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Name  Rivers Jobe
Music group  Savoy Brown (1968)
Albums  Getting to the Point
Died  1979
Role  Musician

Similar People  Chris Youlden, Martin Stone, Tony Stevens, Dave Peverett, Bob Hall

Rivers Jobe (1950 – 1979) was a British bass player known for being a member of Anon, one of the two bands which merged to form the progressive rock band Genesis; and for playing on the Savoy Brown album, Getting to the Point (1968), as well as on the tracks "Vicksburg Blues", "Train to Nowhere", and "Tolling Bells" on the following Blue Matter album. Jobe was replaced in Savoy Brown by Tone Stevens (who would later leave Savoy Brown with fellow members Lonesome Dave Peverett and Roger Earl to form Foghat) in November 1968, and did not perform as a musician again.

He died in 1979.

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