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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Robin Trower 1997 Someday Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:39:23
Size: 54,01 MB

United Kingdom

review Greg Prato

Robin Trower's peak commercial period occurred during the mid-'70s, when the bluesy guitarist specialized in a style that relied heavily on the power of the almighty riff (as evidenced by just about any selection from his best known release, 1974's Bridge of Sighs). But on his 1997 offering, Someday Blues, Trower tries a different approach, as he cuts back on the Jimi Hendrix-esque riffing, and focuses more on Albert King-style licks, and letting Hammond organ fill in much of the open spaces.

This approach is best sampled on "Feels So Bad" (which features some great vocalizing by Trower -- who handles all singing on the album as well) and the slow-burning title track. And for fans of a classic, searing Fender Strat tone, the album-closing "Sweet Little Angel" is a must-hear. While there's nothing here that matches the six-string pyrotechnics of, say, "Day of the Eagle," Trower still proves to be a major blues-rock force on Someday Blues. It's just that now Trower puts an added emphasis on the "blues" rather than the "rock."


01 - Next In Line 03:33

02 - Feel So Bad 03:25

03 - Someday Blues 04:39

04 - Crossroads 03:29

05 - I Want You To Love Me 04:45

06 - Inside Out 02:53

07 - Shining Through 04:46

08 - Looking For A True Love 03:01

09 - Extermination Blues 04:05

10 - Sweet Little Angel 04:47

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