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Savoy Brown

Part of the late-'60s blues-rock movement, Britain's Savoy Brown never achieved as much success in their homeland as they did in America, where they promoted their albums with nonstop touring. The band was formed and led by guitarist Kim Simmonds, whose dominating personality has led to myriad personnel changes; the original lineup included singer Bryce Portius, keyboardist Bob Hall, guitarist Martin Stone, bassist Ray Chappell, and drummer Leo Manning. This lineup appeared on the band's 1967 debut, Shake Down, a collection of blues covers. Seeking a different approach, Simmonds dissolved the group and brought in guitarist Dave Peverett, bassist Rivers Jobe, drummer Roger Earl, and singer Chris Youlden, who gave them a distinctive frontman with his vocal abilities, bowler hat, and monocle. With perhaps its strongest lineup, Savoy Brown quickly made a name for itself, now recording originals like "Train to Nowhere" as well. However, Youlden left the band in 1970 following Raw Sienna, and shortly thereafter, Peverett, Earl, and new bassist Tony Stevens departed to form Foghat, continuing the pattern of consistent membership turnover. Simmonds collected yet another lineup and began a hectic tour of America, showcasing the group's now-refined bluesy boogie rock style, which dominated the rest of their albums. The group briefly broke up in 1973, but re-formed the following year. Throughout the '80s and '90s Simmonds remained undeterred by a revolving-door membership and continued to tour and record. Their first album for the Blind Pig label, Strange Dreams, was released in 2003, followed by Steel in 2007. Subsequent LPs include the compilation Too Much of a Good Thing, Voodoo Moon, Goin' to the Delta, and 2015's The Devil to Pay, the latter of which was billed as Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown. ~ Steve Huey
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Goin' To The Delta

1. Laura Lee

2. Sad News

3. Nuthin' Like The Blues

4. When You've Got A Good Thing

5. Cobra

6. Backstreet Woman

7. Goin' To The Delta

8. Just A Dream

9. Turn Your Lamp On

10. I Miss Your Love

11. Sleeping Rough

12. Going Back

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Track List: The Blues Keep Me Holding On

