Savage Eye

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Savage Eye
Pretty Things Savage Eye.jpg
Studio album by The Pretty Things
Released January 1976
Recorded Olympic Studios, London, England
Genre Rock
Length 39:04 (original release)
Label Swan Song
Producer Norman Smith
The Pretty Things chronology
Silk Torpedo
Savage Eye
Cross Talk
Singles from Savage Eye
  1. "I'm Keeping… / Atlanta"
    Released: June 13, 1975
  2. "Sad Eye / Remember That Boy"
    Released: February 20, 1976

Savage Eye is the eighth album by the English rock band The Pretty Things, released in 1976. It was their second and last album on Led Zeppelin's Swan Song Records. The band broke up later the same year after the departure of lead singer Phil May.

Track listing

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Under the Volcano" Phil May, Pete Tolson 6:02
2. "My Song" May 5:12
3. "Sad Eye" Tolson 4:31
4. "Remember That Boy" May 5:04
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
5. "It Isn't Rock 'n' Roll" Jon Povey 4:07
6. "I'm Keeping" May 4:04
7. "It's Been So Long" May 5:07
8. "Drowned Man" May, Povey 4:23
9. "Theme for Michelle" (instrumental) Povey 1:59
Bonus tracks from 2002 CD reissue by Repertoire Records
No. Title Writer(s) Length
10. "Tonight" (A-side) Gordon Edwards 3:05
11. "Love Me a Little" (demo)   3:10
12. "Dance All Night" (demo)   2:53


  • Phil May – vocals
  • Pete Tolson – lead guitar, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, bass
  • Jon Povey – electric keyboards, harpsichord, vocals
  • Skip Alan – drums
  • Gordon John Edwards – vocals, keyboards, guitars
  • Jack Green – vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
  • Norman Smith – producer, saxophone
  • Keith Harwood – engineer


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