"The Sound Quality is absolutely TERRIBlE! Just listen to the sound samples offered here , totally life-less mastering .i am amazed at the lack of concern that LONDON RECORDS showed towards putting out a PROFESSIONAL PRODUCT (the British- have usually shown a preference for Utter Clarity and Detail in film,music you name it! ) Please RE-RELEASE these classic albums and let us know you did them again by putting a sticker on the CD package that says "NEWLY REMASTERED WITH 24 BIT. ETC.,ETC. FOLKS BUY THE LP RECORD AND RECORD IT ONTO CD YOURSELF! IT's not hard top do anymore,there are even people that will do it for you at the price you would normally pay for the CD. Usually i LIKE to support the record companies by purchasing REMASTERED Cd's,but there is absolutely NO REASON TO SUPPORT THIS KIND OF SOUND MANURE! ! By putting out such a bad product you hurt your FUTURE=PUBLIC=IMAGE. Please Take Care........"
Classic 60's British Blues
Michael Clough | UK | 07/16/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
"When I was a schoolkid in the sixties this was one of the most revered of the 'blues' albums that we used to listen to, along with offerings from Mayall, Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack, Keef Hartley etc. I hadn't listened to it for maybe 20 years until I recently bought the CD version via the Internet, from USA (it isn't available in UK). I cannot describe how disappointed I was on hearing it. The quality of the recording is ABYSMAL compared to the original vinyl and I can only imagine that the CD was generated from a very poor quality master tape. If you want this album on CD then I strongly recommend you find an old vinyl copy and have it recorded onto CD. The brilliant 'A Step Further' and 'Raw Sienna' haven't suffered in translation to CD and sound as vibrant and exciting now as they did when originally released."
Underappreciated blues band.
Cory D. Slipman | Rockville Centre, N.Y. | 10/21/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Savoy Brown, a really fine concert band, loses a little bit in the translation to disc. This CD has a few truly memorable cuts and got lots of play back in the early 70's. Kim Simmonds played a very spirited lead guitar and the gritty gravelly vocals of Chris Youlden defined the group. Louisiana Blues is a particular highlight of the disc. It was even better when performed live at the Fillmore. Awesome album cover too."
Great British blues
Rohit R | india | 06/23/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Blue matter the third album from Savoy Brown a talented blues rock group in the sixties blues rock boom.Savoy brown was a superb five piece outfit fronted by the greatKim Simmonds and Lonesome Dave peverett on guitars and vocals.This was their best album after the terrific Raw Sienna.I got this album yesterday and have played it a number of times.I have given it a 4 star rating only because of the less than great sound quality.This album needs a good remastering job.This nice album features great tracks like Train to nowhere,dont turn me from your door,may be wrong,it hurts me too and the excellent Louisiana blues.Highly recommended to fans of blues rock music."