6 thoughts on “ Chad Stuart Jeremy Clyde The Ark ”
Oct 16, · Written-By – Jeremy Clyde: B2: Transatlantic Trauma Written-By – Jeremy Clyde: B3: Sidewalk Requiem, Los Angeles, June 5th And 6th Written-By – Chad Stuart, Keith Noble: B4: Pantheistic Study For Guitar And Large Bird Written-By – Chad Stuart: B5: Paxton Quigley's Had The Course Written-By – Jeremy Clyde-Chad Stuart* B6: You Need /5(36).
Sep 27, · First, the CD cover is one of the best I've seen in years. The painting was chosen as the cover by Chad Stuart who found out that the artist Robert McCauley was ironically a Chad and Jermey fan. Forty years ago Chad and Jeremy put out their last album for Columbia Records, the very underrated "The Ark". Hence the title "ARK-EOLOGY"/5(17).
Jeremy was hell bent on an acting career, so all the signs were there.) This LP marked the end of Jeremy's lyric writing as well. On occasion, after a bottle of wine (or maybe two), I have been known to theorize that his lyrics were largely autobiographical and that after some kind of catharsis, he walked away from the experience and never.
Oct 30, · Continuing in the same lysergic-pop vein as their joyously experimental Of Cabbages & Kings, Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde let everything fly on The Ark, their wide-eyed Columbia finale. It's a hand-wrought gem studded with glittering acid-pop originals like "Painted Dayglow Smile" and "The Emancipation of Mr. X," from an album that was fitting testimonial /5(23).