Peter Daltrey of Kaleidoscope and Fairfield Parlour

Friday, 30 March 2012, 19:05 | Category : Peter Daltrey
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Listen to an extra special Strange Brew Podcast with Kaleidoscope/Fairfield Parlour’s lead singer Peter Daltrey. The show features Peter’s greatest songs and influences encompassing covers, rare demos, collaborations and solo tracks.

  1. Kaleidoscope – Flight from Ashiya (Single A-side, Fontana, 1967)
  2. The Who – I Can’t Explain (Single A-side, Brunswick, 1964)
  3. The Sidekicks (Kaleidoscope) – I’m Looking for a Woman (The Sidekicks Sessions, Alchemy, 2003 rec c1965)
  4. The Beatles – Eight Days a Week (Beatles for Sale, Parlophone, 1964)
  5. Kaleidoscope –Holiday Maker (Single B-side to Flight from Ashiya, Fontana, 1967)
  6. Formula V – Jenny Artichoke (Single A-side, Philips, 1970)
  7. Donovan – Jennifer Juniper (Single A-side, Pye, 1968)
  8. Kaleidoscope – Snapdragon (Faintly Blowing, Fontana, 1969)
  9. Cerebral Corps – Music (Attributed To, Alias, 1992)
  10. Fairfield Parlour – Bordeaux Rose (Single A-side, Vertigo, 1970)
  11. Fairfield Parlour – Aires (From Home to Home, Vertigo, 1970)
  12. I Luv Wight – Let the World Wash In (Single A-side, Philips, 1970)
  13. Kaleidoscope – Epitaph: Angel (White-faced Lady, Kaleidoscope Records, 1991 rec 1971)
  14. Peter Daltrey and Aeryon – In the Room of Percussion (King of Thieves: The Best of Peter Daltrey Volume 2, GRA Records, 2011)
  15. Peter Daltrey – Wild Roses (King of Thieves: The Best of Peter Daltrey Volume 2, GRA Records, 2011)
  16. Peter Daltrey – Tambourine Days (Tambourine Days, Chelsea Records, 2000)

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3 Comments for “Peter Daltrey of Kaleidoscope and Fairfield Parlour”

  1. 1Aldo

    I’ll have to go back and listen to the other podcasts too…BRILLIANT site, love it!

    I had never heard the Formula V version of Jenny Artichoke but about 4 years ago I downloaded from the web an album by Argentinian band LUZ DE MERCURIO, from 1969…that I quickly erased from my pc since I didn’t like it at all, the only track I kept (I’m looking for it just now!) was their version of Jenny that I’d assume they heard from the popular Spanish band…

  2. 2Whitesofa

    Thanks for sharing, this is a fantastic blog.Thanks Again. Will read on…

  3. 3Brian Motors

    Thanks for sharing, this is a fantastic blog.Really thank you!

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