Next show is a big one: 7″ RELEASE AT VIRACOCHA

Your next chance to see some live full-band Egg coincides with a full-blast party celebrating the release of our new seven-inch, “Ten Sleeves”/”Big Cigarette,” at Viracocha in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District. The tunes were recorded 100 percent analog at Tiny Telephone studios by the amazing Alan Weatherhead, then mastered by Bob Weston, whose “2000 Shellac bass rig is well-documented.

We are terribly excited. The new recordings are awesome and we’re playing them awesomely. Advance tickets—some with special prices that include HQ digital downloads or the record itself—can be purchased here.

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FREEMAN, “(For a While) I Couldn’t Play My Guitar Like a Man” (Live at WFUV)

I saw your friend Leroy on the hill.

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Alex and James, “Another Day”

The Egg’s Alex Jimenez and James Sundquist just laid down a new one on a Tascam 424.

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Miles Davis, “‘Call It Anything,’” Isle of Wight, August 1970.

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White-label pre-press copies of the “Big Cigarette” / “Ten Sleeves” single have arrived. We’re still on target for a March release. Stay tuned for details on the big celebratory show, but what the hell, here’s the date: Friday, March 27, in San Francisco! Save it!

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“[CCR's] set was not included in the Woodstock film or soundtrack because John Fogerty felt the band’s performance was subpar… Stu Cook, however, held an opposing view, saying, ‘The performances are classic CCR and I’m still amazed by the number of people who don’t even know we were one of the headliners at Woodstock ’69.’”

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Recently unearthed, just in time for the holidays: sixteen (16) Thunderegg T-shirts, heretofore believed to be forever out of stock! Find them, plus some of our other special physically-hold-it-in-your-hands merch, at https://thunderegg.bandcamp.com/merch.

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Can’t get enough of this jam lately. Philip Bailey, “Children of the Ghetto,” from Chinese Wall (Columbia, 1984).

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The legendary RX-202

There was a time when it was believed that, for optimum fidelity and reliability, a cassette motor should run in only one direction. But this didn’t necessarily mean you couldn’t have the convenience of an auto-reverse deck.

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I throw an egg at this wall…

…I watch it break and slide. Flashing back, in the best way, to listening to this album over and over sophomore year of college.

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