Savoy Brown

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Savoy Brown - Kings Of Boogie Kings Of Boogie
Pop New - LP GNPS 2196 GNP
Sealed, Rare 1989 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Blue Matter Blue Matter
Pop Used - LP PAS 71027 Parrot
Mint 1969 Gatefold Original. A Five Star Blues-Rock Album Featuring The Vocal Talents Of Chris Youlden. 1C/1C Bell Sound Stampers.... more details
 
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Step Further
Pop Used - LP SKL 5013 Decca
Beautiful 1969 UK Decca In Box Label Stereo. High Gloss Cover. 1W/1W Stampers.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Lion's Share Lion's Share
Blues Used - LP SKL 5152 Decca
Beautiful 1972 UK Laminated Cover Stereo Original. 1W/1W Stampers. Vinyl Appears Glossy, But There Is A Spindle Mark On Each Side.... more details
 
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Looking In
Pop Used - LP SKL 5066 Decca
Beautiful 1970 UK Decca In Box Stereo Label. Laminated Gatefold Cover. 1W/1W Stampers.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Skin 'N' Bone Skin 'N' Bone
Pop New - LP PS 670 London
Sealed 1976 Wide Band Blue & Silver Label, Heavy Vinyl Original From The British Blues-Rockers.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Live In Central Park Live In Central Park
Pop Used - LP RRLP 2014 Relix
Hard To Find 1985 Original With Shrink Still Intact. Record Appears Unplayed. Recording Is From The Band's Peak In 1972.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Hellbound Train Hellbound Train
Pop Used - LP TXS 107 Decca
Beautiful 1972 UK Green Label Gatefold Original. 1W/2W Stampers.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Rock 'N' Roll Warriors Rock 'N' Roll Warriors
Pop New - LP ST 7002 Town House
Sealed 1981 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Shake Down Shake Down
Blues Used - LP SKL 4883 Decca
1974 UK Blue Label 2nd Issue Of The 1967 Recording Narrow Band (Boxed Logo) Stereo Housed In A Laminated Jacket With The Importer's Shrink Wrap Intact. 1W/1W Stampers. Glossy Unplayed Condition. No U.S. Release. Kim Simmonds Assembled A Multiracial Band In 1965/66 And By 1967 Had Recorded "Shake Down". It's A Traditional Blues Album That Is Very Reminiscent Of Getting To The Point, Savoy Brown's Second Album (First In America). Shake Down Consists Mostly Of Electrified Blues Rockers With A Great Edge And Spark, One Of The Best Tracks Is "Doormouse Rides The Rails", Featuring The Band's First-Rate Second Guitarist, Martin Stone. His Interplay With Savoy Brown Guitarist (& Band Leader) Kim Simmonds On Such Tracks As "It's All My Fault," "Shake 'Em On Down," And Especially On The Traditional Blues Opus "Black Night" Are Among The High Points Of The Album. Singer Bryce Portius Works Very Well For This Material. His Highlights Include The Howlin' Wolf Classic "I Ain't Superstitious," And The Willie Dixon-Penned Tune, "Little Girl". Kim Is Already Showing Maturity Beyond His Teenage Years In Terms Of Track Selection And Musical Direction; As A Guitarist, He Shows His Chops Very Nicely On "Shake 'Em On Down," Already Clearly Grasping The Less-Is-More Concept That Makes For Great Blues. Shake Down Is A Blues Gem.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Getting To The Point Getting To The Point
Blues Used - LP SKL 4935 Decca
Beautiful 1968 UK Wide Band Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. 1W/1W Stampers. Some Slight Lifting Of The Laminate (Jacket Overall VG++). LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Greatest Hits Live In Concert Greatest Hits Live In Concert
Blues New - LP SKBK 7003 Accord
Sealed 1981 2LP Gatefold. Tiny Saw Notch.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Step Further Step Further
Pop New - LP PAS 71029 Parrot
Sealed 1969 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. 4 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Street Corner Talking Street Corner Talking
Pop Used - LP PAS 71047 Parrot
Beautiful 1971 Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Raw Sienna Raw Sienna
