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Robin Trower
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Robin Trower
Title: Passion
Members Wishing: 8
Total Copies: 0
Label: GNP Crescendo Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/1987
Re-Release Date: 9/1/1987
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Blues Rock, Rock Guitarists, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 052824218727, 787364069224, 090204026074, 669910766453

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A MUST for anyone who loves Trower at all
Mr. P. Power | Chicago, Illinois USA | 06/17/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This L.P. never got any airplay when it came out but like most of RT's work. He's done great stuff since bridge of sighs L.P. (which is a Top notch classic to be sure) but there's so much more to this artist, and this is a great slice of him from a more modern time in his career. It is both as polished as it is Lyrical and strong. I absolutly love this L.P. It Rocks hard and yet is still very soulful as well. Not that anyone who listens to trower dose'nt know he has always had a knack for that as well as the knack for always finding great english vocalist that seem to have the same strong passionate sound to them. I find The vocals on all his albums stand up to match his great guitar vituoso."
Where did the new singer come from ? (Read On)
The Shade | The Sonaran Desert (Arizona) | 07/30/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Seems to be some confusion about the vocalist, Davey Pattison.

Background :Ronnie Montrose was looking for a singer for his new band called Gamma.
His first choice was the late, great James Dewar, who fronted Robin Trower's band for years.
James turned him down, but..he did know of an unknown, quality singer, for Ronnie Montrose.
That's was Davey Pattison that James Dewar recommended for Gamma.
He told Ronnie, "You'll like him . He sounds like me".

As for Passion... It's a modern Trower versus vintage Trower argument.

About as effective an argument of; new guitars versus old guitars , OR apples & oranges.

What about Clapton ? There's something to talk about. HA!

It does contain some worthwhile songs.

No Time is in the best tradition of Trower blues.
Secret Doors is a great, Trower style rocker.
Passion is good song.
If Forever & Night are good, slower numbers.

It may not be his best record, but it's good overall.

It's good that people enjoy the older material.
That is music that I love.

Musicians do evolve and change over the years.
How boring if all he ever played was the same thing, over & over & over...

This CD does contain some excellent guitar playing from Robin.

By the way, I saw this tour and the band sounded GREAT !

Don't get stuck on Too Rolling Stoned :)"
Where'd this come from?
Jonathan L. Mayhew | Fairfield, IA United States | 08/18/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I just sort of stumbled accross this obscure Trower album. Some other reviewers are [mad] its not the 70s Trower self indulgent long psychelic solo stuff. Its not. The guitar solos are woven in 4 minute vocal song format, mostly. They are bluesy, haunting and beautiful especially on "Night" which is one of those songs you want to play over & over again. This is the r&b end of pop rock. If you think you're too good for pop rock, then go back in whatever bag you like. In the planning of Passion I can see Trower's agent/ record company pleading or demanding something commercial to get him back on the charts. Robin Trower's strong suit has always been his melancholic, sweetly lyrical side--with an ability to give it a blistering rock edge. Its here in spades. If Dylan could make Nashville Skyline, why can't Trower do this cool record?"