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Savoy Brown Train To Nowhere, from the album Blue Matter. 1969
Savoy Brown's 3rd album, and the beginning of the best years for them
AMG review: The third release by Kim Simmonds and company, but the first to feature the most memorable lineup of the group: Simmonds, "Lonesome" Dave Peverett, Tony "Tone" Stevens, Roger Earl, and charismatic singer Chris Youlden. This one serves up a nice mixture of blues covers and originals, with the first side devoted to studio cuts and the second a live club date recording. Certainly the standout track, indeed a signature song by the band, is the tour de force "Train to Nowhere," with its patient, insistent buildup and pounding train-whistle climax. Additionally, David Anstey's detailed, imaginative sleeve art further boosts this a notch above most other British blues efforts.
HELLBOUND TRAIN - '74
On the US LP, the title track on Side 2 ends abruptly, as if to add dramatic finality. On most cuttings, the song ends just as the cut is brought to the runoff groove. On the US CD, the song is faded out.
Savoy Brown Kim Simmonds - guitar, harmonica, vocals
Paul Raymond - guitar, keyboards, vocals
Andy Silvester - bass
Dave Walker - vocals
Dave Bidwell - drums