Blues New - LP PAS 71036 Parrot
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. Pristine Copy. "This High-Water Mark By The Band Finds Them Softening Their Rougher Edges And Stretching Out Into Jazz Territory, Yet Still Retaining A Blues Foundation. There's Not A Bad Cut Here, With Enough Variety (Bottleneck Slide, Acoustic Guitar, Horns, And Strings) To Warrant Frequent Late-Night Listenings. "A Hard Way To Go," "Needle And Spoon," And "Stay While The Night Is Young" Are Especially Strong, As Are Two Instrumental Numbers. Unfortunately, Leader Kim Simmonds Lost His Greatest Asset When Vocalist Chris Youlden Quit For An Ill-Fated Solo Career After This Recording. Youlden Had One Of The Most Distinctive Voices In British Blues, And Savoy Would Never Fully Recover From His Exit." Peter Kurtz, AMG.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Blue Matter Blue Matter
Blues Used - LP SKL 4994 Decca
Beautiful 1969 Blues-Psych UK Wide Band FFSS Label Stereo Original With 1W/1W Stampers. Comes Housed In A Laminated Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Make Me Sweat Make Me Sweat
Blues New - LP GNPS 2193 GNP Crescendo
Sealed 1988 Vinyl Rarity Featuring Super Cheesecake Shots Front & Back.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Getting To The Point Getting To The Point
Pop New - LP PAS 71024 Parrot
Factory Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. Alternate Cover Art To UK Issue. Label Scan Is Of An Open Copy We Previously Had In Stock. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Jack The Toad Jack The Toad
Blues Used - LP XPAS 71059 Parrot
Beautiful 1973 Gatefold Original, Clean COH, Promo Sticker On Back Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Lion's Share Lion's Share
Pop New - LP XPAS 71057 Parrot
Sealed 1972 Die-Cut Flip Top Cover Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. "Shot In The Head," The Slide Guitar Showcase That Opens This Solid Set, Became A Staple Of This Veteran English Band's Live Act. In His Only Full-Time Stint As Singer For Demanding Bandleader Kim Simmonds, Dave Walker Proves A Serviceable, If Unremarkable, Successor To Chris Youlden. Besides Their Own Tunes, The Lads Cover Howlin' Wolf And Little Walter." Mark Allan, AMG.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Wire Fire Wire Fire
Pop Used - LP PS 659 London
Beautiful 1975 Wide Band Blue & Silver Label Original, Clean Cut Out Hole, Promo Sticker On Front Cover.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Savage Return Savage Return
Pop Used - LP PS 718 London
1978 Wide Band Blue & Silver Label Original. Hint Of Ring Wear, LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Hellbound Train Hellbound Train
Pop Used - LP XPAS 71052 Parrot
1972 Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed. “Comprising The Same Lineup As Street Corner Talking, Savoy Brown Released Hellbound Train A Year Later. For This Effort, Kim Simmonds' Guitar Theatrics Are Toned Down A Bit And The Rest Of The Band Seems To Be A Little Less Vivid And Passionate With Their Music. The Songs Are Still Draped With Savoy Brown's Sleek, Bluesy Feel, But The Deep-Rooted Blues Essence That So Easily Emerged From Their Last Album Doesn't Rise As High Throughout Hellbound Train's Tracks. The Title Cut Is Most Definitely The Strongest, With Dave Walker, Simmonds, And Paul Raymond Sounding Tighter Than On Any Other Song, And From A Wider Perspective, Andy Silvester's Bass Playing Is Easily Hellbound's Most Complimenting Asset. On Tracks Like "Lost And Lonely Child," "Doin' Fine," And "If I Could See An End," The Lifeblood Of The Band Doesn't Quite Surge Into The Music As It Did Before, And The Tracks Become Only Average-Sounding Blues Efforts. Because Of Savoy Brown's Depth Of Talent, This Rather Nonchalant Approach Doesn't Make Hellbound Train A "Bad" Album By Any Means — It Just Fails To Equal The Potency Of Its Predecessor. But There Is A Noticeable Difference In The Albums That Followed This One, As The Band And Especially Simmonds Himself Was Beginning To Show Signs Of Fatigue, And A Significant Decline In The Group's Overall Sound Was Rapidly Becoming Apparent.” – Mike Degagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Looking In Looking In
