"When the moon disappears forever; And the sun shines electric blue; And the mountains and trees stumble into the sea; To rest there for eternity; No matter what you do; I will still love you."
Those beautiful yet powerful words haunted me since 1978, when I was 14 years old. I Will Still Love You is one of my favourite songs of all time, and I owned the Stonebolt album on vinyl (2 copies of them, in case one got scratched.) Like many, I too searched (and searched, and searched) for this song on CD but I never could find it until some time last year, when this CD was released. I bought it without hesitation, and lived to regret it. Why? Because the songs on the CD are re-recorded versions; or "regenerated", as the title of the CD suggests. Fortunately, a couple of months later, the original version of "I Will Still Love You" was included on Barry Scott's Lost 45's Vol.2. For those who truly love the song, go buy the Lost 45's CD, instead.
Rating - 1 star for the album; 5 stars for the song.