Two Sides to Every Story, 1977
Having lost his recording deal with Asylum and heading in a personal and professional downward spiral, Clark again worked with Thomas Jefferson Kaye for Two Sides to Every Story, which he deemed his greatest work apart from No Other. The emotional devastation from his divorce is palpable throughout the album, an inescapable sadness infusing every song — nowhere more so than on the string-filled lament "Sister Moon." On it, Clark sings of a woman who strives for independence, yet who has already found another companion. Emmylou Harris provides backing vocals on this elegiac ballad.