Savoy Brown was in good company with Fleetwood Mac (the pre-1972 group), Spooky Tooth, The Move, and other great bands that received little or no airplay on the radio in America, except for a few FM stations in large cities. Saw Savoy Brown when Chris Youlden was with them and again when they toured for Street Cornor Talking. Good shows both. Atomic Rooster opened for them in 1972. Memorable night.
when foghat finally comes in for that big crash landing in the sky' thare will still be "savoy brown" the original boogie tunes band', hardly any sniveling luv ballads at all' ,the way it is meant to be', thats why its the blues & the blues rock true' huh payolla' not to be immitated', try as they/them may' huh payolla'oo'''come in please' roger that' roll it over & rock it out'' (or ve sa vu) 'ps' don't "forget'',,, its a boogie tune
Tell mama, I just can't ...this life I lead in Los Angeles..just can't cut it lose. I left 11 times and just have to come back. I'm a loner, a rambler and me 'n my guitar
don't need nuthing else but music like this..the good old days when sex was dirty and air was clean! Job? F that !