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Robin Trower - Long Misty Days / In City Dreams Import, Original recording remastered

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2 on 1 Reissue with Sleeve Notes By Robert Fripp.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Same Rain Falls
  2. Long Misty Days
  3. Hold Me
  4. Caledonia
  5. Pride
  6. Sailing
  7. S.M.O.
  8. I Can't Live Without You
  9. Messin The Blues
  10. Somebody Calling
  11. Sweet Wine Of Love
  12. Bluebird
  13. Falling Star
  14. Farther On Up The Road
  15. Smile
  16. Little Girl
  17. Love's Gonna Bring You Round
  18. In City Dreams


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 1, 2015)
  • Imported ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: BGO
  • ASIN: B0000011P6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,154 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Kurt Harding VINE VOICE on February 20, 2002
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I've been a Robin Trower fan since hearing the first note he recorded with Procol Harum. I kind of lost track of him after his outing with Jack Bruce but have recently begun to acquire on CD what I have on album.
BGO is pairing up some of the old Trower albums in order of issue. Unlike the last set (For Earth Below and Robin Trower Live), the two albums here complement one another in such a way that it seems they should have been issued together.
I like Trower's hard-rocking songs, there are plenty on offer here: Same Rain Falls, Hold Me, Pride, Further On Up The Road, and Caledonia. But I also like his more experimental and innovative side: Somebody Calling, Smile, Love's Gonna Bring You Round, and In City Dreams. Guitar lovers will thrill to Trower's heroics and James Dewar's matchless voice gives depth and soul to his music in much the same way that Jack Bruce's vocals expressed the soul of Cream.
There is also a softer angle to some of Trower's songs which sometimes works very well, as on Sweet Wine of Love and Little Girl, though Dewar's voice is usually at it's best on the grittier songs.
Long Misty Days and In City Dreams feature some of the best of Robin Trower's early solo work. If you have been with Trower all along, you already know that. But if you are a recent convert. this is one of the key recordings you should add to your collection. BGO has put together a pairing that really works and is worth every penny of the price.
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Oh boy, where to begin?
"Long Misty Days" chugs along with the intesity of all Trower's blues-driven rock albums, and is a solid listen. However, "In City Dreams" is the ultimate listening experience. The atmosphere on this album is THICK. It's 40 minutes of hypnotic listening, from the haunting "Somebody Calling" to the optimistic "Smile" to the incredible title track. The guitar work is impeccable; the songwriting phenomenal. Not a popular Trower album, but if you want pure emotion combined with beautiful guitar effects and vocals, this is IT!
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By A Customer on December 12, 2000
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Individually, either one of these albums is a good listen. But as a 2 for 1 CD, it's a must. Neither is an example of Trower's most demonstrative work - he solos much more intensely on, say his "Bridge of Sighs" CD, one often compared to Hendrix sound. But there are some similarities. There's no "Too Rolling Stoned's" but tunes like "Same Rain Falls" and Trower's version of "Caledonia" seem to fit the "Day of the Eagle" mold, and "Long Misty Days" and "Hold Me" (All from the "Long Misty Day's" end of this 2 for 1 CD) do bear a resemblence to other elements of the "B.O.S." CD. Though collectively, they don't set the same mood as effectively. That's where "Long Misty Days" benefits from being paired with the "In City Dreams" CD. Add this title track to that CD, along with "Somebody's Calling, Sweet Wine of Life, Bluebird" and "Smile" and, minus a few seemingly out of place tunes in between, you have a great sampling of Trower at his mood setting best. Not the tour de force work that Trower-ites will compare to other guitarists of the time. But as for work that creates a feel, sprinkeled with plenty of Trower flavor, this is a great CD. "In City Dreams" represents Trower's last stylish venture. The mid 80s seemed to create something of an identity crisis to Trower and subsequent CDs would tend to meander a bit. Knowing that, to acquire both these recordings on one CD is an opportunity to good to pass up. Also, the remastering of these CDs makes this CD even more of a treat. The sound is fabulous.
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These two-fer Robin Trower albums are great items because the original LPs were relatively short. If any of the tracks don't work for you, chances are two or three others will get you pressing repeat or turning up the volume. Classic stuff, if you are a fan of Trower and James Dewar. If not, you may be my wife, and you should go back to your Bee Gees LPs. Get these now, I doubt they will be available for long.
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These are great collections, and even though my friends and I always loved the screaming guitar tunes, I've always REALLY liked Trowers slow and soft ballads and love songs. His guitar effects and technique amaze me on songs like In City Dreams, Somebody Calling, Bluebird, Little Girl and (my wife and himself's song), Sweet Wine of Love. For a hard rocker, he can have a very subtle hand. Don't even get me started on the late James Dewar [a Scotsman, no less!). Great music for any mood, and an excellent set!
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Boy, that combination of Robin Trower and Jimmy Dewar just grows on me more and more every time I listen to this stuff. They were made to play together, from the sound of it...
Some really good stuff on this Cd -I particularly liked "Some Rain falls", "Long Misty Days" and "I Can't Live Without You". I have LIVED that song... they hit that one out of the park. All in all, I can heartily recommend this CD to you.
Robin is absolutely one of the most talented, most underated guitarists in the world. Why he's not a household name is beyond me. Must be too talented???
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