Pop Used - LP PAS 71042 Parrot
Gorgeous 1970 Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed. “Savoy Brown's Blues-Rock Sound Takes On A Much More Defined Feel On 1970's Looking In And Is One Of This Band's Best Efforts. Kim Simmonds Is Utterly Bewildering On Guitar, While Lonesome Dave Peverett Does A Fine Job Taking Over Lead Singing Duties From Chris Youlden Who Left Halfway Through The Year. But It's The Captivating Arrangements And Alluring Ease Of The Music That Makes This A Superb Listen. The Pleading Strain Transformed Through Simmonds' Guitar On "Money Can't Save Your Soul" Is Mud-Thick With Raw Blues, And The Comfort Of "Sunday Night" Is Extremely Smooth And Laid Back. "Take It Easy" Sounds Like It Could Have Been A B.B. King Tune As It's Doused With Relaxed Guitar Fingering. The Entire Album Is Saturated With A Simple, British Blues Sound But The Pace And The Marbled Strands Of Bubbly Instrumental Perkiness Fill It With Life. Even The Yardbirds-Flavored "Leaving Again" Is Appealing With Its Naïve Hooks, Capped Off With A Heart-Stopping Guitar Solo. This Album Along With Street Corner Talking Best Exemplify Savoy Brown's Tranquilizing Style.” Mike DeGagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Savage Return Savage Return
Pop New - LP PS 718 London
Sealed 1978 Wide Band Blue & Silver Label Original.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Savage Return Savage Return
Pop New - LP PS 718 London
Sealed 1978 Wide Band Blue & Silver Label Original. Small Cut Corner.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Wire Fire Wire Fire
Pop New - LP PS 659 London
Sealed 1975 Original. Featuring Former Chicken Shack-er Paul Raymond. Pristine Store Stock Copy.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Hellbound Train Hellbound Train
Pop Used - LP XPAS 71052 Parrot
1972 Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Comprising The Same Lineup As Street Corner Talking, Savoy Brown Released Hellbound Train A Year Later. For This Effort, Kim Simmonds' Guitar Theatrics Are Toned Down A Bit And The Rest Of The Band Seems To Be A Little Less Vivid And Passionate With Their Music. The Songs Are Still Draped With Savoy Brown's Sleek, Bluesy Feel, But The Deep-Rooted Blues Essence That So Easily Emerged From Their Last Album Doesn't Rise As High Throughout Hellbound Train's Tracks. The Title Cut Is Most Definitely The Strongest, With Dave Walker, Simmonds, And Paul Raymond Sounding Tighter Than On Any Other Song, And From A Wider Perspective, Andy Silvester's Bass Playing Is Easily Hellbound's Most Complimenting Asset. On Tracks Like "Lost And Lonely Child," "Doin' Fine," And "If I Could See An End," The Lifeblood Of The Band Doesn't Quite Surge Into The Music As It Did Before, And The Tracks Become Only Average-Sounding Blues Efforts. Because Of Savoy Brown's Depth Of Talent, This Rather Nonchalant Approach Doesn't Make Hellbound Train A "Bad" Album By Any Means — It Just Fails To Equal The Potency Of Its Predecessor. But There Is A Noticeable Difference In The Albums That Followed This One, As The Band And Especially Simmonds Himself Was Beginning To Show Signs Of Fatigue, And A Significant Decline In The Group's Overall Sound Was Rapidly Becoming Apparent.” – Mike Degagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Boogie Brothers Boogie Brothers
Pop New - LP APS 638 London
Sealed 1974 Heavy Vinyl Original With Custom "Everybody Loves A Drinking Man" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Step Further Step Further
Pop Used - LP PAS 71029 Parrot
1969 Stereo Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Appears Unplayed. 4 Stars In All Music Guide.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Raw Sienna Raw Sienna
Blues Used - LP SKL 5043 Decca
