Hot Cold and Custard
Download links and information about Hot Cold and Custard by Peter & Gordon. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 29:24 minutes.
|Artist:||Peter & Gordon|
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|1.||I Feel Like Going Out||2:43|
|2.||Freedom Is a Breakfast Food||2:20|
|4.||The Magic Story of the Park Keeper and His Fairy Godmother||2:14|
|5.||Sippin' My Wine||3:09|
|7.||You've Had Better Times||3:06|
|8.||The Quest for the Holy Grail||2:42|
|9.||She Needs Love||2:34|
|11.||'Cos You're a Star||2:24|
By 1968, the jig was up for Peter & Gordon. Their final Top 40 hit had been the previous year, trends had passed them by, and in all it was time for them to split. Their final LP, Hot Cold & Custard, did find them plugging into the fey orchestrated psychedelic-tinged British pop of the Sgt. Pepper's era to some degree, somewhat along the lines of what Chad & Jeremy were doing with more ambition on albums like Of Cabbages and Kings. That's evident from the backwards effects on the very first seconds of the very first track, "I Feel Like Going Out." It's also present on several song with a distinctly period British songwriting take that looks at British social life with a wry amusement, like "The Magic Story of the Park Keeper," "Uncle Hartington," and "The Quest for the Holy Grail." But the songs really aren't anything special, though Peter & Gordon bring their customary uplifting harmonies to the occasion; none of them demand a place on a Peter & Gordon best-of, aside perhaps from the nice bittersweet pop-folk-rock of "Greener Days." A few of the tracks don't fit into the somewhat artier-than-usual approach, instead sounding more like late-'60s pop as usual, and these — "She Needs Love," "You've Had Better Times," and the aforementioned "Greener Days" — are the better songs.