Trower, Robin / Jack Bruce / Bill Lordan

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Trower, Robin / Jack Bruce / Bill Lordan - B.L.T. B.L.T.
Pop New - LP CHR 1324 Chrysalis
Sealed 1981 Original. “Though This Is Officially A Robin Trower Release Entitled B.L.T., The Marquee Giving Jack Bruce And Bill Lordan Equal Heading Above The Double-Sized Name Of Robin Trower, The Project Is Shouldered By All Talents Involved And Inhibited By A Dreadful Cover Photo Of A White Bread Sandwich: Bacon, Lettuce And Tomato With -- If You Look Closely -- Raw Bacon. All Concerned Would Have Been Better Off Titling This A Jack Bruce/Robin Trower Project With Drummer Bill Lordan. The Vocals Are All The Work Of Bruce With The Production By Trower, And A Moment Like "Won't Let You Down" Is Among The Best For Both The Vocalist Of Cream And The Guitar Player From Procol Harum. "Won't Let You Down" Is Subtle, Stunning, And Beautiful. It Oozes Out Of The Speakers With Double-Tracked Trower Guitar Work That Sounds Like He Was Listening To Hendrix's Cry Of Love Album Again. For The Trower Fans Who Couldn't Get Enough Of Him Sounding Like Hendrix, Take The "Voodoo Chile" Riffs Of "No Island Lost" And Add The Highly Commercial Voice Of Jack Bruce. The Combination Is Appealing While The Artists Lift The Melody Of "Voodoo Chile" As Well The Guitar, Making For Some Amazing And Magnetic Stuff. The Music These Fellows Weave Is Tremendous And Becomes A Distinctive Work In The Jack Bruce Catalog, Combining His Talents With Colleagues Who Share His Vision. "Carmen" Is Absolutely Haunting, And This Is One Of Those Beautiful LPs That True Fans Have To Seek Out. Couple The Terrible Album Cover Of B.L.T. With The Equally Absurd Marketing Of West, Bruce & Laing's Whatever Turns You On And One Gets The Feeling That Numerous Record Labels Were Trying Their Hardest To Keep Jack Bruce's Music As Underground As Possible. He Deserves Better, And B.L.T. Is An Experiment That, Musically, Is Very Successful And Holds Many Revelations. A More Compelling Package Is In Order For The Magic That's In These Grooves.” Joe Viglione, AMG.... more details
 
Trower, Robin / Jack Bruce / Bill Lordan - B.L.T. B.L.T.
Pop New - LP CHR 1324 Chrysalis
Sealed 1981 Original With Cut Corner. “Though This Is Officially A Robin Trower Release Entitled B.L.T., The Marquee Giving Jack Bruce And Bill Lordan Equal Heading Above The Double-Sized Name Of Robin Trower, The Project Is Shouldered By All Talents Involved And Inhibited By A Dreadful Cover Photo Of A White Bread Sandwich: Bacon, Lettuce And Tomato With -- If You Look Closely -- Raw Bacon. All Concerned Would Have Been Better Off Titling This A Jack Bruce/Robin Trower Project With Drummer Bill Lordan. The Vocals Are All The Work Of Bruce With The Production By Trower, And A Moment Like "Won't Let You Down" Is Among The Best For Both The Vocalist Of Cream And The Guitar Player From Procol Harum. "Won't Let You Down" Is Subtle, Stunning, And Beautiful. It Oozes Out Of The Speakers With Double-Tracked Trower Guitar Work That Sounds Like He Was Listening To Hendrix's Cry Of Love Album Again. For The Trower Fans Who Couldn't Get Enough Of Him Sounding Like Hendrix, Take The "Voodoo Chile" Riffs Of "No Island Lost" And Add The Highly Commercial Voice Of Jack Bruce. The Combination Is Appealing While The Artists Lift The Melody Of "Voodoo Chile" As Well The Guitar, Making For Some Amazing And Magnetic Stuff. The Music These Fellows Weave Is Tremendous And Becomes A Distinctive Work In The Jack Bruce Catalog, Combining His Talents With Colleagues Who Share His Vision. "Carmen" Is Absolutely Haunting, And This Is One Of Those Beautiful LPs That True Fans Have To Seek Out. Couple The Terrible Album Cover Of B.L.T. With The Equally Absurd Marketing Of West, Bruce & Laing's Whatever Turns You On And One Gets The Feeling That Numerous Record Labels Were Trying Their Hardest To Keep Jack Bruce's Music As Underground As Possible. He Deserves Better, And B.L.T. Is An Experiment That, Musically, Is Very Successful And Holds Many Revelations. A More Compelling Package Is In Order For The Magic That's In These Grooves.” Joe Viglione, AMG.... more details
 

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