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Christopher Neil – “Hymn” / “Here We Go” French single cover

Contributed by Jorge Iván Moreno Majul on Jan 3rd, 2022. Artwork published in
November 1972
Christopher Neil – “Hymn” / “Here We Go” French single cover 1
Source: Rate Your Music. License: All Rights Reserved.

The French sleeve of a pop rock single by Irish singer-songwriter Christopher Neil uses all-lowercase Madeleine Shaded for the artist’s name and the all-caps Neo Prisma for the titles. The record came out in November 1972. Both designs had been added to Mecanorma’s range of dry transfer faces earlier that year.

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Christopher Neil – “Hymn” / “Here We Go” French single cover 2
Source: Soft Rock -yui825-AOR. License: All Rights Reserved.


  • Madeleine Shaded
  • Neo Prisma




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  1. Thanks for the ‘Like’ for the ‘Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads?’ titles, Jorge!

    I reference Christopher Neil at a couple of posts, variously, at ‘Bananas For Breakfast’ and ‘Girls Of The Golden East’, actually, so it’s good to see him referenced here. It’s also good to note the ‘French Connection’ as ‘Girls Of The Golden East’ and, by implication, ‘Bananas For Breakfast’ sort of had French origins.

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