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Hold Your Fire - Savoy Brown - Jack The Toad (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "Coming Down Your Way" starts off the album with a good Jackie Lynton. Kim takes the vocal lead on "Ride On Babe" and you feel like you're on the mechanical horse on the album cover. The next song is the real blues gem, "Hold Your Fire". It's one of my favorite Savoy Brown songs of all time. Paul Raymond borrowed a mellotron from the Moody Blues/5(12).
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  3. Parrot ‎– XPAS Matrix / Runout (Side A label): PARROTT A SAHS JC-A. Matrix / Runout (Side B label): PARROTT B SAHS JC-A. Savoy Brown ‎–Jack The Toad. B4 Jack The Toad Seller Rating: % positive.
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  5. Savoy Brown "Jack The Toad" The original 1st UK pressing! This album was originally only ever played to record to tape and then stored in a case with the vinyl .
  6. Savoy Brown made the best of Dave Walker's departure for Fleetwood Mac by hiring Jack Lynton as their lead singer. While Lynton's voice can't match the warmth instilled by Walker's, he does do a competent job at melding with Kim Simmonds' guitar playing. His voice is sharp but not overly exciting, yet it still presents "Coming Down Your Way" with enough emotion to make it the album's standout 3/
  7. May 16,  · Jack the Toad, an Album by Savoy Brown. Released 30 June on Parrot (catalog no. XPAS; Vinyl LP). Genres: British Blues, Blues Rock/5(8).
  8. SAVOY BROWN Jack The Toad (Rare UK 9-track stereo LP on the green boxed Decca label front laminated gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear with minor discolouration in places inside the gatefold & the vinyl remains in excellent condition with few signs of play TXS).
  9. Lyrics to "Hold Your Fire" by SAVOY BROWN: I gotta find me another place, / Too many people in this Human Race. / Nobody cares about his fellow man, / I want to get away find a new plan. / Nobody tries in this neighborhood, / To be somebody that is understood. / It is just a .