If you listen to the single version of Where Can I Find You?, released sometime in 1973, you find almost a new song.
On the Light Up the Fire album, the song is a psych/folk/beat drone. It's a great album track.Review here.
Clearly the band or their record company felt the song was a single and they wanted to do something different.
The single version is New Seekerish. The New Seekers were big in 1972 and specialised in a very light form of folk/pop. There's a single lead vocalist, singing the tune as if playing live - it's probably Keith Rycroft. There's a lot of backing vocal, which does not feature on the album.
You can hear the single on this YouTube recording.
Full list of singles here.
Given the near absence of live recordings of Parchment, hearing two versions of one song is a treat. How many Parchment tracks were recorded twice?
This is what we can think of:
Working Man - live as Trinity Folk, on Sound Vision in Concert
- as B side of Where Can I Find You single
Light Up the Fire - as single and as opening track of album of same name
- as final track on Rehearsal for a Reunion
Where Can I Find You? - track on Light Up the Fire album
- single version in 1973
Denomination Blues - on unreleased third album
- on Shamblejam
People and Places - on unreleased third album
- on Rehearsal for a Reunion
And that's it - although we're currently looking into one more "almost Parchment" recording.
The promo single for Hollywood Sunset- You Are My Morning - used the album tracks