"One in a Hundred"
Planned Byrds reunion single, 1970
By 1970, one would be hard-pressed to get the original line-up of the Byrds into the same room, but this sumptuous single (wherein every Byrdmember's part was recorded separately and then mixed together) showed the kind of magic the group could still effortlessly achieve. Despite featuring those choirboy harmonies and sterling guitar lines, legal issues and in-fighting resulted in this single being scrapped. As was Clark's fate, the song later was relegated to his 1973 odds and ends album, Roadmaster, which only saw release in the Netherlands during his lifetime.