1. Going Down To Mobile

2. She's Leaving

3. That's All I Want Baby

4. The Blues Keep Me Holding On

5. Bad Shape

6. Mississippi Steamboat

7. Ain't No Need To Worry

8. Headline News

9. Little Red Rooster

10. When You've Got A Good Friend

11. Everybody Says They Want It

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Track List: Let It Ride

1. Yesterday's Blues

2. Flat Out

3. Let Me Be Your Driver

4. Feel Like Crying

5. Looking Out

6. Let It Ride

7. Cruisin' Speed

8. Don't Tell Me Nothing

9. Ain't No Sunshine

10. Nothing But The Blues

11. Down All The Days

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Track List: Raw Sienna

1. A Hard Way To Go

2. That Same Feelin'

3. Master Hare

4. Needle And Spoon

5. A Little More Wine

6. I'm Crying

7. Stay While The Night Is Young

8. Is That So

9. When I Was A Young Boy

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Track List: Step Further

1. Made Up My Mind

2. Waiting In The Bamboo Grove

3. Life's One Act Play

4. I'm Tired/Where Am I

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Getting to the Point, Blue Matter, Looking In and on and on...This band did the Blues as the Blues should be done.
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Please let me
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Hell Bound Train...exce l l e n t , Pandora step up and expand please
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phil.weimer
There is a huge catalog for Savoy Brown. it is really sad that not much is available here on Pandora
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Long John Baldry, Fleetwood Mac prior to Buckingham/N i c k s and Savory Brown on one bill ? Fantastic ! One of my buddies has a T Shirt that says I May Be Old, But I Got To See All The Cool Bands. Haha I want one too
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Hey Pandora where's Hell Bound Train? You saw them 1972, so did I PSU. Long John Baldry opened, followed by Fleetwood Mac with Danny Kirwan and Bob Welch. No Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham at that time. Savoy Brown ended the night with Hell Bound Train. Those conditions still apply today. it was a good show though.
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Hellbound train, stret corner talkin, boogie brothers, jack the toad, etc. When i see "discography " i want the whole mess, dummy!
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Saw them in 1972 awsome concert singer climbed up to tthr top of the speaker tower and threw beers out to the crowd.
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NO STUFF ! YES !!!
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Street corner talking and Lion's share. I believe their best work. Had them back in the day on vinyl. Not a bad song. Drop the tone arm and enjoy
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david_e_ande r s o n
Sounds a lot like Duke Tumatoe from Chicago and now
Indianapolis area: http://www.d u k e t u m a t o e . c o m /
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Don't know nor do I wanna cool tune
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One of my favorite bands from the early 70's, sorry that I never got a chance to see them live. There never was a vocalist quite like Chris Youlden and hasn't been one since. His hard to find solo albums have some good cuts on them.
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Chris Youlden's departure from Savoy Brown changed the dynamic of the band. Not bad but not as good, although Simmonds and Peverette were pretty good musicians. Still play Blue Matter and Raw Sienna today, as well as A Step Further.
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GREW UP LISTENING TO THESE GUYS, THERE MUSIC IS TIMELESS, AS GOOD TODAY AS IN THE 60S/80S
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Ahhhhh the Grande Ballroom in Detroit 1968.Savoy Brown jammed.Many a night getting lit and rocking with the band.Miss those days but hey I still have my memories.
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Make me sweat lp very good. 1988.
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Where's 'looking in ' ? That has to be here right?
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Street Corner Talkin' and Hellbound Train are from the last pre-Foghat incarnation of SB....but they also skipped over such classics as Blue Matter and Getting to the Point, among others. I fried too many brain cells all those years ago - which other early albums am I forgetting.. . ?
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frankierc123
Left out a couple middle years albums , namely Street Corner Talking and Hellbound Train.
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Train To No Where
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Where is Train To Nowhere-come on!
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Hellbound Train a classic.Give it up Pandora.Thro w the pandora crowd a bone here.Boogie Brothers.We r listening.Le t s all enjoy.These great classics.
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I saw savoy Brown 3 times 67,68,69 in Seattle over looked underrated they blew fleetwood mac out of the bldg they where GREAT with Humble Pie
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Saw SB at the Michigan Theater in Jackson. Michigan a couple years ago. There was hardly anyone there! I couldn't believe it! I hope they weren't bummed out! Please come back!!!
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I agree that too many good Savoy Brown Albums are missing particularly Hell Bound Train!!
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How bout the album 'looking in ' that has to be on here ...poor girl and money are must hears ...
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I agree with tcookjw. I just signed up and expected SCT and HBT to be in the line up. If those albums are not in here then they need to be at least surely for those who haven't had the joy of hearing them.
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tcookjw
Why isnt there Street Corner Talkin' and Hell Bound Train included in the album selections?
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Is Boogie Brothers not available? It includes one of the greatest blues vocals ever! My Loves Lying Down. Problem is you can't find it anywhere, unless you have the original album.
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Street Corner Talkin', Hellbound Train, Jack the Toad, Raw Sienna....OM G if you haven't listened to these you NEED too! Listened to all of them since the '70's. They NEVER get old.
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I agree hellhound train the old classics
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This is ancient savoy brown.Follow for Follow. Playing this in 60s radio Shake it.
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smooth07
Continued 2: Try some of Kim's solo albums. He plays and sings some of the best sugar-blues I have ever heard.
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smooth07
Continued: Kim's guitar style, like Chet Atkins, Mark Knopfler and Buddy Guy's is so distinctive that your ears can pick him out of a 1,000 others. Try the Jack the Toad and lion's Share albums on a quiet night, with a bottle of your favorite Port and a Spleef of your best... ooh, what a feeling.
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smooth07
Kim Simmonds and Savoy Brown are absolutely the best Boogie and Blues-a-Rock i n ' group of all time. They have remained my favorite band for over 40 years (since the mid 60s). Over those years all of the band's members have moved in-and-out and/or moved on to different groups, but Kim has remaimed and carried on with his original bent; that is, the best neck-twistin g , string-bendi n g boogie-blues , rockin, kick-a** music around. Kim's guitar style, like Chet Atkins, Mark knopfler and Buddy Guy's is
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I think an American tour with Chris Youlden and Kim Simmonds along with some other surviving members back together again would draw some impressive numbers of fans.
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jssdmd
Pretty sparse offering of Savoy Brown catalog. Looking In is my favorite. Really surprised there's no mention of Blue Matter the live tracks on side two are outstanding.
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I had Lions share on 8-track, back in the seventies.
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kvons1
SAVOY got much less airplay and recognition in the US then they deserved.
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love this music the more of it i get to hear
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Can you belive this . I had street cornor talking on a 8-track tape thats how long i listened to savoy brown
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there was so much great music back then that alot of people dont know about.i was tuned in to this and Johnny Winter,Ry cooder,i guess i was kind of a snob with my music taste.Jimmpy Page is the most over rated slinger in the world.put him up agast roy bucannon,ror y gallege,jeff beck and he sounds like a 12 year old 2months after getting a axe for xmas.Led z is so over rated
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I love Savoy Brown but I hated the LP side long boogies that some bands insisted on in the 60's and 70's almost as much as I hated drum solos. Thumbs down to the 14 minute boogie from A Step Further.
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that's S T A R T E L L E D ! *******
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Now That's GREAT British Blues ! They are unbelievable I Love this Band! I saw them a few months back and was totally S T A R T L L E D !
to say the very least ! Kim Simmons better than Clapton & Beck Go see
them if possible You will not want to miss this great 45 year old band!
(*)W O W ! (*)
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Lookin' In and Hellbound Train are old favorites.
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Love Savoy...I wish they had my personal fav track...Goin g Down to Mobile, but I do see 'Aint no Sunshine' on here...anoth e r great one. Street Corner Talkin' would be a good album to have here as well. Oh well, you can't have it all, where would you put it?
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dusterado
My favorite SB album is Street Cornier Talkin....I have put it on durin a party and the next thing I knew , everyone was dancin....Li o n s Share is also very good
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I agree with { the known journey } one of their best albums, which is rarely heard, is LOINS SHARE
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