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This acclaimed, yet often overlooked, UK group's first US compilation collects highlights from their entire recorded legacy. Kaleidoscope emerged from the British Psychedelic scene in 1967, releasing two influential albums (Tangerine Dream, Faintly Blowing), and several non-LP singles with Fontana before switching to Vertigo and evolving into Fairfield Parlour in 1970. Newly remastered, the collection includes their hit "Bordeaux Rosé" along with key album cuts like "The Sky Children", "Snapdragon", and the defining "Music". Also included is a 1964 demo of this foursome, Peter Daltrey, Eddie Pumer, Steve Clark and Danny Bridgman, when they were the Sidekicks. In addition to video from the band's memorable final performance in London, the set includes previously unreleased/unbroadcast footage from French & German TV archives. The perfect introduction to the Kaleidoscope/Fairfield Parlour catalog, as well as a must have for any serious collector.

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1. Faintly Blowing
2. In My Box
3. (Love Song) For Annie
4. Flight From Ashiya
5. Long Way Down
6. A Dream For Julie
7. (Further Reflections) In The Room Of Percussion
8. Emily
9. Snapdragon
10. Bordeaux Rosé
11. Nursey, Nursey
12. Do It Again For Jeffrey
13. Kaleidoscope
14. Diary Song: The Indian Head
15. Music
16. The Sky Children
17. What Can I Do (Demo, 1964)

1. Flight From Ashiya (Le Petit Dimanche Illustré, 1967)
2. Interview (Le Petit Dimanche Illustré, 1967)
3. Holiday Maker (Le Petit Dimanche Illustré, 1967)
4. Free (Beat Club, 1970)
5. Emily (Beat Club, 1970)
6. Sunny Side Circus (Beat Club, 1970)
7. Dive Into Yesterday (Hoxton Hall, 2017)
8. Music (Hoxton Hall, 2017)