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Harper And Rowe - 1967 - Harper And Rowe

A psyche pop duet, nothing is known about them and their backing group. Their only album was produced by Ed Ver Schure and Ralph Murphy (who also wrote eight of the twelve tracks) and they were managed by William McEuen (who also managed Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Sunshine Company, Hourglass). The album is quite patchy and contains folk/pop (Hello Sleepy Sidewalks), rock (Love Machine, penned by Gordon and Griffin), and orchestrated pop (Here Comes Yesterday Again). One of the best track is The Dweller, with flute and guitars, composed by Marcellino and Larson. It is beginning to interest some collectors. (Stephane Rebeschini). "The songs on this album show how two almost completely opposite musical talents combine and compliment each other, to produce an album that rambles with ease from folk material like "Good Times, Bad Times” and "Hello Sleepy Sidewalk” right across to pure rock in "Love Machine” Harper & Rowe cannot be placed in any particular bag. The more you listen, the more apparent this becomes…” (Album Liner)

01  - Here Comes Yesterday Aga
02  - The Dweller
03  - Picture Me High
04  - Where Is She
05  - You And Me (Me And You)
06  - Love Machine
07  - Keep On Dancing
08  - Good Times, Bad Times
09  - Strange How People Chang
10  - Wake Me When It's Over
11  - Hello Sleepy Sidewalk
12  - Hold Me

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