EG
RECORDS

Independent label: EG Records was formed by David Enthoven and John Gaydon's EG Management, though by the time the label appeared both Enthoven and Gaydon had left the company.  In 1978, after a decade or so a management agency, EG started issuing records on its own label.  Bands such as King Crimson and Roxy Music, which were under contract to EG, moved to the new label.  EG singles had rather plain injection-moulded labels, betraying their Polydor / Polygram associations.  Both EG and Polydor logos appeared on the label, but on occasions they were so small as to be scarcely visible. Singles shared POSP-0 and 2001-000 series with Polydor's own singles.  The EG logo appeared on records from February 1978 onwards. Distributed By Polydor Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

  
77 Nasty Pop Love In The Raw EG 2001 702
77 Bryan Ferry This Is Tomorrow  EG 2001 704
77 Bryan Ferry Tokyo Joe EG 2001 711
77 Julie Covington, Charlotte Cornwell, Rula Lenska, Sue Jones-Davies O.K. EG 2001 714
77 Roxy Music Virginia Plain / Pyjamarama EG 2001 739
77 Brian Eno King'S Lead Hat EG 2001 762
78 Bryan Ferry What Goes On / Casanova EG 2001 775
78 U.K In The Dead Of Night EG 2001 783
78 Bryan Ferry Sign Of The Times EG 2001 798
78 Bryan Ferry Carrickfergus EG 2001 834
78 Phil Manzanera Remote Control EG 2001 835
78 Roxy Music Trash  EG 2001 853
79 Roxy Music Dance Away  EG 2001 872
79 Uk  Rendezvous 6:02 EG 2001 889
79 Roxy Music Angel Eyes EG 2001 900
79 Jack Knife Walking On Heaven'S Ground EG 2001 910
80 Roxy Music Over You EG 2001 961
80 Roxy Music Oh Yeah EG 2001 972
80 John Wetton I'Ll Be There EG 2001 976
83 Screamin' Jay Hawkins I Put A Spell On You (Version 80) / Armpit Nš6 EG 2001 994
  
79 Roxy Music Trash EG POSP 032
79 Roxy Music Dance Away EG POSP 044
79 Uk Nothing To Lose EG POSP 055
79 Roxy Music Angel Eyes EG POSP 067
80 Roxy Music Over You EG POSP 093
80 Screamin' Jay Hawkins I Put A Spell On You EG POSP 183

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