miércoles, 5 de octubre de 2011

CD - Robin Trower - Essential


CD - ROBIN TROWER
ESSENTIAL



Based on his subtle playing on Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade of Pale," no one expected Robin Trower to become an arena-rock guitar god in the '70s--a guitarist, in fact, that some pundits compared to Jimi Hendrix. Trower certainly was very much influenced by Hendrix; he loved throwing atonal fireworks into his blues-based rock, as all 16 tracks here demonstrate. Essential is the best U.S. compilation available, with tracks from all eight of his Chrysalis LPs. The only problem is that '70s and '80s FM staple "Day of the Eagle" is absent. Which is a little like calling an album Essential Hendrixmore… and excluding "All Along the Watchtower."

Tracks
1-Too Rolling Stoned
2-Lady Love
3-Bridge Of Sighs
4-Daydream
5-Shame The Devil
6-Hannah
7-Messin' The Blues
8-Pride
9-Alethea
10-Confessin' Midnight
11-Victims Of The Fury
12-Gonna Be More Suspicious
13-Sweet Wine Of Love
14-I Can't Wait Much Longer
15-Into Money
16-Bluebird



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