Robin Trower – Something’s about to change


Robin Trower has been making music for over fifty years, first finding fame as a member of Procul Harum (he joined shortly after the release of “White shade of pale”, and then under his own name. That in itself tells you a lot about what to expect – people don’t get a career like thatRobin Trower has been making music for over fifty years, first finding fame as a member of Procul Harum (he joined shortly after the release of “White shade of pale”, and then under his own name. That in itself tells you a lot about what to expect – people don’t get a career like that unless they’re making great music. One thing you know you’re guaranteed to get from a Robin Trower album is superb guitar playing, and that’s certainly the case here – this is a rare album where if you took away the vocals it would still be a compelling listen, just for the beautiful guitar work. The vocals too are certain to be good, and again thats another feature of this album. Blues fans really are spoilt for choice when it comes to great albums this year – Dan Patlansky, Ian Siegal, Joe Bonamassa, Beth Hart and Robin Trower are all releasing great albums, with the prospect of many more great releases later in the year. It’s going to be a tough year to judge what the best Blues album of the year is, but Robin Trower must surely be a strong contender. I can’t stress how […]

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