The Haggs: Mesmer Hide your women and sheep.....The Haggs are back and more insidious than ever with their new 2007 CD release, "Mesmer". This collection of pure 60's pop will undoubtedly launch the duo into an even higher level of stardom. As in the case with their self-titled debut CD, all songs were written, performed and produced by Rex Gray and Steve Aden. Here are some early comments: "Wow. What I've heard so far is great. I really enjoyed the first CD but this one seems more complex and sophisticated, yet accessible and fun to listen to. I hope you find some means to get this out there." Jeff K "It's fun! Very summer. Nice variety of guitar sounds within the 60's format. She's Got It - Reminds me of Mark Lindsay vocals. Pirate Cove - I like the guitar break before the final chorus. Satellite - Link Wray joins the Monkees. Garden of Eden - Reminds me a little of John Sebastian. Shine On - Is my favorite track. Naughty Boy - Elvis Costello joins the B-52s. Rebecca - There's a smidgeon of 'Pictures of Lily' in there. Wind on the Water - Nilsson. Nice track! Lots of fun. Drivin' Man - Good One! Won't You Stay - I like it!" Dan F "With the latest release The Haggs are bigger than Jesus! Or at least taller. And younger." Dave K "This is definitely your Revolver album although Satellite is totally The Who. On My Way Over is absolutely your best song on this album. Great tune and lyrics. Nice job." Sean T "Why didn't the opening song go on for 10 minutes?" Pete W If these assessments don't sway you, click on the tracks and have a listen.