Top Robin Trower Albums
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Coming Closer to the Day
Coming Closer to the Day
[2019]
In City Dreams
In City Dreams
[2017]
Time and Emotion
Time and Emotion
[2017]
Where You Are Going To
Where You Are Going To
[2016]
Something's About To Change
Something's About To Change
[2015]
Rock Goes to College
Rock Goes to College
[2015]
State To State: Live Across America 1974-1980
State To State: Live Across America 1974-1980
[2013]
Roots and Branches
Roots and Branches
[2013]
Farther On Up the Road: The Chrysalis Years (1977-1983)
Farther On Up the Road: The Chrysalis Years (1977-1983)
[2012]
Farther On Up the Road - The Chrysalis Years (1977-1983) [feat. Jack Bruce & James Dewar]
Farther On Up the Road - The Chrysalis Years (1977-1983) [feat. Jack Bruce & James Dewar]
[2012]
At the BBC (1973-1975)
At the BBC (1973-1975)
[2011]
The Playful Heart
The Playful Heart
[2010]
A Tale Untold: The Chrysalis Years (1973-1976)
A Tale Untold: The Chrysalis Years (1973-1976)
[2010]
BBC In Concert (29th January 1975): Robin Trower
BBC In Concert (29th January 1975): Robin Trower
[2009]
What Lies Beneath
What Lies Beneath
[2009]
Essential Robin Trower
Essential Robin Trower
[2007]
Living Out of Time (Live)
Living Out of Time (Live)
[2004]
Living Out of Time
Living Out of Time
[2003]
Go My Way
Go My Way
[2000]
20th Century Blues
20th Century Blues
[1994]
Live In Concert
Live In Concert
[1992]
In the Line of Fire
In the Line of Fire
[1990]
Take What You Need
Take What You Need
[1988]
Passion
Passion
[1987]
Back It Up
Back It Up
[1983]
Truce
Truce
[1982]
B.L.T
B.L.T
[1981]
Victims of the Fury
Victims of the Fury
[1980]
Caravan to Midnight
Caravan to Midnight
[1978]
Long Misty Days
Long Misty Days
[1976]
For Earth Below
For Earth Below
[1975]
Bridge of Sighs
Bridge of Sighs
[1974]
Twice Removed from Yesterday
Twice Removed from Yesterday
[1973]
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The Fool And Me Shame The Devil Love's Gonna Bring You Round Bridge Of Sighs Day Of The Eagle Daydream Hannah In This Place Pride Sweet Angel Reconsider Baby A Tale Untold Inside Out Tear It Up 20th Century Blues It's For You (feat. James Dewar) In Too Deep About To Begin Alethea Lady Love Little Bit Of Sympathy Messin' The Blues Too Rolling Stoned Bluebird Sweet Wine Of Love Somebody Calling I Can't Wait Much Longer Confessin' Midnight Gonna Be More Suspicious Caledonia Man Of The World Victims Of The Fury Another Time Another Place Shattered Careless Twice Removed From Yesterday Roads To Freedom Caroline I Want You Home (i Would) Still Be Here For You If You Really Want To Find Love (let's) Turn This Fight Into A Brawl Over You Rock Me Baby Climb Above The Rooftops For Earth Below Into Money Natural Fact Under The Gun Isn't It Time Sea Of Love Second Time Long Misty Days Love Attack This Blue Love Love Won't Wait Forever Ev'rybody's Watching You Now All That I Want Fine Day It's Only Money Fly Low I'm Out To Get You (feat. James Dewar) Sail On (feat. James Dewar) I Can't Stand It The Playful Heart Sinner's Song Birthday Boy (feat. James Dewar) Sailing Find Me Fool (feat. James Dewar) Lost In Love (feat. James Dewar) Camille King Of The Dance (feat. James Dewar) And We Shall Call It Love My Love (Burning Love) [feat. James Dewar] Carmen (feat. Jack Bruce) Song For Those Who Fell If Forever Run With The Wolves When Will The Next Blow Fall Breathless Go My Way Long Hard Game This Old World Into Dust On Your Own Take This River Delusion Sweet Delusion Ain't No Use To Worry Where You Are Going To Back Where You Belong We Will Be Together Someday I'm Holding On To You Ballerina The Fruits Of Your Desire Jigsaw In My Dream River Life On Earth Into The Flame Smile Falling Star Ready For The Taking In City Dreams Farther On Up The Road Little Girl Only Time The Ring
Related Information for Robin Trower
Robin Trower (born March 9, 1945 in Catford, England) is a British blues rock guitarist who achieved success with Procol Harum during the 1960's, and then again as the leader of his own power trio.Perhaps Trower's most famous album is Bridge of Sighs (1974). This album, along with his first (Twice Removed from Yesterday) and third (For Earth Below) solo albums, was produced by his former Procol Harum band mate, organist Matthew Fisher.Those who favor electric guitarists who can play live what they record in the studio will be very impressed with the "Robin Trower Live" album - especially the cut "Daydream". While often compared to Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower never received the publicity nor... read more