Stunning, Unplayed Store Stock Copy Of This 1970 UK Boxed Logo Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. 1W/1W Stampers. "This High-Water Mark By The Band Finds Them Softening Their Rougher Edges And Stretching Out Into Jazz Territory, Yet Still Retaining A Blues Foundation. There's Not A Bad Cut Here, With Enough Variety (Bottleneck Slide, Acoustic Guitar, Horns, And Strings) To Warrant Frequent Late-Night Listenings. "A Hard Way To Go," "Needle And Spoon," And "Stay While The Night Is Young" Are Especially Strong, As Are Two Instrumental Numbers. Unfortunately, Leader Kim Simmonds Lost His Greatest Asset When Vocalist Chris Youlden Quit For An Ill-Fated Solo Career After This Recording. Youlden Had One Of The Most Distinctive Voices In British Blues, And Savoy Would Never Fully Recover From His Exit." Peter Kurtz, AMG.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Skin 'N' Bone Skin 'N' Bone
Pop Used - LP PS 670 London
Beautiful 1976 Wide Band Blue & Silver Label, Heavy Vinyl Original From The British Blues-Rockers. Promo Sticker And Clean COH On The Front Cover. Appears Unplayed. "Sterling" In Dead Wax.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Street Corner Talking Street Corner Talking
Pop Used - LP TXS 104 Decca
1971 UK Green Label Boxed Decca Logo Stereo Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. VG+/VG+. Plays M-.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Wire Fire Wire Fire
Pop Used - LP PS 659 London
Beautiful Wide Band Blue & Silver Label 1975 Original Still In Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Jack The Toad Jack The Toad
Blues Used - LP TXS 112 Decca
1973 Heavy Vinyl Green Label UK First Pressing Gatefold. 1W/1W Matrixes. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Looking In Looking In
Pop New - LP PAS 71042 Parrot
Sealed 1970 Gatefold Original. COH. “Savoy Brown's Blues-Rock Sound Takes On A Much More Defined Feel On 1970's Looking In And Is One Of This Band's Best Efforts. Kim Simmonds Is Utterly Bewildering On Guitar, While Lonesome Dave Peverett Does A Fine Job Taking Over Lead Singing Duties From Chris Youlden Who Left Halfway Through The Year. But It's The Captivating Arrangements And Alluring Ease Of The Music That Makes This A Superb Listen. The Pleading Strain Transformed Through Simmonds' Guitar On "Money Can't Save Your Soul" Is Mud-Thick With Raw Blues, And The Comfort Of "Sunday Night" Is Extremely Smooth And Laid Back. "Take It Easy" Sounds Like It Could Have Been A B.B. King Tune As It's Doused With Relaxed Guitar Fingering. The Entire Album Is Saturated With A Simple, British Blues Sound But The Pace And The Marbled Strands Of Bubbly Instrumental Perkiness Fill It With Life. Even The Yardbirds-Flavored "Leaving Again" Is Appealing With Its Naïve Hooks, Capped Off With A Heart-Stopping Guitar Solo. This Album Along With Street Corner Talking Best Exemplify Savoy Brown's Tranquilizing Style.” Mike DeGagne, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Raw Sienna Raw Sienna
Pop Used - LP PAS 71036 Parrot
1970 Gatefold Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. Split On Bottom Seam, Hence Price ($100 If No Split). "This High-Water Mark By The Band Finds Them Softening Their Rougher Edges And Stretching Out Into Jazz Territory, Yet Still Retaining A Blues Foundation. There's Not A Bad Cut Here, With Enough Variety (Bottleneck Slide, Acoustic Guitar, Horns, And Strings) To Warrant Frequent Late-Night Listenings. "A Hard Way To Go," "Needle And Spoon," And "Stay While The Night Is Young" Are Especially Strong, As Are Two Instrumental Numbers. Unfortunately, Leader Kim Simmonds Lost His Greatest Asset When Vocalist Chris Youlden Quit For An Ill-Fated Solo Career After This Recording. Youlden Had One Of The Most Distinctive Voices In British Blues, And Savoy Would Never Fully Recover From His Exit." Peter Kurtz, AMG.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Slow Train Slow Train
Pop Used - LP RRLP 2023 Relix
Very Hard To Find 1986 Original. Savoy Brown Return To Their Roots And Record An Album Of Acoustic Blues Based Tunes. Light Corner Crease. Vinyl Appears Glossy.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Jack The Toad Jack The Toad
