Studio album by. Robin Trower. Robin Trower chronology. Take What You Need (1988). In the Line of Fire (1990). 20th Century Blues (1994).
Robin Trower – Robin Leonard Trower is an English rock guitarist and vocalist who achieved success with Procol Harum during the 1960s, and then again as the bandleader of his own power trio. Trower was born in Catford, London, but grew up in Southend-on-Sea, in 1962, he formed a group that became The Paramounts, later including Westcliff High School pupil Gary Brooker. Trower toured the United States and Canada in the summer and autumn of 2006, in 2007 Trower released a third recording with Jack Bruce, Seven Moons, featuring Gary Husband on drums. A2008 world tour began in Ft. Pierce, Florida on 16 January 2008, joining Davey Pattison and Pete Thompson was Glenn Letsch playing bass.
20th Century Blues is the fifteenth studio album by Robin Trower. All songs written by Robin Trower, except "Reconsider Baby". Robin Trower – guitar. Livingstone Brown – bass, vocals, keyboards. This was the sixth album cover created by Paul Olsen. When asked to create a cover for the album, Paul presented transparencies of a batch of paintings, intending for the photos to be a starting point. However, Robin picked a specific one that he wanted.
Band Name Robin Trower. Album Name In the Line of Fire. Labels Chrysalis Records. Produced by Eddie Kramer. Music StyleGuitar Hero. Members owning this album4. 2. Under the Gun. 3. Turn the Volume Up. 4. Natural Fact. 5. If You Really Want to Find Love. 6. Everybody's Watching You Now. 7. Isn't It Time. 8. (I Would) Still Be Here for You. 9. All That I Want. 10. (Let's) Turn This Fight into a Brawl. 11. Climb Above the Rooftops.
Robin Leonard Trower (born 9 March 1945) is an English rock guitarist and vocalist who achieved success with Procol Harum during the 1960s, and then again as the bandleader of his own power trio. Trower was born in Catford, London but grew up in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. Original Album Series released: 2014. Roots and Branches released: 2013. The Chrysalis Years, 1977–1983: Farther On up the Road released: 2012.
Robin Trower is an English rock guitarist and vocalist who achieved success with Procol Harum during the 1960s, and then again as the bandleader of his own power trio. In the Line of Fire is the fourteenth studio album by Robin Trower, and the third to feature Davey Pattison on lead vocals. The song "Isn't It Time" was originally recorded by the English group The Babys in 1977 and released on their album Broken Heart.
Robin Trower's thirteenth studio album doesn't ever reach the heights that he's capable of achieving. Most of the album is average but with enough weak moments to lessen its impact overall. The album didn't crack into any of Billboard's charts. The lack of James Dewar (bass & vocals) has seem to have a detrimental effect in the direction Trower has gone. The album opens with "Sea of Love" which isn't a bad choice to open the album. Robin Trower has sorely missed the assistance of James Dewar. There had been times when Trower brought in another bassist while still retaining Dewar on vocals. I now sense that Dewar had a major influence on Trower's musical choices & directions. Trower is still one of rock's lead players, his chops are still there; what he's truly lacking is the kind of collaborator he had in James Dewar. It's sad to see one of rock's greatest guitarists lose his focus like Trower has.
Listen to Robin Trower lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist Robin Trower. Essential Robin Trower (1991). In The Line Of Fire (1989). In City Dreams (1976). Robin Trower: Essential (1976). Long Misty Days (1975). For Earth Below (1974). Bridge Of Sighs (1973). Twice Removed From Yesterday (1972). Lyrics for album: Playful Heart (2010). Song For Those Who Fell. Lyrics for album: King Biscuit Presents Robin Trower (1996).