, it was re­leased as a single in March 1966. READ MORE