The eclectic British band Procol Harum has the distinction of placing two of the most unlikely songs at the top of the singles chart five years apart, yet these same these guys put the capital “A” in “Art Rock”…
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Ultra-rare nightclub appearance by a young and hungry Robin Trower barely two years after risking everything by leaving Procol Harum, and just four months after the release of their second album, Bridge of Sighs. Robin takes no prisoners.on “The Fool & Me” 1973.
Happy birthday Robin Trower, still rockin’ the blues while grinning broadly! Apparently Robin Trower’s Bridge of Sighs album released forty Aprils past is held in high esteem by more than just me. If you really were paying attention prior to 1974, you might have noticed Robin Trower’s muscular, bluesy guitar on English art rocker Procol […]
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