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Though Robin Trower found his greatest career success in the mid-'70s, his intensely soulful brand of Jimi Hendrix-inspired psychedelic blues-rock guitar playing helped him maintain a healthy audience decades past his commercial heyday. During his long career he worked with several different singers, most notably ex-Stone the Crows bassist James Dewar, who, along with drummer Bill Lordan, constituted the "classic" Robin Trower band lineup found on the legendary albums Live! and Bridge of Sighs. Surprisingly, however, Trower himself never assumed… read more



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  • Avatar for mirrorball95
    Robin Trower is so criminally underrated, even to this day well into his sixties he continues to produce outstanding albums like this one. His vocals I think are very apt for the music and feel of the record. Livingstone Browne did a great job on the production and has come a long way since his days in the early 90s with Robin Trower on the '20th Century Blues' album.
  • Avatar for astro_77
    I love this album, including all Robin's vocals. Rare and very worthwhile listening.

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