Arthur Lee Harper’s short profession began and ended in the later ’60s with a set of gently psychedelic folk albums recorded for Lee Hazlewood’s LHI Information. Using a hushed, high tenor tone of voice that was nearly apologetically close, he sang music of love, tranquility, and harmony which were sometimes ornate and strikingly sensitive. Like many aspiring performers of his period, he produced the pilgrimage to Hollywood going after his musical wish with bit more than his electric guitar case at hand. Along with close friends Tag Lindsey Buckingham and Stephen John Kalinich, two various other like-minded songwriting hopefuls, Harper scraped by, living at a YMCA hostel and looking for a house for his music. After actually knocking on the entranceway of Hazlewood’s LHI workplace, Harper received the maker over with an audition plus they arranged to work documenting his 1968 debut, Dreams and Pictures, that was released just beneath the name Arthur. Hazlewood required an almost protecting attitude toward the youthful Harper, realizing his fragility with feedback discussing him as “A guy who’ll someday be considered a kid again…Grounds to cry and become unafraid…A parrot with eighth-notes for wings.” Unfortunately, Dreams and Pictures made little effect and after his 1970 follow-up Like Is the Trend fared likewise, Harper loaded it in and came back to his indigenous Florida. Pursuing his musical profession, he became deeply mixed up in Christian faith, elevated a family group, and worked well as both a rocket engineer and a instructor. In a later on interview he stated to have continuing composing, playing, and documenting music for and with close friends and it continued to be a significant thread through the entire rest of his existence. On January 10, 2002, his wife Lora was wiped out in a vehicle accident and in a tragic and unpredicted coincidence, Arthur Harper passed away that exact same nights a coronary attack. Later on that yr, his two albums had been reissued about the same disc by a little label known as Papa’s Choice. Dreams and Pictures was given another reissue in 2015 by Light in the Attic Information.