In 1977, Alan Clark made for television film "Scum", a drama of the life of a correctional facility for teenagers. The brutality of the film shocked the leadership of the BBC, bans the film - and only two years later the picture went to the cinemas of the country.
But the main advantage of the picture - not the relevance of the social dimension, and the acting debut of Ray Winston - and the debut of the strongest.
Gene Clark was one of the most gifted singers and songwriters of his generation, but bad luck and self-destructive habits followed him like a shadow, and it seemed sadly appropriate that he died in the spring of 1991 as he was working on a follow-up to the biggest success of his solo career, So Rebellious a Lover, his 1987 collaboration with Carla Olson of the Textones. Clark's poor health (aggravated by drinking) and fear of flying prevented a full-scale tour in support of So Rebellious a Lover, but he played scattered live dates after its release, and In Concert gathers recordings from shows Clark gave in late 1988 and early 1990.