EIDETIC PHASES: THE SPECTRUM – RCA VICTOR SINGLES 1967-68

The Spectrum appear to have been lost in time and largely forgotten about. That was until re-issue label Grapefruit released “All The Colours Of The Spectrum” on CD in 2017. Have a listen to my mix of their 1967-68 singles then go out and buy the CD. You won’t be disappointed.

“Samantha’s Mine” / “Saturday’s Child” (RCA Victor 1589) 1967

“Portobello Road” / “Comes The Dawn” (RCA Victor 1619) 1967

“Headin’ for A Heatwave” / “I Wanna Be With You” (RCA Victor 1651) 1967

“London Bridge Is Coming Down” / “Tables And Chairs” (RCA Victor 1700) 1968

“Forget Me Not” / “Little Red Boat By The River” (RCA Victor 1753) 1968

“Music Soothes The Savage Breast” / “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” (RCA Victor 1775) 1968

(below photo credit: Haydn Jones)

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