The Letter/Neon Rainbow is an album by American blue-eyed soul band The Box Tops, released in 1967. Following "The Letter" reaching number one on the singles charts, The Letter/Neon Rainbow was quickly assembled for a follow up. The album peaked at number 87 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in 1968. Most of the backing tracks were performed by session musicians, however the original group played the hit "The Letter".
Band Name The Box Tops. Album Name The Letter - Neon Rainbow. Data de aparición Noviembre 1967. Estilo MusicalPop Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1.
Neon Rainbow" made it to on their Hot 100, while "The Letter" was Number 1 four straight weeks. Produced by Dan Penn, this record is a fine example of late '60s Memphis Soul. Unlike many 60s teen bands, the Box Tops followed up their initial hit with several excellent albums. Sundazed's reissue of their debut LP augments the original dozen tracks with a quartet of bonuses that include a non-LP single ("Turn on a Dream"), the mono single mixes of the two hits, and the previously unreleased "Georgia Farm Bo. Jud Cost's liners give a light introduction to the group's formation and the rise of "The Letter" to hit status.
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The Box Tops were an American band of the 60s that combined soul and rock music into a popular sound epitomized by their famous single "The Letter". The band was fronted by teenaged singer Alex Chilton, and for their studio recordings after "The Letter", consisted solely of Chilton and Memphis studio musicians. For live performances, Chilton was joined by Tom Boggs (drums), Rick Allen (bass), Gary Talley (guitar), and Bill Cunningham (organ).
Neon Rainbow by The Box Tops chords. One clean accurate version. No abusive ads. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. D G D G But in the daytime everything changes, nothing remains the same, D G D G No one smiles any more and no one will open his door. G7 Until the night time comes, and then the. Verse 1.