LP 1067 / ROBIN TROWER - For Earth Below

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LP - 1067 - Robin Trower - 1975 USA / 1st press. Vinyl; EX+ - Cov; EX+ --------------------- Birth name Robin Leonard Trower Born 9 March 1945 (age 70) Catford, South East London, England, UK Genres; Rock, blues, blues-rock Occupation(s) Musician, vocalist, songwriter, bandleader Instruments Guitar Years active 1962–present Labels Chrysalis, Atlantic Associated acts Procol Harum, The Paramounts, Jack Bruce ----------------- Studio albums 1973 Twice Removed from Yesterday – Certified Gold by RIAA 1974 Bridge of Sighs – Certified Gold by RIAA[9] 1975 For Earth Below – Certified Gold by RIAA 1976 Long Misty Days – Certified Gold by RIAA 1977 In City Dreams – Certified Gold by RIAA 1978 Caravan to Midnight 1980 Victims of the Fury 1983 Back It Up 1987 Passion 1988 Take What You Need 1990 In the Line of Fire 1994 20th Century Blues 1997 Someday Blues 2000 Go My Way 2004 Living Out of Time 2005 Another Days Blues 2009 What Lies Beneath[10] 2010 The Playful Heart 2013 Roots And Branches[11] 2015 Something's About To Change ---------------- Live albums 1976 Robin Trower Live 1985 Beyond the Mist 1992 Live in Concert 1996 In Concert 1996 King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Robin Trower 1999 This Was Now '74-'98 2005 Living Out of Time: Live (Note: Also available on DVD) 2008 RT@RO.08 2011 Robin Trower at The BBC 1973-1975 2013 State To State: Live Across America 1974 - 1980 2015 Rock Goes To College Compilation 1991 Essential Robin Trower 2008 Day of The Eagle: The Best of Robin Trower 2010 A Tale Untold: The Chrysalis Years 1973-1976 2012 Farther On Up The Road: The Chrysalis Years 1977-1983 2014 Compendium 1987 - 2013 With Bryan Ferry 1993 Taxi (Bryan Ferry) 1994 Mamouna (Bryan Ferry) 2007 Dylanesque (Bryan Ferry) With Jack Bruce 1981 B.L.T. 1982 Truce 1989 No Stopping Anytime (compilation) 2008 Seven Moons 2009 Seven Moons Live (live) --------------- 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. In 1962, he formed a group that became The Paramounts, later including Westcliff High School pupil Gary Brooker. The Paramounts disbanded in 1966 to pursue individual projects. During this time, Trower created a local three-piece band called the Jam (not to be confused with the later group with Paul Weller). Trower then joined Brooker's new band Procol Harum following the success of their debut single "A Whiter Shade of Pale" in 1967, remaining with them until 1971 and appearing on Procol Harum's first five albums.[citation needed] Before launching his own eponymous band, he joined singer Frankie Miller, ex-Stone the Crows bassist/singer James Dewar, and former Jethro Tull drummer Clive Bunker to form the short-lived combo Jude.[1] This outfit did not record and soon split up. Trower retained Dewar as his bassist, who took on lead vocals as well, and recruited drummer Reg Isidore (later replaced by Bill Lordan) to form the Robin Trower Band in 1973.[2] Perhaps Trower's most famous album is Bridge of Sighs (1974).[citation needed] This album, along with his first and third solo albums, was produced by his former Procol Harum bandmate, organist Matthew Fisher. Despite differences, Trower's early power trio work was noted for Hendrixesque influences.[2] Trower is an influential guitarist who has inspired other guitar legends such as Robert Fripp, who praised him for his bends and the quality of his sounds, and took lessons from him.[3] In the early 1980s, Trower teamed up with former Cream bassist Jack Bruce and his previous drummers Lordan and Isidore, for two albums, BLT (Bruce, Lordan, Trower) and Truce (Trower, Bruce, Isidore).[2] After those albums, he released another album with James Dewar on vocals titled Back It Up in 1983.[4] Robin Trower was dropped from Chrysalis Records afterwards.[5] Trower at the Liri Blues Festival, Italy, in 2005 In 1991 Trower was also a part of the Night of the Guitars II European tour organised by Sting and The Police manager Miles Copeland. The tour featured Ronnie Montrose, Saga's Ian Crichton, Dave Sharman, Jan Akkerman and Laurie Wisefield. Thirteen albums later, Trower's album, Living Out of Time (2003), features the return of veteran bandmates Dave Bronze on bass, vocalist Davey Pattison (formerly with Ronnie Montrose's band Gamma) and Pete Thompson on drums—the same line-up as the mid 1980s albums Passion and Take What You Need. With the same bandmates Trower gave a concert on his 60th birthday in Bonn, Germany. The concert was recorded by the German television channel WDR. It was then released on DVD and subsequently on CD throughout Europe and later the US under the title Living Out of Time: Live. 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. A 2008 world tour began in Ft. Pierce, Florida on 16 January 2008. Joining Davey Pattison and Pete Thompson was Glenn Letsch (formerly of Gamma) playing bass. European dates began in April. The show of 29 March 2008 at the Royal Oak Music Theater in Royal Oak, Michigan was released as a double album on V12 Records. As his "big hero" he referenced the early James Brown where blues is crossing over into rock and roll.[6]

