Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Friday Music
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Robin Trower For Earth Below 180g LP

Robin Trower

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180g Audiophile Vinyl Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso From Original Chrysalis Records Tapes!

Whenever Robin Trower releases an album, it’s always a musical event. As the third in a perfect hat trick of multifaceted career defining albums, the legendary British guitarist (co-founder of Procol Harum) unleashed one of the most popular albums in his ever enduring catalog in 1975, For Earth Below.

This masterwork unites the guitar hero again with his powerful team of world class musicians, the late great James Dewar on simmering lead vocals & bass, and the powerful drum work of Bill Lordan. The brilliant guitar shredder and his amazing band truly throw down some of his classiest and hardest driving, best known repertoire for this Robin Trower and Procol Harum band mate production by Matthew Fisher.

The album begins with his hard rocker Shame The Devil. The tune finds Robin Trower blazing on some very solid power riffs making this the ultimate opening track for the listener.

The soulful hypnotic blues of It’s Only Money has the tremendous voicing of Robin’s guitar with Bill Lordan’s fine percussive elements and James’ signature vocal work throughout, truly making this one of the finest songs in Trower’s four decade career as a solo artist.

Always an astute bluesman, Robin Trower’s Confessin’ Midnight retains a solid groove which allows the progressive guitarist to power away with some very intricate fret work, making this album the classic that it is.

Hard rock fusion continues with more classics like his powerful funk infused Alethea, the hard rock champion, Gonna Be More Suspicious, and the ultimate Trower title smash For Earth Below, truly rewarding his fans with another masterpiece album in his gold and platinum career!

It is with much honor to announce the first time limited Anniversary Edition 180 Gram Audiophile release of Robin Trower’s classic, For Earth Below. As a continuation of the highly regarded Robin Trower/Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Series, this fine recording is mastered from the original Chrysalis Records’ tapes by Joe Reagoso (Robin Trower, Jeff Beck, Deep Purple, Yes) at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA.

Also for this rare anniversary edition, the album is presented with original LP cover artwork, not seen in decades, featuring all of the art elements you remember from this incredible 1975 smash album for Robin Trower.

Robin Trower... For Earth Below; A 180 Gram Audiophile Dream Release exclusively from your friends at Friday Music.

• 180g Audiophile Vinyl
• Mastered Impeccably by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA
• Mastered From Original Chrysalis Records Tapes
• Original Cover artwork not seen in decades

Robin Trower, guitar
Bill Lordan, drums
James Dewar, bass, vocals

Side One:

1. Shame the Devil
2. It's Only Money
3. Confessin' Midnight
4. Fine Day
Side Two:
1. Alethea
2. A Tale Untold
3. Gonna Be More Suspicious
4. For Earth Below

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