Tell Mama
Savoy Brown
Savoy Brown 1971 Tell Mama 45

Tell Mama
And all the folks back home
Sometimes a man just feels
He's got to make it alone

Peak Chart Position
  • peaked at No. 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1971
  • B-side: "Rock And Roll On The Radio"
  • from Savoy Brown's seventh studio album, Street Corner Talking (1971) ~ the first album released by the band since the departure of guitarist/vocalist Dave Peverett, drummer Roger Earl, and bassist Tony Stevens who all went on to form Foghat ("I Just Want To Make Love To You", "Fool For The City")
  • Savoy Brown:
       Dave Walker - lead vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
       Andy Silvester - bass
       Paul Raymond - keyboards, guitar, vocals
       Dave Bidwell - drums
  • written by Savoy Brown guitarist Kim Simmonds and keyboardist Paul Raymond
  • produced by Neil Slaven
  • engineered by George Chkiantz
  • recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London, England
  • Parrot Records label (US), Decca Records label (UK)
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