Saturday, July 28, 2007

The Eggy- You’re Still Mine


The Eggy- You’re Still Mine/Hookey-Spark SRL 1024 (1969 UK)

The Eggy were formed by ex-Sorrows guitarist Roger Lomas and possibly included Pip Whitcher (also ex Sorrows). You’re Still Mine is an amazing Proto Glam/ Late Freakbeat number with incredible over the top Wah Wah guitar effects and a superb twin lead break. It bridges the 60s and 70s perfectly and is a top tune as well. The B Side Hookey is also great, reminding me of The Smoke at their best.
Roger Lomas would later re-appear with Renegade (A Little Rock ’N’ Roll/My Revolution on Dawn) and The Dodgers before taking on a producer’s role in the late 70s/80s.

Click below for edits of You’re Still Mine and Hookey

3 comments:

duck_stab said...

KILLER! This one's up there with Southern Sound and Leviathan for true post-freakbeat heaviness. Perfect!

Matt Gee said...

Cracker! "You're Still Mine" appeared on the first of the "Circus Days" CD series.

laurent said...

My dad bill bates sung the vocals on this record.they really thought this would make them,they were close.it's a great song.