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    Main » 2015 » January » 31 » Savoy Brown ~ 1969a ~ Blue Matter
    Savoy Brown ~ 1969a ~ Blue Matter
    Savoy Brown ~ 1969a ~ Blue Mattergenre: rhythm'n'blues
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers, 237 mb)
    time: 40'47"

    Blue Matter is the third album by the band Savoy Brown. Teaming up once again with producer Mike Vernon, it finds them experimenting even more within the blues framework. Several tracks feature piano (played by Bob Hall, guitarist Kim Simmonds, and vocalist Chris Youlden, who even plays guitar here) as well as trombone.
    This album featured a mix of live and studio recordings. The live tracks were recorded on December 6, 1968 at the now defunct City of Leicester College of Education because the band was scheduled to tour the USA and needed additional tracks to complete the album in time for the tour. The booking at the college represented their only chance to record the extra tracks in a live venue before embarking on the tour. An offer to perform the concert free of charge was accepted by Chris Green, the college Social Secretary, who had made the original booking, and the concert was duly recorded, a number of the live tracks being added to the album.
    Due to the fact that Chris Youlden was suffering from tonsillitis, Dave Peverett stood in as lead vocalist on the live tracks.

    "Train to Nowhere" (Chris Youlden, Kim Simmonds) – 4:12
    "Tolling Bells" (Youlden, Simmonds) – 6:33
    "She's Got a Ring in His Nose and a Ring on Her Hand" (Youlden) – 3:07
    "Vicksburg Blues" (Youlden, Bob Hall) – 4:00
    "Don't Turn Me From Your Door" (John Lee Hooker) – 5:04
    "Grits Ain't Groceries (All Around The World)" (Titus Turner) – 2:42 (Bonus track)
    "May Be Wrong" (Dave Peverett) – 7:50
    "Louisiana Blues" (Muddy Waters) – 9:06
    "It Hurts Me Too" (Mel London) – 6:53

    Savoy Brown ~ 1969a ~ Blue Matter inside

    Chris Youlden – Lead Vocal, Guitar, Piano
    Kim Simmonds – Lead Guitar, Harmonica, Piano
    "Lonesome" Dave Peverett – Rhythm Guitar, Vocal
    Rivers Jobe – Bass (on tracks 1, 2 and 4)
    Tone Stevens – Bass
    Roger Earl – Drums, Percussion
    Bob Hall – Piano
    Additional Musicians:
    Terry Flannery, Keith Martin, Alan Moore, Brian Perrin, Derek Wadsworth – Trombones (on track 1)
    Mike Vernon – Percussion (on track 1)

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