More freakbeat at Surfadelic. These two London garage gangs made some of the best examples of mid 60s mod/freakbeat sound. The Eyes with their ’65/’66 singles trax When The Night Falls, I’m Rowed Out and You’re Too Much were more than equal rivals to The Who [even made parody with ”My Degeneration”]. The Birds, Ron Woods’ first group were R&B influenced hard rockin’ Mod band that recorded several singles for Decca records from ’64 to ’66, with You’re On My Mind, killer cover of Leaving Here, Next In Line, No Good Without You Baby, How Can It Be and final ’66 single Say Those Magic Words. In 1966, they did a cameo appearance in the horror film The Deadly Bees, performing their song “That’s All I Need you For”. Shame, neither of groups made an lp but you could hear ’em on various comps as The Perfumed Garden, Nuggets II, English Freakbeat etc. Say Those Magic Words… Dig!!!