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MICHAEL CLARKE, KEVIN KELLEY, GENE PARSONS,
JOHN YORK & SKIP BATTIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES


About This Bibliography

This Bibliography covers works on Michael Clarke, Kevin Kelley, Gene Parsons, John York and Skip Battin. The Bibliographies Chapter contains separate Bibliographies covering the Byrds, the Burritos, and the other band members (see the Navigation Bar). A separate Bibliography covers Related Topics, and a final Bibliography cites Music References. If a book is in print, most good bookstores can special order a copy for you with the ISBN number, which is provided. Throughout the text of ByrdWatcher you'll find notes and other citations with links to the entries in the various Bibliographies.



Gene Parsons in Nashville West, circa 1966. Courtesy Sierra Records.


MICHAEL CLARKE

Jeffrey Gold:
Liner Notes to Farther Along (A&M, 1988) at 3-5.

Sid Griffin:
"Real Gone: Michael Clarke, the Byrds' Original Drummer." Mojo (March, 1994) at p. 123.

Glenn Kenny:
"Obituary." Rolling Stone (February 10, 1994) at 15.

Chris Larche:
"Michael Clarke Interview." Farther Along No. 3 (Winter 1986) at 9.

Spencer Leigh:
"Flyte Across the Mersey." Full Circle No. 17 (Spring 1994) at 21 - 24. Transcript of Clarke interview by Leigh for Radio Merseyside program(me) On the Beat on October 9, 1989.

M. D. Robbins:
"Probably the best version yet." Full Circle No. 5 (Winter 1990) at 16 - 22. Brief interview with Mike Clarke and stories of the bogus Byrds in the Fall of '89.

Johnny Rogan:
"Three Days on the Road." Full Circle No. 5 (Winter 1990) at 11 - 16. Tales of the bogus Byrds in the Fall of '89.

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"Mike Clarke, 49, Dies; First Byrds Drummer." New York Times (December 21, 1993).


KEVIN KELLEY

Marc Kirkeby:
Liner Notes to The Rising Sons (Columbia/Legacy, 1992).


GENE PARSONS

Jim Bickhart:
Liner Notes to Nashville West (Sierra, 1978).

John Cavanagh:
"Bending Strings with Gene Parsons." Full Circle No. 18 (Fall 1994) at 13 - 16. Transcription of 1994 BBC Interview.

Ken Claybaugh:
"Gene Parsons." Byrds Flyte Chronicles No. 5 (4th Quarter 1986) at 7 - 12. Interview from 1986.

Raffaele Galli:
"Catching Up with Gene Parsons...Again." Full Circle No. 13 (Fall 1992) at 15 - 19. Interview from Parsons Green tour of Italy.

Phil McMullen:
"Gene Parsons." Ptolemaic Terrascope No. 18 (February 1995) at 33-35. Interview.

Chrissie Oakes, Ian Jones, John Hinshelwood & Graham Robertson:
"Parsons Green: The 1994 U.K. Tour." Full Circle No. 18 (Fall 1994) at 8 - 12. Accounts of '94 tour.


JOHN YORK

Ken Claybaugh:
"John York Interview." Byrds Flyte Chronicles No. 4 (Third Quarter 1986) at 2 - 4.

Paul Langan:
"The John York Story." Farther Along No. 2 (Fall 1985) at 6. Interview from February '85.

Jean-Pierre Morisset:
"The Complete John York." Farther Along No. 5 (Fall 1986) at 9 - 12. Interview from April 9, 1986.

Bill Wasserzieher:
"Catching Up with John York." Full Circle No. 15 (Summer 1993) at 10 - 13. Interview on May 23, 1993.


SKIP BATTIN




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