It's official! Here's the word from Clark biographer John Einarson, in a message posted on the Gene Clark board: "Sundazed Records is reissuing Gene Clark's 1967 debut solo album with the Gosdin Brothers next month. The new disc is sourced directly from the original Columbia 2-track stereo LP master that were not found when CBS did the "Echoes" CD set in '91. So this is not remixed. The new CD also includes Gary Usher's original mono single masters for the proposed "The French Girl/Only Colombe" single which are quite amazing, more orchestrated than the stereo versions with vocal arrangements by Curt Boettcher and his band Ballroom on layered backing vocals (imagine the Beach Boys backing Gene). Session details and liner notes by John Einarson. The tracks are: 1. Echoes 2. Think I'm Gonna Feel Better 3. Tried So Hard 4. Is Yours Is Mine 5. Keep On Pushin' 6. I Found You 7. So You Say You Lost Your Baby 8. Elevator Operator 9. The Same One 10. Couldn't Believe Her 11. Needing Someone EXTRAS: 12. Only Colombe (prev. unissued mono master w/ Ballroom vocals) 13. The French Girl (prev. unissued mono master w/ Ballroom vocals) 14. Elevator Operator (early version w/ different vocal track and no vocal overdubs) 15. Tried So Hard (alternate version, more acoustic and w/ different vocal tracks) 16. So You Say You Lost Your Baby (demo - different version than the "Echoes" CD, this one with Gene singing harmony vocals w/himself) 17. Is Yours Is Mine (acoustic demo) " The Boettcher mixes are the real thrill for me, but the other bonus tracks look inviting too.