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Gettin' Down with Savoy Brown

Kim Simmonds remembers the first time he met the blues. Sure, growing up in 1950’s England he had some sonic encounters with homeboy Cliff Richard. But it was his brother’s magical record collection that introduced him to the wild, American sounds of Chuck Berry, Bill Haley, and Little Richard. 593 more words

Savoy Brown

Warning: These Are Not Metal Albums, No Matter What Their Covers Say

In the 1970s, after the Manson Family released a shockwave of bad vibes throughout the world and musicians began relating less and less to flower power, badass imagery crept back into what we now consider classic rock art. 954 more words

Grumblings

Stratman Vince Converse just likes to hang out in bars and play blues for women

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, NOV. 18, 1999

By Steve Newton

Vince Converse is one of those up-and-coming guitar slingers you read about in guitar magazines, a simmering talent just waiting to explode onto the music scene. 538 more words

Guitar Heroes

Album Review: Savoy Brown – Witchy Feelin'

Album Review of Savoy Brown: Witchy Feelin’

Yes, that Savoy Brown. Legendary British blues rockers you’d know mostly from the ’60s and ’70s, though they’ve been releasing music pretty steadily ever since. 559 more words

Geoff Wilbur

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers slay Vancouver with smokin' guitarists Montoya and Trout

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, NOV. 6, 1987

By Steve Newton

John Mayall knows blues guitarists. And it’s no wonder since he’s played with the best of them–guys like Eric Clapton and Mick Taylor. 366 more words

Vancouver

Tom Russell's Latest Might Be His Best

I’ve been a Tom Russell fan since 1975, when he sent me a copy of Ring of Bone, his superb duet album with Patricia Hardin. 923 more words

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