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Peter Daltrey And The Know Escape Running Through Chelsea Vinyl LP 2023

Cat no. TLAK1147

Disc: 1
1. Turn On Your Radio
2. Casablanca
3. Those Days
4. The Circle
5. Time And Tide
6. Running Through Chelsae
7. Houses and Rooms
8. Come Down from the Mountain
9. Elisa Lam
10. Hotel Juliet
11. No Girls On Mars
12. Bukowski's Tambourine
13. Wisteria Mews
14. Running Through Chelsea
15. Come Down From The Mountain
16. Elisa Lam
17. Bukowski's Tambourine
18. Wisteria Mews

Singer-songwriter Peter Daltrey returns with a brand-new album Running Through Chelsea together with The Know Escape. As one of Britain's finest songsmiths of the 1960s and 1970s, Peter's voice continues to convey magic and emotion with a lustre of lysergic lyrical lacquer. His brilliant 60's group Kaleidoscope were one of the great psychedelic groups to emerge from the U.K. during those heady days. With infectious pop tunes laced with folk-rock jingle-jangle goodness and anapaestic lyrics that set them apart from many of their contemporaries, Kaleidoscope were vital as was too their more progressive folk early '70s incarnation as Fairfield Parlour. The band has often been spoken about with the same reverence reserved for Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett era, despite their lack of mainstream success.

This is a 50-50 collaboration with Mark Mortimer, formerly of DC Fontana and The Sorrows, who has always been a fan of Peter's work. Chelsea is more sonic expressionism from the two musicians; the songs are "psychedelic" in a sense without ever falling into the trap of being shoddy xeroxes of past glories. As Spill Magazine put it:"This is not a retro or throwback album. This is an album that may be ahead of its time." This is modern, forward-looking music that longtime Kaleidoscope fans will enjoy.

The album is produced by Julian Cope producer Donald Ross Skinner in London and Rick Reil in New York.