Posts Tagged ‘Savoy Brown’

Savoy Brown: Witchy Feelin’ Review

If you like the Louisiana swamp blues of Tony Joe White, you may well like this, the zillionth album from Kim Simmonds-helmed British blues outfit Savoy Brown.  Witchy Feelin’ may be a rather naff sounding title, but what lies behind it is deep deep blue.

Savoy Brown: Goin’ To The Delta Review

With their latest release, Goin’ To The Delta, Savoy Brown has provided another solid release, showcasing the groove, gritty vocals, and classic guitar playing that has made this British blues band legendary.

Top 20 Albums of 2011

2011 has been a spectacular year in music, especially in the world of blues rock. With so much great music to choose from the staff of Blues Rock Review got together to vote for our favorite albums of 2011. Here are 20 of the years best.

Savoy Brown: Voodoo Moon Review

After forty-five years and hundreds of gigs, Savoy Brown have released their latest offering, Voodoo Moon, after recently signing with German record label Ruff Records. The band have become a firm fixture in blues rock history since they first appeared on the scene in 1965. Over the years Savoy Brown have featured over one hundred […]

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