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Strange Dreams
Savoy Brown
Strange Dreams
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Savoy Brown
Title: Strange Dreams
Members Wishing: 5
Total Copies: 0
Label: Blind Pig
Release Date: 2/4/2003
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock
Style: Blues Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 019148508224

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Tom A. (CTA4him) from ANDERSON, SC
Reviewed on 1/13/2015...
Kim Simmons handles most of the vocals and again does admirally on guitar, but isn't as good as some of savoy's early discs. Strange Dreams is worth getting though because it's hard to recreate the past, but sometimes you can come close.

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Kim Simmonds-solo with Savoy Brown
J. R Sategna | Martinez, California United States | 07/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is a great one-Kim Simmonds handles most of the vocals and lead guitar- I recently saw them live--and if you love blues-rock with alot of blues influence-this is the album to get. A lot of guitar solos-but not flashy- played with alot of feeling-this is their best album in years--It has a permanant place on my must listen to list for blues thirst. GET IT NOW -before it becomes hard to find- it is not available everywhere due to I guess poor promotion."
Let's Get Right to the Point---It's Great!!!
chris meesey Food Czar | The Colony, TX United States | 02/11/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Remember "Looking In," which was arguably the best Savoy Brown album ever? Every cut seemed to flow seamlessly into the next, and Kim's blues/boogie sensibilities were married to an introspective, jazzy feel which made the most of Lonesome Dave's vocals. Well, folks, that's what we have on "Strange Dreams." Simmonds has assembled his tightest band in years, and Dave Malachowski's tasty rhythm playing, Gerry Sorrentino's funky bass, and Dennis Cotton's drumming (and his particularly fine percussion playing) all make the material shine. In this opus, the individual songs, not extended jams, are the stars, and "When it Rains," "(Hard Time) Believing in You," and the title track are all standouts. Kim's playing, of course, is excellent and his singing is the best it's ever been! He now sounds like a combination of Robert Cray and an old rockabilly singer (Gene Vincent?). And if you love blues, check out the great cover of Blind Boy Fuller's "Meat Shaking Woman," or the impassioned "Can't Let You Go." SB has entered the new millenium with a vengeance! Get it today!"