ROBIN TROWER - INFILTRATING YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS [CD5/6/7 OF 9]

January 29, 2020 – 5:09 am

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ROBIN TROWER
Infiltrating Your Subconscious [no label, CD5/6/7 of 9]

Fan-made compilation. Live at the BBC; Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA; November 21, 1974 (soundboard);  Stockholm Concert Hall, Stockholm, Sweden; February 3, 1975 (soundboard); Cains Ballroom, Tulsa, Oklahoma; December 10, 1977 (soundboard); Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA; April 1, 1976 (audience).

English rock guitarist and vocalist Robin Trower achieved success with Procol Harum during the 1960s, and then again as the bandleader of his own power trio known as The Robin Trower Band.

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Interview with Joe Bosso, guitarworld.com; June 2019:

During the Seventies, you were compared to Jimi Hendrix quite frequently.

I certainly was.

Did you ever find it funny that writers never mentioned BB King? You often cite him as your biggest influence.

That was strange, yes. BB King completely changed the way I looked at playing the guitar. Before I heard him, I was doing more of your stock rock ‘n’ roll playing - nothing bad about it, but it was pretty much like everybody else. BB came along and started doing these really soulful melodies with bends and vibrato. He was so expressive and creative. That really had a tremendous impact on me. And then I heard Albert King and Hendrix, so I absorbed their styles. Whenever I play, I can definitely hear the three of them - BB, Albert and Jimi.

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If you are a fan, you’d probably have most of these tracks. Otherwise, treat this as a Robin Trower primer.

Thanks to mysterioso for sharing the shows on the net.

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Disc 5
Track 501. Twice Removed From Yesterday (1974.12.21 Philadelphia) 4:11
Track 502. Lady Love (1974.12.21 Philadelphia) 3:00
Track 503. Daydream (1974.12.21 Philadelphia) 7:40
Track 504. Too Rolling Stoned (1974.12.21 Philadelphia) 5:55
Track 505. I Can’t Wait Much Longer (1974.12.21 Philadelphia) 6:46
Track 506. Day of the Eagle (1974.12.21 Philadelphia) 3:59
Track 507. Little Bit of Sympathy (1974.12.21 Philadelphia) 5:11
508. Too Rolling Stoned (1975.02.03 Stockholm) - Omiited *
509. Daydream (1975.02.03 Stockholm) - Omiited *
510. Rock Me Baby (1975.02.03 Stockholm) - Omiited *
511. Lady Love (1975.02.03 Stockholm) - Omiited *
512. I Can’t Wait Much Longer (1975.02.03 Stockholm) - Omiited *
513. Alethea (1975.02.03 Stockholm) - Omiited *
514. Little Bit Of Sympathy (1975.02.03 Stockholm) - Omiited *
37 mins

* Available on Robin Trower Live (Chrysalis).

Disc 6
601. Fine Day (1975.01.28 BBC) - Omiited **
602. Confessing Midnight (1975.01.28 BBC) - Omiited **
603. It’s Only Money (1975.01.28 BBC) - Omiited **
604. Gonna Be More Suspicious (1975.01.28 BBC) - Omiited **
605. Day Of The Eagle (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
606. Bridge Of Sighs  (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
607. Gonna Be More Suspicious (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
608. Fine Day (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
609. Lady Love (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
610. Daydream (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
611. Too Rolling Stoned (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
612. I Can’t Wait Much Longer (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
613. Alethea (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
614. Little Bit Of Sympathy (1975.01.29 BBC) - Omiited **
Track 615. Somebody Calling (1977.12.10 Oklahoma) 6:07
Track 616. Bluebird  (1977.12.10 Oklahoma) 4:20
11 mins

** Released on Robin Trower: At The BBC 1973-1975 (Chrysalis).

Disc 7
Track 701. Day Of The Eagle (1976.04.01 Boston) 4:06
Track 702. Bridge Of Sighs (1976.04.01 Boston) 7:08
Track 703. Lady Love (1976.04.01 Boston) 3:29
Track 704. The Fool And Me (1976.04.01 Boston) 5:48
Track 705. Long Misty Days (1976.04.01 Boston) 5:29
Track 706. Too Rolling Stoned (1976.04.01 Boston) 9:21
Track 707. Daydream (1976.04.01 Boston) 9:57
Track 708. Same Rain Falls (1976.04.01 Boston) 3:45
Track 709. I Can’t Wait Much Longer (1976.04.01 Boston) 7:09
Track 710. Alethea (1976.04.01 Boston) 4:17
Track 711. Little Bit Of Sympathy (1976.04.01 Boston) 7:39
Track 712. Rock Me Baby (1976.04.01 Boston) 6:46
Track 713. SMO (1976.04.01 Boston) 4:57
80 mins

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  1. 11 Responses to “ROBIN TROWER - INFILTRATING YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS [CD5/6/7 OF 9]”

  2. Rumor has it Robin gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Jan 29, 2020

  3. Robin was hung like a bull if memory serves me. His prick was also curved.

    By Pam Des Barris on Jan 29, 2020

  4. Too much information Pam.

    By Sonny on Jan 29, 2020

  5. I don’t get it.
    People go to the trouble of sharing fantastic shows for others to download/enjoy, and a few serial morons insist on posting the same boring, unamusing remarks which have nothing whatsoever to do with the music.

    By Macca on Jan 29, 2020

  6. “Serial morons”…PERFECT.

    By Dave on Jan 29, 2020

  7. Rumor has it angry complainers gots Lil Uns

    By U L E on Jan 29, 2020

  8. ULE-
    Rumor has it u have no friends.
    Nobody loves u.
    It’s because u don’t even like yourself.
    This isn’t an insult…or complaint.
    Just an observation.
    It’s basic psychology really.
    Now go do something productive.
    Have an AWESOME day.
    But more importantly just go away.
    THANK U!

    By just wow on Jan 29, 2020

  9. Thank you Big O amigos. This will help be decompress after the Sturgeon tournament this weekend. One can only take so much high school basketball.
    respectfully, James

    By James Smith on Jan 30, 2020

  10. Robin Trower is OK but what I’d really like is a motherfuckin Black Sabbath show from say 70 71 72 . Some fuckin sabbath would hit the spot. Get with the program

    By Derrick on Jan 30, 2020

  11. Anti , dude , you got me on a Sabbath kick man .. I need a sabbath fix . Is there a way to download that alternative Master of Reality?

    By Derrick on Jan 30, 2020

  12. @ There’s nothing as boring as Black Sabbath concert, especially when Van Halen opens the show.

    By dugfried on Jan 31, 2020

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