These Peter & Gordon
albums, originally released on Capitol, capture the duo's Everly Brothers
-inspired harmonies, coupled with the softer material that secured their reputation throughout the early years of the British Invasion. Lady Godiva
, A Knight in Rusty Armour
, and In London for Tea
were released in 1967, and for the most part are interchangeable. The combined albums deliver 33 relaxing cuts that feature the hit "Lady Godiva" along with numerous cover versions including the Phil Ochs
composition "The Flower Lady." It's not a bad way to acquire the albums if you don't already own them, but isn't recommended for the casual fan.