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Kwadwo Holloway
Several of its members would go on to form Foghat (Lonesome "Dave" Peverett, Tone Stevens (Rivers Jobe's replacement) and Roger Earl)
Comment from : Kwadwo Holloway

Rick Cannata
A great under rated band!
Comment from : Rick Cannata

Interesting hearing Street corner talking before Dave Walker joined👍🙂
Comment from : F F

Dave Beck
My first two LP's were Savoy Brown's A Step Further and Fleetwood Mac's Then Play On Both have great guitarist and a gift for interpretation of black blues It seems that many who are fans of Kim Simmons also dug Peter Green I feel blessed that at the age of 13 I was lucky enough to find the two best true blues bands with awesome guitarist that paved the way for future blues ensambles
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Rick Smith
Classic British band, in my opinion way ahead of the Stones or Beatles
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Raymond Bonington
I'm Chris youldens sisters postman , just thought I'd tell you lol
Comment from : Raymond Bonington

Lou Costello
Chris was the greatest Blues singer of all time
Comment from : Lou Costello

Wish this would be released on CD or vinyl
Comment from : gdasilva

Youlden blows away singers like Mayall
Comment from : wdmounger

Karl Marks
Bought an SG off one of these guys in 69 He said he’d been round the world 3 times and was retiring
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I saw Savoy Brown 1974, 1975, 1989- been a fan since 1973brChris Youlden's " Nowhere Road," from 1973 nice record, less heavy blues
Comment from : CHARLES NOLAN

andy titcomb
They played our end of third year celebration concert at Exeter Art College in 1977 I'm not sure how we managed to afford them!
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William Broderick
The line up with Pete Scott never put anything on record Dave Walker was hired as singer shortly after the Pete Scott fronted tour so this is a true rarity I had a self recorded cassette of the Pete Scott-Ron Berg-Andy Pyle line -up once but it got lost decades ago Thanks for putting these recordings up
Comment from : William Broderick

hi jason, youtube have removed your john hammond bob dylan tv special, is there any chance you could upload it somewhere for me to download? i usually watch it at least 3 times a week,
Comment from : Moonshadow

Mark Holeman
I saw them at the Fillmore in San Francisco and theywere the Best69
Comment from : Mark Holeman

Noel Thomas
these deep South blues cannot resonate with everybody - and that's just as well - minor chords and dark lyrics must be lived, suffered thru , cried and bled with , persevered it becometh a lifetime
Comment from : Noel Thomas

The first cut with Chris Youlden is a classic I love his blues voice
Comment from : 1blastman

John Mitchell
Great band and vocals Thank you
Comment from : John Mitchell

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