Robin Trower - Passion flac album
Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1495 mb
FLAC album: 1530 mb
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Passion is a 1986 studio album by Robin Trower. The album was honored with a first place award in the Rock category by the American Association of Independent Music. All tracks by Robin Trower and Dave Bronze except where noted. Caroline" (Trower, Bronze, Reg Webb) – 4:02. Secret Doors" (Trower, Webb) – 4:16. Won't Even Think About You" – 3:37. No Time" (Trower, Bronze, Webb) – 4:31.
Guitar – Robin Trower. Illustration – Christopher Polentz. Keyboards – Reg Webb. Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Robert A. Martin. Lead Vocals – Davey Pattison. Mastered By – Bernie Grundman. Mixed By – Robert Margouleff. Passion (LP, Album).
Band Name Robin Trower. Labels Chrysalis Records. Music StyleGuitar Hero. Members owning this album4. 4. Won't Even Think About You. 5. Passion.
This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 97/154 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 123BPM, ends at BPM (-123), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Robin Trower.
More albums from Robin Trower: Time And Emotion by Robin Trower. Back It Up by Robin Trower. Something’s About To Change by Robin Trower. BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert by Robin Trower. For Earth Below by Robin Trower. Robin Trower Live! by Robin Trower. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents: Live In Concert by Robin Trower. 20th Century Blues by Robin Trower. View all albums . Wont’t Even Think About You. More albums from Robin Trower: Time And Emotion by Robin Trower.
Won't Even Think About You, 03:37.
I know it's Robin Trower but not the Trower before this album. For the first time I hear more pop than blues in his songs. Passion peaked at on the album charts, not real good, but a considerable improvement, at least on the charts, than his previous album, Back It Up (.On this album Trower had once again changed his lead vocalist, this time it's Dave Pattison who sounds somewhat like James Dewar but without the soulful quality that he possessed. The album opens with "Caroline" which is one of the most pop sounding songs Trower has recorded in his solo career . It's not a bad Trower album, it's stands well with almost everything else he had done up to this point but it's not the same style. I think most Trower fans will still enjoy this album, just be aware that it IS different. 2 people found this helpful.