LP 1066 / ROBIN THROWER - Long Misty Days

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LP 1066 - Robin Trower - 1976 USA / 1st ptrss usa. Vinyl; EX ( et par små knepp i bakrunn på malingsflekk ? ) Cover; EX ------------------ Birth name Robin Leonard Trower Born 9 March 1945 (age 70) Catford, South East London, England, UK Genres; Rock, blues, blues-rock Occupation(s) Musician, vocalist, songwriter, bandleader Instruments Guitar Years active 1962–present Labels Chrysalis, Atlantic Associated acts Procol Harum, The Paramounts, Jack Bruce ----------------- Studio albums 1973 Twice Removed from Yesterday – Certified Gold by RIAA 1974 Bridge of Sighs – Certified Gold by RIAA[9] 1975 For Earth Below – Certified Gold by RIAA 1976 Long Misty Days – Certified Gold by RIAA 1977 In City Dreams – Certified Gold by RIAA 1978 Caravan to Midnight 1980 Victims of the Fury 1983 Back It Up 1987 Passion 1988 Take What You Need 1990 In the Line of Fire 1994 20th Century Blues 1997 Someday Blues 2000 Go My Way 2004 Living Out of Time 2005 Another Days Blues 2009 What Lies Beneath[10] 2010 The Playful Heart 2013 Roots And Branches[11] 2015 Something's About To Change ---------------- Live albums 1976 Robin Trower Live 1985 Beyond the Mist 1992 Live in Concert 1996 In Concert 1996 King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Robin Trower 1999 This Was Now '74-'98 2005 Living Out of Time: Live (Note: Also available on DVD) 2008 RT@RO.08 2011 Robin Trower at The BBC 1973-1975 2013 State To State: Live Across America 1974 - 1980 2015 Rock Goes To College Compilation 1991 Essential Robin Trower 2008 Day of The Eagle: The Best of Robin Trower 2010 A Tale Untold: The Chrysalis Years 1973-1976 2012 Farther On Up The Road: The Chrysalis Years 1977-1983 2014 Compendium 1987 - 2013 With Bryan Ferry 1993 Taxi (Bryan Ferry) 1994 Mamouna (Bryan Ferry) 2007 Dylanesque (Bryan Ferry) With Jack Bruce 1981 B.L.T. 1982 Truce 1989 No Stopping Anytime (compilation) 2008 Seven Moons 2009 Seven Moons Live (live) --------------- 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. In 1962, he formed a group that became The Paramounts, later including Westcliff High School pupil Gary Brooker. The Paramounts disbanded in 1966 to pursue individual projects. During this time, Trower created a local three-piece band called the Jam (not to be confused with the later group with Paul Weller). Trower then joined Brooker's new band Procol Harum following the success of their debut single "A Whiter Shade of Pale" in 1967, remaining with them until 1971 and appearing on Procol Harum's first five albums.[citation needed] Before launching his own eponymous band, he joined singer Frankie Miller, ex-Stone the Crows bassist/singer James Dewar, and former Jethro Tull drummer Clive Bunker to form the short-lived combo Jude.[1] This outfit did not record and soon split up. Trower retained Dewar as his bassist, who took on lead vocals as well, and recruited drummer Reg Isidore (later replaced by Bill Lordan) to form the Robin Trower Band in 1973.[2] Perhaps Trower's most famous album is Bridge of Sighs (1974).[citation needed] This album, along with his first and third solo albums, was produced by his former Procol Harum bandmate, organist Matthew Fisher. Despite differences, Trower's early power trio work was noted for Hendrixesque influences.[2] Trower is an influential guitarist who has inspired other guitar legends such as Robert Fripp, who praised him for his bends and the quality of his sounds, and took lessons from him.[3] In the early 1980s, Trower teamed up with former Cream bassist Jack Bruce and his previous drummers Lordan and Isidore, for two albums, BLT (Bruce, Lordan, Trower) and Truce (Trower, Bruce, Isidore).[2] After those albums, he released another album with James Dewar on vocals titled Back It Up in 1983.[4] Robin Trower was dropped from Chrysalis Records afterwards.[5] Trower at the Liri Blues Festival, Italy, in 2005 In 1991 Trower was also a part of the Night of the Guitars II European tour organised by Sting and The Police manager Miles Copeland. The tour featured Ronnie Montrose, Saga's Ian Crichton, Dave Sharman, Jan Akkerman and Laurie Wisefield. Thirteen albums later, Trower's album, Living Out of Time (2003), features the return of veteran bandmates Dave Bronze on bass, vocalist Davey Pattison (formerly with Ronnie Montrose's band Gamma) and Pete Thompson on drums—the same line-up as the mid 1980s albums Passion and Take What You Need. With the same bandmates Trower gave a concert on his 60th birthday in Bonn, Germany. The concert was recorded by the German television channel WDR. It was then released on DVD and subsequently on CD throughout Europe and later the US under the title Living Out of Time: Live. 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. A 2008 world tour began in Ft. Pierce, Florida on 16 January 2008. Joining Davey Pattison and Pete Thompson was Glenn Letsch (formerly of Gamma) playing bass. European dates began in April. The show of 29 March 2008 at the Royal Oak Music Theater in Royal Oak, Michigan was released as a double album on V12 Records. As his "big hero" he referenced the early James Brown where blues is crossing over into rock and roll.[6]

LP-982 / ROBIN TROWER - Beyond The Mist

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LP-982 / ROBIN TROWER - Beyond The Mist - 1985 Fransk Press Vinyl; NM / Cover; EX

LP-2366 / ROBIN TROWER - Live !

Pris: 175,00 NOK
LP-2366 / ROBIN TROWER - Live ! - 1976 USA Vinyl; NM / Cover; EX