Tag Archives: Robin Trower

Robin Trower Is Back On Solo Track

February 18, 2022

This will be poignant for those in the know, because the title of Robin Trower‘s forthcoming album, “No More Worlds To Conquer” – scheduled for an April 29th release – may refer to the first-ever track that people heard the … Continue reading

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April 22, 2021

Manhaton 2020 Hot-buttered and socially aware tunes from British committee of sweet-licks talents. Here’s a rather unlikely collective of three veterans coming from different genres – rock, reggae and soul – with a clearly defined common ground. Still, despite their … Continue reading

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ROBIN TROWER – Where Are You Going To

May 4, 2016

Manhatton 2016 Casting a glance to the bridge of sighs, British blues stalwart ponders his path on this mortal coil and other life choices. There’s no question at the end of this album’s title, because the answer is on its … Continue reading

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Robin Trower And Paul Jones Get Into The Seasonal Spirit

December 14, 2015

To what extent blues feeds into Yuletide is a rhetorical question, as there’s always sadness in the heart of the Christmas jubilation. Robin Trower and Paul Jones, stalwarts of British blues scene, may not have hellhounds on their trail, but when it … Continue reading

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PROCOL HARUM – Procol Harum

June 29, 2015

Regal Zonophone 1967 / Esoteric 2015 A cornerstone of art rock, still fresh and shining brightly. One may wonder whether PROCOL HARUM really understood the grandiosity of their debut single – one of the most impressive debut ever – when … Continue reading

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