4 thoughts on “Inn On The Green

  1. Wanted to let Chris Youlden know that after all these years his music is still powerful and beloved. His incredible contributions to Savoy Brown as well as his solo efforts, always bring me joy and heartbreak. Chris, you are a great artist. Thank you for all the wonderful music.

  2. Great to see Chris and Shakey back in action. I will be there! Hope to hear some tough blues and how about a few of Chris’ wonderful solo efforts? “Wake up Neighbour” anyone? “Cryin’ in the Road”?
    You know you want to!

  3. Sorry to hear that Chris isn’t well, hope he’s back singing again very soon. I’ve always considered him to be one of the best vocalists I’ve ever heard and as Bob’s earlier post mentions, his contribution to Savoy Brown’s output (both singing and songwriting) remains amongst my favourite music to this day.

    Brian Matthew played “Train to Nowhere” on his
    “Sounds of the 60’s” radio show on Saturday morning and it still sounds as haunting now some 40 odd years after I first heard it. Wonderful song, wonderful voice.

  4. Just want to say that, like Julian, i think Chris still is the governor and that i still listen to his stuff and Savoy Brown stuff regularly…it would be great to have a live Chris Youlden night and turn up the volume to make sure we can hear those rich tones and subtleties (sometimes its not too clear at The Inn)! Sorry youre not well Chris- speedy recovery wishes to you….

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