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Robin Trower
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CD Reviews
Coming Closer to the Day
Review by Gary Hill
I've been a fan of Robin Trower since the 70s. For my money, the classic album from him is Bridge of Sighs, and that era is his best.

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Twice Removed From Yesterday
Review by Gary Hill
Robin Trower has always been an exceptional guitarist. His band was one of the coolest power trios out there.

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