Harpers Bizarre

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Harpers Bizarre - Secret Life Secret Life
Pop New - LP 1739 Warner
Sealed Gatefold Stereo Original, COH.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - As Time Goes By As Time Goes By
Pop New - LP DS 7545 Forest Bay
Sealed 1976 Original. After Disbanding In 1970, This Partial Reunion Of The Group Is Without Doubt Their Most Difficult To Find LP Compared To Their Four Warner Brothers Titles. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - Feelin' Groovy Feelin' Groovy
Pop New - LP WS 1693 Warner
Factory Sealed 1967 Gold Label Stereo Original. Pristine Copy. "One Of The Bands That Came To Warner Bros. In Their Buyout Of Autumn Records Were The Tikis. They Had Only Recorded A Handful Of Singles, And In Terms Of Musical Direction And Group Identity, They Definitely Had Potential. Enter Producer Lenny Waronker And Session Musician/Arranger/Songwriter/General Musical Architect Van Dyke Parks. The Two Of Them Brought Then-Drummer Ted Templeman Up To The Front As Co-Lead Vocalist, Along With Dick Scoppettone, And Created A Soft-Rock Identity For The Group, Renaming Them Harpers Bizarre. Their First Single Was Perhaps Their Greatest Shot: A Cover Of The Then-Brand New Paul Simon Song, "Feelin' Groovy." Buttressed By An Amazing Leon Russell Arrangement And Some Great Performances From The A-List Of L.A. Session Cats, The Song Quickly Went Into The Top Ten. The Resulting Album Is Almost As Great As The Single, With Songs By Van Dyke Parks ("Come To The Sunshine"), Randy Newman ("Debutante's Ball"), And Others. An Excellent And Definitive Slice Of California Soft Pop." - Matthew Greenwald, AMG.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - As Time Goes By As Time Goes By
Pop New - LP DS 7545 Forest Baby
Sealed 1976 Original With Insert, Cut Corner. After Disbanding In 1970, This Partial Reunion Of The Group Is Without Doubt Their Most Difficult To Find LP Compared To Their Four Warner Brothers Titles.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - Harpers Bizarre 4 Harpers Bizarre 4
Pop New - LP 1784 Warner
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - As Time Goes By As Time Goes By
Pop New - LP DS-7545-LP Forest Bay
Sealed 1976 Original. After Disbanding In 1970, This Partial Reunion Of The Group Is Without Doubt Their Most Difficult To Find LP Compared To Their Four Warner Brothers Titles. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre
Psych New - LP WS 1739 Warner
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - Anything Goes Anything Goes
Pop New - LP WS 1716 Warner
Sealed 1967 Gold Label Stereo Original.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - Feelin' Groovy Feelin' Groovy
Pop Used - LP W 1693 Warner
Rare 1967 White Label Promo Mono. Jacket Is Near Mint And The Glossy LP Appears Unplayed. "One Of The Bands That Came To Warner Bros. In Their Buyout Of Autumn Records Were The Tikis. They Had Only Recorded A Handful Of Singles, And In Terms Of Musical Direction And Group Identity, They Definitely Had Potential. Enter Producer Lenny Waronker And Session Musician/Arranger/Songwriter/General Musical Architect Van Dyke Parks. The Two Of Them Brought Then-Drummer Ted Templeman Up To The Front As Co-Lead Vocalist, Along With Dick Scoppettone, And Created A Soft-Rock Identity For The Group, Renaming Them Harpers Bizarre. Their First Single Was Perhaps Their Greatest Shot: A Cover Of The Then-Brand New Paul Simon Song, "Feelin' Groovy." Buttressed By An Amazing Leon Russell Arrangement And Some Great Performances From The A-List Of L.A. Session Cats, The Song Quickly Went Into The Top Ten. The Resulting Album Is Almost As Great As The Single, With Songs By Van Dyke Parks ("Come To The Sunshine"), Randy Newman ("Debutante's Ball"), And Others. An Excellent And Definitive Slice Of California Soft Pop." - Matthew Greenwald, AMG.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - Harpers Bizarre 4 Harpers Bizarre 4
Pop Used - LP 1784 Warner
Beautiful 1969 W7 White Label Promo Stereo LP. Record Appears Glossy.... more details
 
Harpers Bizarre - Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre
Psych Used - LP WS 1739 Warner
1968 White Label Promo Stereo Housed In A Gatefold Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 

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