Egg (album)


Egg (album)

Infobox Album |
Name = Egg


Type = Album
Artist = Egg
Released = March 1970
Recorded = October 1969 (Landsdowne Studios, Trident Studios)
Genre = Progressive rock
Length = 40:30
Label = Deram
Producer = Egg
Reviews =
* Allmusic rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:c95h8qztbtn4 link]
Last album =
This album = "Egg (album)"
(1970)
Next album = "The Polite Force"
(1971)

"Egg" is the 1970 debut album of British band Egg.

Track listing

# "Bulb" – 0:09
# "While Growing My Hair" – 4:02
# "I Will Be Absorbed" – 5:11
# "Fugue In D Minor" – 2:49
# "They Laughed When I Sat Down At The Piano…" – 1:21
# "The Song Of McGuillicudie The Pusillanimous (or don't worry James, your socks are hanging in the coal cellar with Thomas)" – 5:07
# "Boilk" – 1:04
# "Symphony No. 2" – 20:40
#*Movement 1
#*Movement 2
#*Blane
#*Movement 4

2005 re-issue

The album was re-issued on CD in February 2005 by "Eclectic Discs". Remastered from the original tapes, the re-issue has three bonus tracks, including both sides of the band's first and only single ("Seven Is A Jolly Good Time"/"You Are All Princes") and "Movement 3" from "Symphony No. 2", which was omitted from the original LP due to copyright difficulties.

The track listing is as follows:

# "Bulb" – 0:09
# "While Growing My Hair" – 4:02
# "I Will Be Absorbed" – 5:11
# "Fugue In D Minor" – 2:49
# "They Laughed When I Sat Down At The Piano…" – 1:21
# "The Song Of McGuillicudie The Pusillanimous (or don't worry James, your socks are hanging in the coal cellar with Thomas)" – 5:07
# "Boilk" – 1:04
# "Symphony No. 2" – 23:58
#*Movement 1
#*Movement 2
#*Blane
#*Movement 3
#*Movement 4
# "Seven Is A Jolly Good Time" – 2:47
# "You Are All Princes" – 3:45

Personnel

* Dave Stewart (organ, piano, tone generator)
* Mont Campbell (bass, vocals)
* Clive Brooks (drums)

External links

* [http://calyx.club.fr/lyrics/egg/01.html Lyrics to "Egg"]


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