45s: 1 Mazy/Your Servant, Steven (Polydor BM 56196) 1967 2 Esprit De Corps/Mino In A Mix-Up (Polydor BM 52226) 1968
This obscure London-based four-piece group is best remembered for Mazy, a dreamy, rather haunting slice of flower power. Apparently, their 45s were jointly produced by Peter Meadon, who'd helped mould The Who in their early days as The High Numbers, and Norman Jopling, who worked at 'Record Mirror'. Your Servent, Steven was also recorded by The Blues Magoos.
Compilation coverage has included: Mazy on Rubble Vol. 13: Freakbeat Fantoms (LP), Rubble Vol. 7 (CD), Visions Of The Past, Vol. 2 (LP & CD), We Can Fly (CD) and The Best Of Rubble Collection Vol. 1 (CD).
Tracks : 01 - Your Servant Stephen 02 - Maze 03 - Big Giant Man 04 - Lost My Lover 05 - Lovey Dovey Feeling 06 - Silver Queen Of The Screen 07 - When You're Getting Tired 08 - Rum Sensation 09 - Called And Chosen 10 - Esprit De Corps 11 - The Hovercraft Song 12 - Goodbye Child 13 - Morning 14 - Do Not Wait For Better Times 15 - Maze # 2 16 - My Friends And I