Though Kaleidoscope gigged a lot in Mexico City (and later Cuernavaca), none of them were actually from Mexico. Frank Tirado, of Puerto Rico, was on vocals and bass, Orly Vázquez, also of Puerto Rico, and Spanish transplant Pedrín García both commanded electric guitar. Rafael Cruz and Julio Arturo Fernández of the Dominican Republic handled drums and organ. They recorded their sole S/T album in 1967 at Fabiola Studios in the Dominican Republic, which wasn’t released until two years later by the Mexican label Orfeón.
|LP-12-666||Kaleidoscope (5)||Kaleidoscope (Album)||Orfeon||LP-12-666||Mexico||1969||Sell This Version|
|M.SF2-7144||Kaleidoscope (5) / Los Tontos*||Kaleidoscope (5) / Los Tontos* - Asi Somos (2xLP, Album, Mono)||Fono Industrias De Centroamerica||M.SF2-7144||Guatemala||1971||Sell This Version|
|LPT-114||Karma (113), Iron-Fire & Kaleidoscope (5)||Karma (113), Iron-Fire & Kaleidoscope (5) - Sound's Like Santana (LP, Album)||Tiempo||LPT-114||Mexico||1977||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|B-2001||Kaleidoscope (5)||Colours / I`m Crazy (7", Single)||Butter (4)||B-2001||Dominican Republic||1968||Sell This Version|
|F-149||Kaleidoscope (5)||A New Man / I’am Crazy (7", Single)||Fonica||F-149||Guatemala||Unknown||Sell This Version|