|A1||Look To The Rainbow||0:14|
|A2||Battle Of New Orleans||2:34|
|A3||When I Was A Cowboy||2:35|
|A7||Medley: Bye, Bye, Bye / Vine Street
Arranged By – Bob Thompson
|A8||Me, Japanese Boy||3:04|
|B1||I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise
Arranged By – Bob Thompson
|B2||Green Apple Tree||2:28|
|B3||Sit Down, You're Rocking The Boat||1:43|
|B5||I Love You, Mama||2:10|
|B6||Funny How Love Can Be||2:35|
|B8||Look To The Rainbow||0:31|
|WS 1739, 1739||Harpers Bizarre||The Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||WS 1739, 1739||US||1968|
|BP-8523||Harpers Bizarre||The Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre (LP, Album, Red)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||BP-8523||Japan||1968|
|WST 1739-C||Harpers Bizarre||The Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre (Reel, 4tr Stereo)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||WST 1739-C||US||1968|
|WS 1739||Harpers Bizarre||The Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Inc.||WS 1739||Australia||1968|
|SC 6178||Harpers Bizarre||The Secret Life Of Harpers Bizarre (CD, Album, RE)||Sundazed Music||SC 6178||US||2001|
Harpers Bizarre's third album continued their mildly eccentric soft rock direction, remaining as mildly eccentric ever, but growing ever softer. In truth, this skirts adult contemporary Muzak almost as it does anything that could be considered rock music, and is rather a dark day in the annals of sunshine pop. The covers are a motley assortment of largely pre-rock standards given ornate arrangements and the group's trademark high, measured harmonies.
The Secret Life of Harpers Bizarre is an album by Harpers Bizarre, released in September 1968. Two bonus tracks were added to the 2001 Sundazed CD reissue of this title. They had previously been the two sides of a single: "Both Sides Now" by Joni Mitchell and "Small Talk" by Garry Bonner and Alan Gordon. Look to the Rainbow" (. Harburg, Burton Lane). Battle of New Orleans" (Jimmy Driftwood). When I Was a Cowboy" (Sylvia Fricker, Ian Tyson).
Rhino Hi-Five: Harpers Bizarre - EP. 2006. Feelin' Groovy: The Best of Harpers Bizarre. Anything Goes, Malibu U. - Single. See All. Combined 60's /70's Singles Sales Over 40 Million.
Monday, April 4, 2016. With their third studio set for Warner Bros. Harburg shape an eclectic set of 19 songs into a conceptual whole reflecting the daydreams of a host of everyday characters.
Album by Harpers Bizarre. Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat. was sampled in. Harmony by The Avalanches (2016). is a cover of. Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat by Stubby Kaye (1950). Medley: Bye, Bye, Bye, Vine Street. (My 1st) Big Break by Cut Chemist (2006). Fairytale of Escape by Cubismo Grafico (1999). Me, Japanese Boy. Me Japanese Boy, I Love You by Bobby Goldsboro (1967).
Harpers Bizarre was an American pop-rock band of the 1960s, best known for their Broadway/Sunshine Pop sound and their remake of Simon & Garfunkel's "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy).