“Neon Philharmonic” by The Neon Philharmonic - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1969Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

The second and final album of sunshine pop with classical overtones from the group led by songwriter/conductor Tupper Saussy (piano, harpsichord, pirate voice) and co-produced by Don Gant (singer). It's probably telling that my favoured pick is the purely classical finale “The Mordor National Anthem”, devoid of pretentious lyrics and sappy vocals.

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A1 [03:08] 3.8.png The Neon Philharmonic - Are You Old Enough To Remember Dresden? (Tupper Saussy) Pop
A2 [02:31] 3.4.png The Neon Philharmonic - Forever Hold Your Peace (Tupper Saussy) Pop
A3 [03:25] 3.2.png The Neon Philharmonic - You Lied (Tupper Saussy) Pop Ballad
A4 [04:08] 3.2.png The Neon Philharmonic - Harry (Tupper Saussy) Crooner / Cabaret
B1 [03:53] 3.4.png The Neon Philharmonic - No One Is Going To Hurt You (Tupper Saussy) Pop Ballad
B2 [05:14] 3.4.png The Neon Philharmonic - Long John The Pirate (Tupper Saussy) Crooner / Cabaret
B3 [05:10] 4.0.png The Neon Philharmonic - F. Scott Fitzgerald And William Shakespeare (Tupper Saussy) Songwriter
B4 [00:43] 4.8.png The Neon Philharmonic - The Mordor National Anthem (Tupper Saussy) Classical

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