Savoy Brown-She's Got The Heat
Savoy Brown-She's Got The Heat
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Savoy Brown-She's Got The Heat

An English band that was part of the blues rock movement in the 60's & 70's. Eric Burdon, Eric Clapton, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, The Yardbirds, The Stones etc. and of course Savoy Brown all helped introduced the blues rock genre to the mainstream, predominately Caucasian audience. Checking their bio they have a zillion ex-members and counting. I have their 1971 album release, 'Street Corner Talking'.
Kim Simmonds is one of the most underrated blues guitarist ever.
Strange fact about this band. They were never the band to listen to as far as their English audience was concerned. Savoy Brown's success was internationally based. The were immensely popular in Canada, The States, and even the far reaches of Australia and New Zealand. Never much of a musical presence in England. The one album I have of theirs was recorded in Hollywood, California. Hmmm....go figure. Peace....
You can find the complete Savoy Brown LP 'Street Corner Talking' here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCSmA0gf14A
Put on your earphones on and experience the 'krackle and pops' associated with wax albums of that era! Once again kool stuff:))

Genre: Blues Rock
Category
Music
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EuroGirl

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Views: 129
Uploaded: 2 months ago
Duration: 03:52
Videos: 99
Subscribers: 26
Description
Savoy Brown-She's Got The Heat

An English band that was part of the blues rock movement in the 60's & 70's. Eric Burdon, Eric Clapton, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, The Yardbirds, The Stones etc. and of course Savoy Brown all helped introduced the blues rock genre to the mainstream, predominately Caucasian audience. Checking their bio they have a zillion ex-members and counting. I have their 1971 album release, 'Street Corner Talking'.
Kim Simmonds is one of the most underrated blues guitarist ever.
Strange fact about this band. They were never the band to listen to as far as their English audience was concerned. Savoy Brown's success was internationally based. The were immensely popular in Canada, The States, and even the far reaches of Australia and New Zealand. Never much of a musical presence in England. The one album I have of theirs was recorded in Hollywood, California. Hmmm....go figure. Peace....
You can find the complete Savoy Brown LP 'Street Corner Talking' here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCSmA0gf14A
Put on your earphones on and experience the 'krackle and pops' associated with wax albums of that era! Once again kool stuff:))

Genre: Blues Rock
Category
Music
Tags
EuroGirl