As Time Goes By (Harpers Bizarre album)
|As Time Goes By|
|Studio album by Harpers Bizarre|
|Harpers Bizarre chronology|
As Time Goes By is an album by Harpers Bizarre, released in 1976.
This reunion release of the group does not include former member Ted Templeman.
- "Cowboy" (Gene Bob Smith)
- "As Time Goes By" (Herman Hupfeld)
- "Down at Papa Joe's" (Jerry Dean Smith)
- "Everynight" (Paul McCartney)
- "Society Strut" (Misha Mack, Jack Van Gleason)
- "Lullaby of Broadway" (Harry Warren, Al Dubin)
- "Speak Low" (Kurt Weill/Ogden Nash)
- "Banana King Louie" (Lord John)
- "My Melancholy Baby" (Ernie Burnett, George Norton; Ray Keller, Jack Van Gleason arrangement))
- "Beechwood 4-5789" (William "Mickey" Stevenson, Berry Gordy, Marvin Gaye)
- "That's the Way It Was (from Dvorak's "New World Symphony"" (Joseph Bocci, Robert Frost; Ray Keller, Jack Van Gleason arrangement)
- "Back in the Saddle Again" (Ray Whitley, Gene Autry)
On the Canadian release, simply entitled HARPER'S BIZARRE (Polydor 2424 162) four tracks (Everynight/Banana King Louie/Beechwood 4-5789/That's The Way It Was) were omitted and replaced by Feelin' Groovy ( re-recorded version)/Listen To The Rain (Scoppetone)/You Gotta Make Your Own Sunshine/Young Love. The last two were issued as a 45 in the U.S.
For Canadian version see https://www.discogs.com/Harpers-Bizarre-Harpers-Bizarre/release/8409799
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