Quartet formed by Peter Nelson from his previous group (Peter Nelson & the Holidaymakers), the name Peter’s Encounters sounded cooler compared to the group’s music evidently did — 1 might’ve wished for an excellent, hard mod audio, given their usage of the slang term “encounter,” however they were much less intense, than, state, the Small Encounters or the Who also. Nelson sang and performed bass, while Tony Hall dealt with the rhythm acoustic guitar and saxophone, John McDonald performed lead (been successful for a while by Vic Briggs, who was simply billed at that time as Antion Meredith), and Peter Coleman performed the drums. These were authorized to Pye Information’ Piccadilly label and released three singles during 1964 and 1965: “Why Do You Bring Him towards the Dance” b/w “She’s in Like,” “Wait around” b/w “EXACTLY LIKE Romeo and Juliet,” and “De-Boom-Lay-Boom” b/w “Suzie Q,” non-e which ever charted, though this last evidently arrived close. Nelson attempted for a single profession in 1965 like a balladeer on Piccadilly, and later on, with Encounters member Robin Shaw, he previously a submit developing the Flowerpot Males with the users from the Ivy Little league. They loved some achievement on Deram Information with “Let’s Head to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA” and by 1970, with Nelson and Shaw still aboard, experienced morphed into White colored Plains, who acquired popular with “My Baby Loves Lovin’.” Shaw and guitarist Tony Hall apparently continue steadily to perform in the 21st hundred years as associates of the existing model of Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers, functioning the oldies circuit in Britain and continental European countries. Among their music, “I Don’t Treatment,” continues to be released on Compact disc, in the Sequel label’s Hippy Hippy Tremble: Beat Period, Vol. 2 compilation.