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Sunday, December 2, 2012

Don Gant / Neon Philharmonic



Donald W. Gant, *24-10-1942, +15-03-1987
2nd version
by Praguefrank, Bill Daniels, Carl G. Cederblad, Bob Burg
SESSIONS

1962 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN – Don Gant (Don Gant [vcl], Boots Randolph [sax] + unknown musicians)
001 HELLO, MRS. BROWN Colpix 618 675
002 SUGAR LOVE Colpix 618
003 FEMININITY Colpix 637
004 SAD EYES Colpix 637
005 DAYDREAM Colpix 652
006 N8OW-9150 DON’T TAKE HER FROM ME Colpix 652
1963 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN – Don Gant (Don Gant [vcl], Boots Randolph [sax] + unknown musicians)
007 P3KM-3781 EVERYONE BUT YOU Colpix 688008 ONLY ON WEEKENDS Colpix 675
009 unknown title
010 P3KM-3784 BARBARA Colpix 688
September 1963 Nashville, TN - Don Gant
011 F-559 LITTLE DUTCH VILLAGE Hickory 45-1246
012 F-560 ARE GIRLS GETTING PRETTIER 45-1246
15 December 1964 Fred Foster Sound Studio, 319 17th Ave. Nashville, TN – Don Gant (Don Gant [vcl], Ray Edenton [gt] + unknown musicians. Producer: Wesley Rose)
013 F-707 THE LUCKIEST GUY IN THE WORLD 45-1317
014 F-708 DON'T YA EVEN TRY 45-1297
015 F-709 HIGH HOSS BABY 45-1317
016 F-710 EARLY IN THE MORNING 45-1297


ca October 1968 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N01 L 16879 BRILLIANT COLORS Warner 7261/WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N02 L 16880? COWBOY WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N03 L 16881? THE NEW LIFE OUT THERE WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N04 L 16882 MORNING GIRL 7261/WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N05 L 16883? MIDSUMMER NIGHT WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N06 L 16884? LITTLE SPARROW WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N07 L 16885? THE LAST TIME I SAW JACQUELINE WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N08 L 16886? MORNING GIRL, LATER WS 1784 RHM2-7844 SC 6084
ca May 1969 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N09 ARE YOU OLD ENOUGH TO REMEMBER DRESDEN?  WS 1804  RHM2-7844
N10 FOREVER HOLD YOUR PEACE  WS 1804 RHM2-7844
N11 HARRY  WS 1804 RHM2-7844
N12 M 17251 NO ONE IS GOING TO HURT YOU  7311/WS 1804 RHM2-7844
N13 M 17252 YOU LIED  7311/WS 1804 RHM2-7844
N14 LONG JOHN THE PIRATE  WS 1804 RHM2-7844
N15 F. SCOTT FITZGERALD AND WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE  WS 1804 RHM2-7844
N16 THE MORDOR NATIONAL ANTHEM  WS 1804 RHM2-7844
ca  October1969 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N17 M 17777 CLOUDS 7355 /RGNM2-7844 SC 6084
N18 M 17778 SHOW 7355 /RHM2-7844 SC 6084
February 1970 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N19 N 18292 HEIGHDY-HO PRINCESS 7380/ RHM2-7844 SC 6084  
N20 N 18293 DON'T KNOW MY WAY AROUND MY SOUL 7380  / RHM2-7844 SC 6084 
ca June 1970 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N21 N 18826 FLOWERS FOR YOUR PILLOW 7419 / RHM2-7844 SC 6084
N22 N 18827 TO BE CONTINUED 7419/ RHM2-7844 SC 6084
November 1970 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N23 N 19437 SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN 7457/ RHM2-7844
from sessions above or below:
N24 BETTER TIMES Rhino RHM2-7844
N25 JODY  RHM2-7844
N26 LETTERS CROSSING;  RHM2-7844
November 1970 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N27 N 19459 LITTLE LOVE 7457 RHM2-7844
ca May 1971 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N28 PTN0052 GOT A FEELIN' IN MY BONES WB 7497/RHM2-7844
N29 PTN0053 KEEP THE FAITH IN ME WB 7497/ RHM2-7844
1972 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N30 TR-129 ANNIE POOR TRX-T-5039
N31 TR-130 unknown title
N32 TR-131 unknown title
N33 TR-132 LOVE WILL FIND A WAY TRX-T-5039
two unknown trcaks may have been issued on unknown TRX single
Spring 1975 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N34 F 1764?/M-348/MC 4811 MAKING OUT THE BEST I CAN  London L 2577 L 2584 MCA40158
N35 F 1765 LONG DISTANCE LOVE AFFAIR London L 2577
possinly from this session:
N36 M 347/MC 4810 SO GLAD YOU’RE A WOMAN  L 2584 MCA 40158
1975 Acuff-Rose Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – The Neon Philharmonic (Don Gant [vcl], Tupper Saussy [keyboards/arranger/conductor])
N37 LOVIN‘ YOU L 2608
N38 DON’T LOOK BACK L 2608

