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Kaleidoscope's latest or related album is Pulsating Dreams: The Epic Recordings
Which is released on 2010-03-30 from record company Floating World.
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Quick facts about Kaleidoscope
There are at least seven artists/bands that have used this name: a British psychedelic rock band, an American psychedelic band, an Australian power-pop/rock trio, a Mexican psychedelic hard rock band, a solo artist, an Italian eurodance trio, and an electronic musician.
1. Kaleidoscope were a British psychedelic rock band consisting of vocalist Peter Daltrey, guitarist Eddie Pumer, bassist Steve Clark and drummer Danny Bridgman. They signed to Fontana in 1967 and released two albums; “Tangerine Dream” in 1967 and “Faintly Blowing” in 1969. After being dropped by Fontana after a lack of chart success, they changed their name to Fairfield Parlour and signed to Vertigo, releasing the album “From Home to Home” in 1970. A year later they recorded a rock opera called “White Faced Lady”, which wasn’t released at the time. It finally saw the light of day in 1991, when it was released under the band’s first name.
2. The American Kaleidoscope from outside Los Angeles was a psychedelic band which covered a range of influences from country to folk to blues to jazz to acid rock to eastern ragas and points in between. They released four albums and then members ended up in other bands and session work, most notably David Lindley and Chris Darrow. Clarence Page often called Kaleidoscope his favorite band of all time. Discography:
Side Trips (1967)
A Beacon From Mars (1968)
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