Sunday, April 05, 2015

The Peep Show - Maze (1967-1968 LP Comp.)



This obscure London-based four-piece group is best remembered
for Mazy, a dreamy, rather haunting slice of flower power.
Apparently, their 45s were jointly produced by Peter Meadon,
who'd helped mould The Who in their early days as The High
Numbers, and Norman Jopling, who worked at 'Record Mirror'.
Your Servent, Steven was also recorded by The Blues Magoos.

All tracks recorded 1967 except A6 & B8, 1968. 
Tracks A1 to B7 produced for New Wave Productions Ltd. 
Sleeve design at Waldo's Design & Dream Emporium.







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