Savoy Brown
Ralph Morman: vocals
Kim Simmonds: lead guitar and vocals
Barry Paul: guitar
John Humphrey: bass
Keith Boyce: drums
Paradise club
Boston, Mass.
February 11, 1981
from master audience tape
runtime: 76:37
setlist: (thanks to realomind for track 3, 9 and 12 and confirming track 2 titles)
1: tuning :57
2: stage introduction > nobody's perfect 4:57
3: got love if you want it 3:24
4: can't get next to you 11:08
5: bad girls make me feel so good 3:44
6: bad breaks 7:12
7: band introductions 1:34
8: hellbound train 9:44
9: shot down by love (cuts in, tape flip) 8:01
10: tell Mama 17:36
11: this could be the night 4:34
12: don't tell me I told you 3:42
Realistic twin head stereo mike >
Sony 158 cassette deck (dolby off) >
Maxell XLI 90 min. master cassette (normal bias/EQ setting)
played on Nak. 300 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned) >
torrentially yours.
A this and that production.
Do not sell this recording.
Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
category: bluesy rock (and best heard in a club, like this one)
this is the complete show except for the 1st couple
of seconds of track 9, digitized for the 1st time ever
for this posting. this tape has hardly ever been played
and probably never circulated before, even on cassette.
(never posted before from the master tape, if at all).
this group has gone through many personnel changes
since their days in the 60's as the Savoy Brown Blues Band.
They still maintain a blues-rock influence and their original
guitarist/singer and songwriter Kim Simmonds.
first time I saw them was along with Bob Welch fronted
Fleetwood Mac in 1972 in Boston. this was the only other
time I saw them, and the only time I had a recorder with me.
They put on a good show. not too much crowd noise in here.
the Realistic mike doesn't have real hi-fi sound, but I think
most Savoy fans will find the sound enjoyable in this recording.
Do not sell this recording.
Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.