Savoy Brown Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Savoy Brown Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Honey Bee
2 Rock N Roll Star
3 Born Into Pain
4 Me And The Preacher
5 Boogie Brothers
6 Threegy Blues
7 Highway Blues
8 Always The Same
9 Part Time Lady
10 Time Does Tell
11 Same
12 Double Lover
13 Troubled by These Days and Times
14 I'll Make Everything Alright
15 Wang Dang Doodle
16 Everybody Loves a Drinking Man
17 Street Corner Talking
18 All I Can Do
19 A Little More Wine
20 Little Red Rooster
21 I Can't Get Next to You
22 Walking By Myself
23 Shot in the Head
24 Shot Down By Love
25 If I Could See an End
26 Get on up and Do It
27 Bad Breaks
28 Second Try
29 When I Was a Young Boy
30 Just Cos' You Got the Blues Don't Mean You
31 Put Your Hands Together
32 Tell Mama
33 Life's One Act Play
34 Doin Fine
35 Here Comes the Music
36 Wang Dang Doodle (Live)
37 Money Can't Save Your Soul
38 Shockwaves
39 Ooh What A Feeling
40 Louisiana Blues
41 Hellbound Train
42 Natural Man
43 Hero To Zero
44 Tell Mama [Single Version]
45 A Hard Way to Go
46 Too Much Money
47 Looking In
48 Deep Water
49 Needle and Spoon
50 I'm Crying
51 She's Got The Heat
52 Stranger Blues
53 Can't Get On
54 Black Night
55 Take It Easy
56 Look At The Sun
57 It'll Make You Happy
58 I'm Tired
59 24/7
60 So Tired
61 Made up My Mind
62 This Day Is Gonna Be Our Last
63 Round And Round
64 My Lover's Lying Down
65 Poor Girl
66 She's the One
67 Voodoo Moon
68 You Don't Love Me
69 Flood in Houston
70 Stay While the Night Is Young
71 Lost and Lonely Child
72 Meet The Blues Head On
73 Got Love If You Want It
74 I'm Alright Now

Savoy Brown Bio

Savoy Brown, originally known as the Savoy Brown Blues Band, are a British blues rock band, formed in 1965, in Battersea, South West London. Part of the late 1960s blues rock movement, Savoy Brown never achieved as much success in their homeland as they did in the United States, where they promoted their albums with non-stop touring.

The band was formed and led by guitarist Kim Simmonds, whose dominating personality led to a myriad of personnel changes. Others have attributed the constant lineup adjustments to the "creative accountancy" employed by the band's manager, Harry Simmonds, brother of Kim.

The original line-up included singer Bryce Portius, keyboardist Bob Hall, bassist Ray Chappell, drummer Leo Manning and harmonica player John O'Leary (O'Leary appeared on record with the band on its initial recordings for Mike Vernon's Purdah label). Portius was one of the first black blues musicians to be a part of a British rock band. This line-up appeared on the band's 1967 debut album, Shake Down, a collection of blues covers. Two albums followed in 1968, Getting to the Point, and Blue Matter.