Prism Records was a DIY label. It managed one single. by Fairfield Parlour (previously known as 'Kaleidoscope'). Actually it was partly a reissue, because the 'A' side, 'Bordeaux Rose', had appeared on Vertigo (6059-003) in 1971. The single was of interest to fans of the band because the 'B'-side, 'Baby Stay For Tonight' wasn't available anywhere else until the CD era. The catalogue number was PRI-1 and it came out in 1976. Distribution was by President Records. Fairfield Parlour The group consisted of Eddy Pumer - lead guitar and organ (born Kenneth Edmund Pumer, 7 October 1947, Woolwich, South East London) Steve Clark - bass and flute (born in 1946 died 1 May 1999 Chelsea Bridge, South West London) Danny Bridgman - drums (born Daniel Bridgman) Peter Daltrey - lead vocals and organ (born Peter James Daltrey, 25 March 1946, Bow, East London). Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.