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Product no.: RUF 1187

 

When Savoy Brown pull into town in the modern era, their pockets bursting with killer songs, there’s the same magic in the air as when they burst thrillingly to the front of the British blues pack during the Sixties boom. “It’s still as exciting today as it was when the band started,” agrees the band’s iconic founder, leader and guitar master. “Sometimes, I feel like I’m back in 1967 when I’m doing shows… and that’s a good feeling.”

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Product no.: RUF 1173

 

"I believe the songs on Voodoo Moon are the best I've written since the early 70's. It is modern blues rock but with more song orientation than normally associated with the genre." Kim Simmonds

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Product no.: RUF 1196

 

Like the women, plenty of musicians have flowed through the Savoy Brown lineup over the years, but after the stellar contribution of Pat DeSalvo (bass) and Garnet Grimm (drums) to Songs From The Road, it was a no-brainer to assemble that same rhythm section at Subcat Studios, Syracuse, New York.

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Product no.: RUF 1220

 

Real music is hard to find. If you’ve ever felt suffocated in the age of fakery and hype, then Savoy Brown’s latest album The Devil To Pay is a blast furnace. Driven by classic blues and age-old human truths – but dragged into contemporary relevance by stinging musicianship and modern savvy – Kim Simmonds’ new songs have arrived when we need them most. “In many ways,” considers the legendary guitarist, “this is the best album I’ve ever done. It’s fresh and new, and belongs to the twenty-first century.”
 

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Product no.: RUF 1251

 

Blues is not for the faint-hearted. Since the genre first drew breath, its greatest practitioners have embraced the darkness, spinning tales of hardship and death, hellhounds and devilry. If the sleeve of Witchy Feelin’ suggests that Kim Simmonds, too, has a tendency towards the macabre, then Savoy Brown’s iconic leader is happy to confirm it. “Blues has always dealt with themes of the Devil, witchcraft and so forth, and I’ve always written along those lines. At least three of the songs on Witchy Feelin’ have that hoodoo vibe…”

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