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Savoy Brown - The Bottom Line Encore Collection (2013)

12-02-2014, 16:31
Music | Blues | Rock



Savoy Brown - The Bottom Line Encore Collection (2013)

Artist: Savoy Brown
Title Of Album: The Bottom Line Encore Collection
Year Of Release: 1999/2013
Label: Koch Records
Genre: Blues Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:27
Total Size: 117 Mb
Covers: Front

Tracklist:
01. Nobody's Perfect ( 5:10)
02. Got Love If You Want It ( 4:28)
03. I Can't Get Next To You ( 5:26)
04. Cold Hearted Woman ( 3:39)
05. Bad Breaks ( 5:51)
06. Tell Mama (16:30)
07. When The Cat's Away ( 5:16)
08. Shot Down By Love ( 4:03)

Thirty-five years after its debut album, Savoy Brown is still flying the banner of British blues rock, still recording and still drawing enthusiastic crowds, including during a four-month U.S. tour in early 2002. Among the best loved, most respected and longest running of its genre, Savoy Brown is one of the magical names in blues rock.

The Best Of Savoy Brown edition of 20th Century Masters/The Millennium Collection (Polydor/UME), released May 7, 2002, brings together 11 of the band's classic tracks from the late '60s and early '70s, each digitally remastered.

Nineteen-year-old guitarist Kim Simmonds formed the band in 1966. Explosive live performances eventually led to Savoy Brown signing to Decca. But it was 1969 before its classic line-up gelled around Simmonds, guitarist "Lonesome" Dave Peverett and monocle and bowler hat-clad vocalist Chris Youlden. That year's Blue Matter and A Step Further albums conjured up at least three classics heard on The Best Of Savoy Brown: "Train To Nowhere," the live show-stopper "Louisiana Blues" (a Muddy Waters number) and "I'm Tired." Since its first visit, Savoy Brown had criss-crossed the U.S., and "I'm Tired" became the group's first hit single here. The band would find a greater reception in America than in its native England throughout its career.

1970's Raw Sienna followed, featuring "A Hard Way To Go" and "Stay While The Night Is Still Young." When Youlden then departed for a solo career, Lonesome Dave took over the lead vocal chores. Looking In, also 1970, sported not only "Poor Girl" and "Money Can't Save Your Soul" but one of the era's memorable LP covers, a troglodyte-like savage staring into an eye socket of a monstrous skull. Later, Peverett, bassist Tone Stevens and drummer Roger Earl departed to form the immensely successful but decidedly rock Foghat. Simmonds soldiered on, recruiting from blues band Chicken Shack drummer Dave Bidwell, keyboardist Paul Raymond and bassist Andy Silvester, and from the Birmingham club circuit vocalist Dave Walker.

The new line-up was a hit. On stage in America, the group was supported by Rod Stewart and the Faces. On album, Street Corner Talking (1971) and Hellbound Train (1972) launched favorites "Tell Mama," "Street Corner Talking," a cover of the Motown standard "I Can't Get Next To You" and the nine-minute epic "Hellbound Train" (decades later Love & Rockets adapted it as "Bound For Hell"). Walker then quit to join Fleetwood Mac.

Personnel changes would continue. But Savoy Brown, and the British blues rock it represents, has continued on.

The series 20th Century Masters/The Millennium Collection features new "best of" albums from the most significant music artists of the past century.


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