Neon Records was RCA's Progressive label; that company's answer to Phonogram's 'Vertigo', EMI's 'Harvest' and Pye's 'Dawn'.  Its albums, by such artists as Spring, Dando Shaft and Indian Summer, were largely ignored at the time, but they have become highly collectable lately.  Neon didn't issue many singles; the few which it did put out appeared on a less colourful version of the LP label.  It was one of that small band of labels (Vertigo, Dandelion, Charly, Tangsong, Small Wonder, Ork;) which had the credits on one side and a design on the other. Distributed By RCA Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

71 Fair Weather Lay It On Me NEON NE 1000
71 Shape Of The Rain Woman NEON NE 1001
71 Raw Material Ride On Pony NEON NE 1002
71 Quintessence Sweet Jesus NEON NE 1003