We Luv Wight was a complicated twist towards the currently confusing discography from the Uk psychedelic music group Kaleidoscope. In 1970, soon after Kaleidoscope transformed their name to Fairfield Parlour, they documented an individual for Philips, “Allow World Clean In”/”Medieval Masquerade,” beneath the pseudonym of I Luv Wight. An average hippie-ish folk psych-pop Kaleidoscope/Fairfield Parlour structure, the A-side was meant as the theme music for the Isle of Wight event that year. Increasing its cumbersome information, though it was compiled by Peter Daltrey and Eddie Pumer of Fairfield Parlour, it had been credited towards the pseudonyms Newens and Baker. Nevertheless, it was not really utilized as the festival’s theme in the end. Both “Allow World Clean In” as well as the B-side, the instrumental “Medieval Masquerade,” had been reissued as reward tracks within the double-CD arranged The Fairfield Parlour Years, which include both Fairfield Parlour albums.