The Peddlers

The Peddlers were an English jazz-rock/soul trio from Manchester that issued a clutch of singles on Philips during the mid-1960s, followed by three albums and further singles on CBS between 1967 and 1969. In 1972, the band teamed with the London Philharmonic Orchestra for the album Suite London on Philips. A live album of mostly pop covers followed on EMI in 1974. Drummer Trevor Morais later teamed with producer/keyboardist Rupert Hine and bassist John G. Perry in the jazz-rock/funk band Quantum Jump, which issued two albums in 1976/77 on the Electric Record Company.

Members: Roy Phillips (keyboards, vocals), Tab Martin (bass), Trevor Morais (drums, 1964-72), Paul Johnston (drums, 1972-76)


  • Freewheelers (1967)
  • Live at the Pickwick (1967)
  • Three in a Cell (1968)
  • Birthday (1969)
  • Three for All (1970)
  • Suite London (1972)
  • ‘Live’ in London (1974)

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