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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

Album Reviews

SAVOY BROWN - Witchy Feelin'

SAVOY BROWN
Witchy Feelin’
Label: Ruf Records
Released: August 25, 2017
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Savoy Brown

Friday New Releases - August 25th

It is the last Friday of August and school is back in session for most people (my kids actually start this coming Monday).  August has really sucked for new releases (for the most part).   261 more words

Rock

EH - Raw Guitar Solo Jam

“Raw Guitar Solo Jam” is a cool video of guitar riffs and licks. The video is not the best quality but it captures the solo! 61 more words

Savoy Brown - Looking In (1970)

3.5 out of 5 Stars!

I rather enjoyed this particular line-up of Savoy Brown—one that unfortunately made only a single album—which was basically the future band Foghat with a different lead guitarist (longtime Savoy Brown leader/founder Kim Simmonds, of course). 231 more words

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Savoy Brown - Rock 'n' Roll Warriors (1981)

4 out of 5 Stars!

The U.K.’s legendary Blues-Rock band Savoy Brown entered the ’80s with a new vocalist by the name of Ralph Mormon (fresh from recording with The Joe Perry Project) and seemed to have gained some much-needed rejuvenation in the process, delivering one of its hardest-rocking collections of tracks (albeit, less Blues-Rock oriented than previous albums). 258 more words

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What is Ascension to Me?

At 12 PM Tuesday and 1 PM Thursday for one hour I meet for an Ascension session with Savoy Brown. Savoy has trained me to visualize within my body and has trained me to burn energy out of the heart. 550 more words

Joseph Evaldi