Blues Used - LP XPAS 71059 Parrot
Beautiful 1973 Gatefold Original Still In Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Prime Cuts From Rock 'N' Roll Warriors Prime Cuts From Rock 'N' Roll Warriors
Pop Used - LP SPRO 7562 Town House
1981 Promo Only 4 Song Mini LP. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Getting To The Point Getting To The Point
Blues Used - LP SKL 4935 Decca
Finest Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This 1968 UK Deep Groove Wide Band Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. 1W/1W Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Small Area On Front Jacket Where Laminated Has Started To Lift.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Shake Down Shake Down
Blues Used - LP SKL 4883 Decca
1967 UK Wide Band (Unboxed Logo) Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket 1W/1W Stampers. Glossy Unplayed Condition. No U.S. Release. Kim Simmonds Assembled A Multiracial Band In 1965/66 And By 1967 Had Recorded "Shake Down". It's A Traditional Blues Album That Is Very Reminiscent Of Getting To The Point, Savoy Brown's Second Album (First In America). Shake Down Consists Mostly Of Electrified Blues Rockers With A Great Edge And Spark, One Of The Best Tracks Is "Doormouse Rides The Rails", Featuring The Band's First-Rate Second Guitarist, Martin Stone. His Interplay With Savoy Brown Guitarist (& Band Leader) Kim Simmonds On Such Tracks As "It's All My Fault," "Shake 'Em On Down," And Especially On The Traditional Blues Opus "Black Night" Are Among The High Points Of The Album. Singer Bryce Portius Works Very Well For This Material. His Highlights Include The Howlin' Wolf Classic "I Ain't Superstitious," And The Willie Dixon-Penned Tune, "Little Girl". Kim Is Already Showing Maturity Beyond His Teenage Years In Terms Of Track Selection And Musical Direction; As A Guitarist, He Shows His Chops Very Nicely On "Shake 'Em On Down," Already Clearly Grasping The Less-Is-More Concept That Makes For Great Blues. Shake Down Is A Blues Gem.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Savage Return Savage Return
Pop New - LP PS 718 London
Sealed 1978 Wide Band Blue & Silver Label Original. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Boogie Brothers Boogie Brothers
Pop Used - LP APS 638 London
1974 Blue & Silver Wide Band Label Heavy Vinyl Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. LP Appears Unplayed. Rear Cover Has A Few Notations, Hence Drastically Reduced Price.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Getting To The Point Getting To The Point
Pop Used - LP SKL 4955 / PAS 71024 Decca / Parrot
This Is An ED1 UK Export Decca Pressing With 1W/1W Stampers. These First Pressings Were Shipped To The States With Decca Inner Sleeves, But Without Covers Whereupon They Were Placed In The US Parrot/London Covers That Featured Completely Different Artwork. This Copy Has Just One feint Spindle Line On The Side One Label With Glossy, Unmarked Surfaces.... more details
 
Savoy Brown - Raw Sienna Raw Sienna
Blues Used - LP SKLA 5043 Decca
Rare Australian Red Label Wide Band FFSS Original Housed In A Laminated Cover. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. "This High-Water Mark By The Band Finds Them Softening Their Rougher Edges And Stretching Out Into Jazz Territory, Yet Still Retaining A Blues Foundation. There's Not A Bad Cut Here, With Enough Variety (Bottleneck Slide, Acoustic Guitar, Horns, And Strings) To Warrant Frequent Late-Night Listenings. "A Hard Way To Go," "Needle And Spoon," And "Stay While The Night Is Young" Are Especially Strong, As Are Two Instrumental Numbers. Unfortunately, Leader Kim Simmonds Lost His Greatest Asset When Vocalist Chris Youlden Quit For An Ill-Fated Solo Career After This Recording. Youlden Had One Of The Most Distinctive Voices In British Blues, And Savoy Would Never Fully Recover From His Exit." Peter Kurtz, AMG.... more details
 

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