There are two cool flower power songs on the Queen Anne’s Lace album that were written by singer-songwriter Peter Cofield (whose first album came out on Coral Records the previous year), Thank the Beautiful People (Thank the Young) and The Power of the Flower. These songs celebrate the best of the hippie spirit at least as well as the Tin Pan Alley-ish San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) (written by John Phillips – no relation to Anne Phillips, once again apparently – of the Mamas and the Papas and beautifully sung by Scott McKenzie).
Pop Promo 45 Peter Cofield - The Bed, The Bed On Metromedia Records. Peter Cofield Self Titled LP Vinyl Album 2Coral CRL 757508.
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Cofield, Peter - Peter Cofield. Sealed 1968 Original. Artist: Cofield, Peter Title: Peter Cofield Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Coral Catalog ID: 757508 Country: USA Our ID: 11601. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Writer's Block is the third album by Peter Bjorn and John. It was released on August 14, 2006. Taking a departure from the production of their first two albums, Writer's Block is an experimental, semi-concept album based around themes of the highs and lows of romance.
Peter Cofield Alice Of Wonderland. Peter Cofield The Power Of A Flower.
Bed is the third solo album by American singer-songwriter Juliana Hatfield, released in 1998 by Zoë Records. Bed was written in a few weeks, and recorded and mixed from March 9 to March 15, 1998 at Sound Station Seven in Providence, Rhode Island. Hatfield chose to record the album with a stripped-down sound and did not favor any digital processing effects.