Music Box April 13th 2024

Harper Blynn was a New York-based American rock band composed of singer-songwriters Pete Harper (guitar and vocals) and J. Blynn (guitar and vocals), and this is The Doubt, from their fourth and final album Loneliest Generation (Baby Jackal Records 2010).
Derek's Accent were a 60s British band with all band members having arrived in Australia circa 1960. Here’s their sole release, single Ain't Got No Feeling (Festival Records 7” 1966).
Modern Eon were a British post-punk/new wave band, formed in Liverpool in 1978. Here’s third single Child's Play (Dindisc 7” 1981). 
Jacqueline Taïeb (born 9 November 1948) is a French singer and songwriter of Jewish Tunisian descent. She achieved her greatest success as a pop and yé-yé singer in France in the 1960s. This is her debut single 7 Heure Du Matin (France: Impact/Disques Festival UK: Fontana 7” 1967).
We conclude with a brace from ex-Byrds songwriter Gene Clark, and here’s So You Say You Lost Your Baby & The French Girl (Stereo Version - Remixed), both from his first solo LP Gene Clark with the Gosdin Brothers (CBS 1967), though the latter only appears on the Columbia/Legacy 1991 reissue which was also retitled as Echoes. But it’s so beautiful I had to include it. Until next week …