Harpers Bizarre

About Harpers Bizarre

As part of the sunshine pop movement of the late 1960s, California group Harpers Bizarre made light and easygoing songs characterized by orchestral instrumentation, lush vocal harmonies, and mirthful subject matter. During a brief run between 1967 and 1970, the band enjoyed a few minor hits and released four albums with their original lineup, embracing a slightly more countercultural approach by the time of 1969's Harpers Bizarre 4. Core member Ted Templeman would go on to work mostly as a producer, working with Carly Simon, Van Morrison, the Doobie Brothers, Van Halen, and many other stars as the years went on.

Santa Cruz, CA, United States
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