ALBUMS
Warner/Seven Arts WS-1784 The Moth Confess: Brilliant Colors; Cowboy; The New Life Out There; Morning Girl; Midsummer Night; Little Sparrow; The Last Time I Saw Jacqueline;  Morning Girl, Later – 68 Tupper Saussy and The Neon Philharmonic

Warner/Seven Arts WS-1804 The Neon Philharmonic: Are You Old Enough To Remember Dresden?; Forever Hold Your Peace; You Lied; Harry; No One Is Going To Hurt You; Long John The Pirate; F. Scott Fitzgerald And William Shakespeare; The Mordor National Anthem – 69 The Neon Philharmonic


Sundazed SC-6084 The Month Confess:  Brilliant Colors;  Cowboy;The New Life Out There; Morning Girl; Midsummer Night; Little Sparrow; The Last Time I Saw Jacqueline; Morning Girl, Later; Heighdy-Ho Princess; Don't Know My Way Around My Soul; Flowers For Your Pillow; Clouds; Snow; To Be Continued – 21-10-94 (WS-1784 + bonus tracks)
Rhino Handmade RHM2 7844 Brilliant Colors: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings: [The Moth Confesses:] Brilliant Colors; Cowboy; The New Life Out There; Morning Girl; Midsummer Night; Little Sparrow; The Last Time I Saw Jacqueline;  Morning Girl, Later; [The Neon Philharmonic:] Are You Old Enough To Remember Dresden?; Forever Hold Your Peace; You Lied; Harry; No One Is Going To Hurt You; Long John The Pirate; F. Scott Fitzgerald And William Shakespeare; The Mordor National Anthem; [The Singles:] Morning Girl (Mono Single Version); Brilliant Colors (Mono Single Version); No One Is Going To Hurt You (Mono Single Version); You Lied (Mono Single Version); [The Non-LP Single Tracks:] Clouds; Snow; Heighdy-Ho Princess;  Don't Know My Way Around My Soul; Flowers For Your Pillow; To Be Continued; Something To Believe In; A Little Love; Got A Feelin' In My Bones; Keep The Faith In Me; [Unreleased Tracks Recorded In Fall 1970:] Better Times; Jody; Letters Crossing; [Radio Spots:] Radio Spot 1; Radio Spot 2 ; Radio Spot 3; Radio Spot 4; Radio Spot 5 – 03 (double) The Neon Philharmonic

SINGLES
Colpix (1962/1963)
CP 618 Hello, Mrs. Brown / Sugar Love - 62
CP 637 Femininity / Sad Eyes - 62
CP 652 Daydream (Of You) / Don’t Take Her From Me – 08-62
CP 675 Hello, Mrs. Brown / Only On Weekends - 63
CP 688 Barbara / Everyone But You – 63
Hickory (1963-65)
45-1246 Are Girls Getting Prettier / Little Dutch Village - 14-03-64
45-1297 Early In The Morning / Don't Ya Even Try – 11-02-65
45-1317 High Hoss Baby / The Luckiest Guy In The World – 05-65
Warner Brothers (1968-71) The Neon Philharmonic
7261  Brilliant Colors / Morning Girl – 01-69
7311  No One Is Going To Hurt You / You Lied – 07-69
7355  Clouds / Show – 11-69
7380  Heighdy-Ho Princess / Don't Know My Way Around My Soul – 03-70
7419  Flowers For Your Pillow / To Be Continued  - 07-70
7457  Something To Believe In / Little Love – 01-71
WB 7497  Got A Feelin' In My Bones / Keep The Faith In Me - 05-71
TRX The Neon Philharmonic
TRX-T-5039 Annie Poor / Love Will Find A Way – 72
London (1975)   The Neon Philharmonic
L 2577 Long Distance Love Affair / Making Out The Best I Can – 75
L 2584 So Glad You’re A Woman  / Making Out The Best I Can – 75 (also on MCA 40158)
L 2608 Lovin‘ You / Don’t Look Back - 75


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