Two Sides to Every Story, the criminally long out-of-print solo album from Gene Clark, a founding member of The Byrds, is available as a deluxe CD reissue packaged in a hardbound eco-book and as a deluxe 180 gram LP reissue packaged in a tip-on sleeve. Finally available on CD, this remastered version of the 1977 RSO album features absolutely stunning sound. Two Sides to Every Story was voted #3 in the 2010 Uncut feature "Readers 50 Greatest Lost Albums." From the country-rocking "Kansas City Southern," to the to the achingly, melancholy, strings-and-synthesizer-draped "Sister Moon," Two Sides is a masterfully eclectic album that AllMusic proclaims "succeeds on many more levels than more heralded No Other. " Produced by Thomas Jefferson Kaye (who also produced Clark's masterpiece No Other), the album features an all-star cast of musical co-conspirators: Emmylou Harris on backing vocals, banjo virtuoso Douglas Dillard, country violin legend Byron Berline, pedal-steel ace Al Perkins, and Jeff "Skunk" Baxter on guitar. Gene Clark served as The Byrds' chief songwriter in the mid-'60s, penning some of their most essential songs, including "Feel a Whole Lot Better," "Eight Miles High" and "You Showed Me." Clark is widely considered to be the pioneer of three musical genres: folk-rock, country-rock, and psychedelic-rock. Gene Clark's inimitable songwriting and singing continue to inspire and influence countless artists, including: Robert Plant and Alison Krauss (who recorded TWO of his compositions on their 2010 Grammy-winning Album of the Year, Raising Sand), Bob Dylan, Fairport Convention, R.E.M., Tom Petty, Yo La Tengo, the Flamin' Groovies, Teenage Fanclub, and Wilco.