EBBETS FIELD 1973 by ROBIN TROWER Compact Disc GOSS038 pre order

Regular price £12.50

pre order item shipping on or around the release date below 

*New Release*
released on 7/8/2020

EBBETS FIELD 1973 

by ROBIN TROWER
Compact Disc

 

GOSS038

Label: GOSSIP

DYNAMIC ROBIN TROWER BAND BROADCAST FROM THE YEAR OF THEIR DEBUT ALBUM 1. The Fool And Me  5:42
2. Twice Removed From Yesterday  4:15
3. Lady Love  3:29
4. Daydream  6:34
5. Another Day, Another Night  4:06
6. I Can’t Wait Much Longer  6:17
7. Man Of The World  3:10
8. Sinner’s Song  4:55
9. Little Bit Of Sympathy  5:11
10. I Can’t Stand It  4:22
11. Robin Trower Interview Part 1  7:26
12. Robin Trower Interview Part 2  6:11
13. Robin Trower Interview Part 3  6:00

  • Robin Trower grew up in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. In 1962, he formed the group that soon became The Paramounts, later including

    Westcliff High School pupil Gary Brooker. The Paramounts disbanded in 1966 to pursue individual projects. Trower then joinedBrooker's new band Procol Harum following the success of their debut single ‘A Whiter Shade of Pale’ in 1967, remaining with them until 1971 and appearing on the group's first five albums.

  • Now wanting to form his own group, Trower invited James Dewar, ex of Stone The Crows, to act as his bassist and recruited drummer Reg Isidore (later replaced by Bill Lordan) to form the Robin Trower Band in 1973.

  • Trower’s first LP with his new combo, Twice Removed From Yesterday, came out in March ’73 on Chrysalis, following which the three-piece went out on tour to promote the new record. On August 6th they played at the famous Ebbet’s Field Club in Denver, where they put on an incredible show which was recorded for live FM Radio Broadcast.

  • Previously unreleased the full set performed is now available on this CD for the first time, with the added attraction of bonus cuts featuring a lengthy interview with Robin Trower, during which he details his entire career from his time in The Paramounts and Procul Harum through to his lengthy solo-career.