The genre of blues rock is too often filled with rote twelve bar jams or swaggering cock rock. Savoy Brown’s Raw Sienna is not your typical blues rock album – and, because of this, stands out like an enthusiastic thumbs up. Raw Sienna is filled to the brim with slinky piano riffs, jazzy guitar solos, punchy brass hooks, and even Classical-inspired string breaks (“Master Hare”). What distinguishes Savoy Brown on this album, however, is the chocolate voice of singer Chris Youlden, whether he is moaning in desperation on the opener “A Hard Way To Go,” or seducing his would-be lover on “Stay While The Night Is Young.”
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