Royal Servants "We" LP
The Royal Servants, forerunners of Eulenspygel, were formed in 1965 in the town of Reichenbach in Swabia. Starting out with beat, they gradually turned to blues-rock and, finally, progressive artrock. This development is well recognizable on their one and only LP 'We' (Elite Special PLPS 30130), released in 1970 in a small edition. Whereas their first songs are audibly in the 60s vein, e.g. their long track 'Latin Underground' is the finest of laid-back psychedelia and underground and bears its title honestly. In early 1971, the Royal Servants were one of the first German bands to write their songs in German, and so it was only consistent that they changed their name into Eulenspygel that very year. Their one and only LP 'We' is re-released now for the first time on vinyl and was taken from the master tapes. It contains an LP-sized 12-page insert.
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