"Kaleidoscope was one of the most promising young English groups of the psychedelic age. Their 1967 Fontana debut album Tangerine Dream was highly-prized among hippies and the band was rated alongside such outfits as Tomorrow and Traffic. Faintly Blowing was Kaleidoscope's second album, released in April 1969. It features Peter James Daltry (vocals), Eddie Pumer (guitar), Steve Clark (bass) and Danny Bridgeman (drums) who perform a range of typically melodic and attractive songs. As well as the 12 original tracks, six bonus items include 'Let The World Wash In,' a rare single the band recorded under the pseudonym 'I Luv Wight,' after Kaleidoscope had changed its name to Fairfield Parlour in 1970."
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