Savoy Brown - Poor Girl FLAC album
Savoy Brown – Poor Girl. Label: Decca – F 13098.
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Looking In is the sixth album by the British blues band Savoy Brown. The album featured "Lonesome" Dave Peverett on vocals after Chris Youlden left the band the previous spring. Leader/guitarist Kim Simmonds would be the only band member to continue with the band after this album, as all other band members left to form Foghat the following year. It was released by Decca in 1970 (SKL 5066). For release in the United States and Canada, tapes were leased to Parrot Records (PAS 71042).
Shake Down is the debut studio album by the British blues rock band Savoy Brown. It was released in 1967 (on Decca SKL 4883) under the name of Savoy Brown Blues Band and is mainly an album of covers, featuring three songs penned by blues singer Willie Dixon. In addition to Dixon, the band covers John Lee Hooker and . "I Ain't Superstitious" (Willie Dixon) – 3:25. Let Me Love You Baby" (Dixon) – 3:00.
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Legendary British Blues/Rock Band. Formed in London in 1965 Savoy Brown became a fixture on the burgeoning blues-rock scene in the UK in the second half of the decade. 5 June at 10:42 ·. Who wrote the first Blues song?
Band Name Savoy Brown. Album Name Live And Kickin'. Wydawcy Crescendo Records. f) Guitar Solo (Simmonds). 10. All I Can Do Is Cry. 11. Boogie (Hey Hey Mama).
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This is a story 'bout a poor girl, a story that you ought to know She lived all alone in a one room flat on a street where the lights are low Every night about the same time she'd go and put her glad rags on Go to the place where everyone goes to Boogaloo all night long She's a poor. Born and raised in the country she got tired of pushing a plow She take my train to the city and mother you should look at her now With her rattlesnake boots, elephant bag, genuine crocodile hat Around her neck to top it off she even wears a persian cat She's a poor girl
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Blue Decca boxed label
|DL 25 444||Savoy Brown||Poor Girl (7", Single)||Decca||DL 25 444||Germany||1970|
|45-40057-DJ||Savoy Brown||Poor Girl (7", Promo)||Parrot||45-40057-DJ||US||1970|
|F 13098||Savoy Brown||Poor Girl (7", Single)||Decca||F 13098||UK||1970|
|F 13.098 B||Savoy Brown||Poor Girl / Master Hare (7", Single)||Decca||F 13.098 B||France||1970|
|F 13098||Savoy Brown||Poor Girl (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||F 13098||UK||1970|