The Peddlers

Latest Update

31 January 2021

Addition to Galleries Page - Personal Collection.  Thanks to Dave Stewart.

7 July 2020

Addition to Galleries page - Peddlers on Dutch TV.  Thanks to Terry Sinett.

13 May 2020

Thanks to Terry Sinnett for additions to Galleries page.

10 October 2018

Great New Roy Phillips album, "Standard Procedure 1"

A set of songs given the classic Peddlers treatment includes "Summertime", "Got My Mojo Working", "Let It Be" and a live version of "My Way" recorded in 1974 by the Peddlers in Amsterdam.

now available from Roy's website  

8 April 2017

Thanks to our friend Bas Mollenkramer for these images of the ultra rare

French release of 'Suite London'

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8 March 2013

New image sent in by Jurgen Degasperi!

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13 July 2012

Live Photos 1976-1980

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15 June 2012

 'Southern Woman'

TV clip added to Discography

See 'Birthday'

 5 June 2012

New Gallery Page

6 Sept 2007

Ladies and gentlemen,
The Peddlers

24 Sept 2007 

Roy's New CD

Dancing With Shadows

19 August 2006

Suite London

15 April 2006

'Suite London' now on cd! Order here    

7 March 2006

Tis' here enjoy

Click the above link for Roy Phillip's new album! and DVD


Quantum Jump


Quantum Jump were formed by musician and producer Rupert Hine and attempted to mix jazz rock with 70's funk.  The line up was Rupert Hine (Vocals, keyboards), John G Perry (Vocals,bass), Mark Warner (guitar) and Trevor Morais (Drums, Percussion).

Quantum Jump made two albums, 'Quantum Jump' released in 1976 and 'Barracuda' released in 1977.  A third album 'Mixing' was released after the band had split in 1979 and features remixes and overdubbed versions of tracks from the first two albums.  The group also provided the music for the film 'The Shout' in 1979.   

Quantum Jump (The Electric Record Company, TRIX 1) 1976.

Tracks:  Captain Boogaloo/Over Rio/The Lone Ranger/No American Starship/Alta Loma Road/Cocabana Havana/Constant Forest/Something At The Bottom Of The Sea.

The CD edition released in 1999 on the Voiceprint label (MPVPO12CD) features the following bonus tracks:  Captain Boogaloo ('Mixing' version)/The Lone Ranger ('Mixing' and hit single version)/No American Starship 'Mixing' version)/Over Rio ('Mixing' version)/Drift (b-side). 


Barracuda (The Electric Record Company TRIX 3) 1977

Tracks:  Don't Look Now/The Seance/Barracuda/Starbright Park/Love Crossed (Like Vines In Our Eyes)/Blue Mountain/Europe On A Dollar Day/Neighbours.

The CD (Voiceprint MPVPO13CD) again features bonus tracks:

Don't Look Now ('Mixing' version)/Blue Mountain ('Mixing' version)/Barracuda ('Mixing' version)/Take Me To The Void Again (incomplete 'work in progress' mix, never released)/ Summer In The City ('abandoned Lovin' Spoonful cover).

Mixing (The Electric Record Company TRIX 11) 1979

Captain Boogaloo (Remix)/The Lone Ranger (Remix)/Barracuda (Remix)/No American Starship (Remix)/ Don't Look Now (Remix)/Blue Mountain (Remix)/Over Rio (Remix)/Neighbours.

Quantum Jump also released the following singles:

The Lone Ranger/Drift (Electric WOT 2) 1976.

No American Starship/The Lone Ranger/Alto Loma Road (Electric WOT 9) 1976.

(Oh My Lord) Don't Look Now/The Seance (Too Spooky) (Electric WOT 15) 1977.

The Lone Ranger (Remix)/The Seance (Too Spooky) (Electric W0T 33) 1979.

No American Starship (Remix)/Love Crossed (Electric WOT 37) 1979.

Quantum Jump's music is difficult to label (Frank Zappa is one suggestion) but they are best remembered for the hit single 'The Lone Ranger' which became a hit after it had been featured as the theme tune for the Kenny Everett show!  Apparently a video was made to promote the record which made number five in the UK chart.