Robin Trower For Earth Below Full Album
5 Sars = Masterpiece
Robin Trower's third album, "For Earth Below," 1975, is the dark horse of his first 5 albums, along with the fifth of his essential studio works, "In City Dreams."
Criminally underrated, "For Earth Below" features Trower stretching out a little, & some of his best material is right here! Trower is the king of spacey heavy guitar, that is somehow also light & ethereal. He can play as delicate as a master painters brush stroke, bringing out all the brilliance, texture, & artistry he commands. Coloring your world with his long luxurious notes, & filling your muse with dreamy music landscapes. He can also come down with thunderously heavy gauge riffery, shooting momentously funky rhythms straight through you ears & out your feet. Trower is as capable as anyone at his art, & with the overlooked treasure that is James Dewar on bass & vocals, Trower seemingly can conjure up wizardry, putting his magic spell on all those who would listen. "For Earth Below" is a text book example Trower, during the height of his early to mid 70's creativity!
So, turn this on, & turn it up, let Trower be your guide to enlightenment of his world above!
1. Shame The Devil
2. It's Only Money
3. Confessin' Midnight
4. Fine Day
6. A Tale Untold
7. Gonna Be More Suspicious
8. For Earth Below