In which Savoy Brown emerge from the depths of their trad-blues commitments to deliver a uniquely laid back but strong 1969 truth – a time when, if you were properly cool, you had very long hair, smoked a lot of dope, and didn’t mince words when it came to your opinion on the f***ed up state of the world, man.
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In 1969, “Blue Matter” by the British Blues band Savoy Brown was released. The band at the time was lead vocalist, pianist & and guitarist Chris Youlden, lead guitarist, harmonica, & pianist Kim Simmonds, guitarist Dave Peverett, bassists Tone Stevens & Rivers Jobe, drummer Roger Earl and pianist Bob Hall. 413 more words