CD Raw Sienna/Looking In [Remaster] (CD 1267198),
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Raw Sienna/Looking In [Remaster]

  • 1. Hard Way to Go, A
    2. That Same Feelin'
    3. Master Hare
    4. Needle and Spoon
    5. Little More Wine, A
    6. I'm Crying
    7. Stay While the Night Is Young
    8. Is That So
    9. When I Was a Young Boy
    10. Gypsy
    11. Poor Girl
    12. Money Can't Save Your Soul
    13. Sunday Night
    14. Looking In
    15. Take It Easy
    16. Sitting an' Thinking
    17. Leavin' Again
    18. Romanoff
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): BGOCD 666

  • Credits
    ProducerKim Simmonds; Chris Youlden
    EngineerEric Holland; Paul Tregurtha

    2 LP's on 1 CD: RAW SIENNA (1969)/LOOKING IN (1970).
    Savoy Brown: Tone Stevens (electric bass); Kim Simmonds, Lonesome Dave Peverett, Roger Earl.
    Personnel: Lonesome Dave Peverett (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, bottleneck guitar); Chris Youlden (vocals, piano); Kim Simmonds (guitar, piano); Roger Earl (drums, percussion); Owen Finnegan (congas).
    Audio Mixer: Malcolm Addey.
    Liner Note Author: Alan Robinson .
    Arrangers: Kim Simmonds; Chris Youlden; Savot Brown.
    BGO rolls out this two-on-one set of two back-to-back Savoy Brown offerings. Raw Sienna, issued in March of 1970, was the last album to feature the great Chris Youlden, a fine songwriter and stunning blues singer. Only Eric Burdon is in his league among British singers of the era. His tunes, including "A Hard Way to Go," "I'm Crying," and "Needle and Spoon," are the clear standouts. The twin-guitar attack of Kim Simmonds and Lonesome Dave Peverett is also developed to its zenith here. Looking In, issued six months later, featured Peverett in the vocalist's chair -- a role he took more seriously when he formed Foghat with Rod Price and Roger Earle. While there are some excellent spots on the record (the title track and "Leavin' Again," the latter of which would be re-recorded better by Foghat two years later), Youlden's songwriting is missed and so is his authoritative singing. Packaging these two LPs together makes the flaws in the latter album more pronounced than they would otherwise be. ~ Thom Jurek

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