Reg Presley

Reg Presley (born Reginald Maurice Ball; 12 June 1941 – 4 February 2013) was an English singer-songwriter. He was best known as the lead singer with the 1960s rock and roll band The Troggs, whose best known hit was "Wild Thing", though their only UK number one single was the follow-up "With a Girl Like You".

Read more about Reg Presley:  Career, Health Problems and Death, Influence and Legacy

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Reg Presley - Influence and Legacy
... Presley's music has influenced Iggy Pop and won praise from Bob Dylan ... critic Lester Bangs called the Troggs the "godfathers of punk" and compared Presley to Marcel Proust ... Presley appears as a character in Steve Erickson's novel These Dreams of You (2012) ...
Track Listing - "Trogglodynamite" UK Original Track Listing - 2003 CD Re-issue Bonus Tracks
... Taylor) — 254 "6-5-4-3-2-1 (I Know What You Want)" (Reg Presley) — 233 "Give It to Me" (Reg Presley) — 213 "You're Lying" (Larry Page, Colin Frechter) — 221 "Nig ...
From Nowhere – The Troggs - Track Listing - 2003 CD Re-issue
... Chip Taylor) — 234 "The Yella In Me" (Reg Presley) — 238 "I Just Sing" (Reg Presley) — 209 "Hi Hi Hazel" (Bill Martin/Phil Coulter) — 243 "Lost ... Singleton Jr.) — 313 "With A Girl Like You" (Reg Presley) — 205* "I Want You" (Larry Page/Colin Frechter) — 213* "I Can't Control Myself" (Reg Presley ...

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