THE GREATEST SONGS OF THE 1960s THAT NO ONE HAS EVER HEARD
502) Peter Pan & the Good Fairies — “Kaleidoscope”
One of the great psychedelic instrumentals. John “Mojo” Mills said of the comp from which I plucked “Kaleidoscope” that it contains “the kind of incidental music to be heard during the trip scene of drug-ploitation flicks and no-budget sci-fi TV shows.” (https://www.allmusic.com/album/buzz-buzz-buzzzzzz-vol-2-mw0000088482). Ah, “Psych-Out”! They sure don’t make movies like that anymore. Hey, wait, Quentin, I have a screenplay!
Who is Peter Pan? Technicolor Web of Sound says:
Very little is known of this presumed to be studio concoction that issued one outstanding instrumental 45 . . . on the Challenge label in 1967. The record was the brainchild of a Jim Gordon . . . who would later go on to cut a respectable instrumental solo LP in 1969. It should also be noted that, contrary to popular belief this is not the same Jim Gordon of Derek & The Dominos fame.https://techwebsound.com/artist/?artist=963
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