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I can't possibly be the only one to have heard of Robin Trower!
I first heard Robin Trower's "Bridge of Sighs" in the mid 70's on the radio, and after listening to the title track, not only was I hooked, but I had to have it, now. The guitar is deep, soulful, and powerful. The vocals by James Dewar match the guitar perfectly with it's soulfulness, quiet power and deepness. When it was on vinyl (some of you may remember those days), it was among my favorites. Now, after time and CD's, he is still one of my favorites, he's just become "old school" I guess and his work is becoming harder to find. Just give it a listen and see if you don't love him too.
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Posted October 1, 2010
when hard rock was young
I know Bridge of Sighs is considered Trower's best, and I know Day of the Eagle by heart because my boyfriend's bar band covered it, but I absolutely love the pounding R & B sound of Little Bit of Sympathy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.