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In The Line Of Fire

1 Dec 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 23 Sep 2003
  • Release Date: 23 Sep 2003
  • Label: Rhino Atlantic
  • Copyright: 1990 Atlantic Recording Corp.
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  • Total Length: 45:16
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  • ASIN: B001LOF1C6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 93,303 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
By HANS D HARMS - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I am a TROWER nut and take offence at the negative reviews. If all his CD's have to sound alike to please some of his older fans, so be it but don't knock this CD. Yes it is different, yes it has certain 80's flavours about it and yes it misses JAMES DEWAR, but like all his other output, it is still quality rocking blues. TROWER is such a talented guitarist that even his mediocre output ( PASSION ) is still of the highest standards and contains a number of outstanding tracks. This one differs from his 70's material in that it is more POP / ROCK than BLUES / ROCK, but most of these tracks are as good as it gets in this genre and TROWER as always plays some brilliant solos. The vocalist is very good, even if he isn't up to the DEWAR standard ( WHO IS??????) and the tunes are mostly very catchy and energetic. If you are a TROWER fan, accept the different offerings and marvel at the breadth of his style and talent.
20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Trower Adrift 17 Mar 2004
By Kurt Harding - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this CD several weeks ago thinking it was more new music by Robin Trower after seeing it listed on this site as having been issued in January 2004. Oops, that's a reissue folks. I have been a Trower fan since he played with Procol Harum and had never heard of this CD. And after listening to it a half dozen times, I understand the reasons for its obscurity.
This is not the Robin Trower I've known and loved for years. This is a Robin Trower trapped in the worst musical cliches of the 80s. Now some folks are going to think this is a fabulous CD and those folks are the same ones who kept bands like Foreigner and Styx in business during that musically benighted decade. If those bands are to your taste, you are going to love this.
In the Line of Fire is archetypical 80s music, with its tell-tale corporate rock sound and the lame chorus of backing vocals so typical of that time. Its pretensions are to power rock, but the reality of the music is purely formulaic. Fans weaned on Trower's early material are probably not going to like this at all.
The final two cuts save the CD from being a complete waste of money and vinyl. Let's Turn This Fight Into a Brawl is a great, hard-driving rocker and Climb Above The Rooftops is a searing blues number that explodes with savage licks on Trower's guitar.
I am of course disappointed by the overall quality of the music for it shows Trower to be seriously adrift. Old-time Trower fans might want to skip this and pick up the redeeming new Living Out Of Time instead.
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
What if you had never heard of Robin Trower ? 30 July 2005
By The Shade - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a fine release.

It's not a sellout.
It's not a copout.

It IS a stellar guitarist of the 1st order on his musical quest.

This has excellent songs, in a modern format.

Sure, the guitarwork is present.

Davey Pattison is the best vocalist for Trower, this side of James Dewar (now deceased).

Glen Letsch is on bass. So the bass is brighter, then the older material.

This release has some great songs : Climb Above the Rooftops, Turn the Volume Up, which rock in the best, Trower style.
The beautiful , slow, If You Really Want To Find The Love, gives us the very soulful side of Trower's music.

Jimi Hendrix had more commonality, then sounds with Robin.
Hendrix felt that many fans stopped evolving past Foxey Lady.

Robin Trower has fans who never crossed - The Bridge Of Sighs.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The Best Blues after BB, 22 Aug 2005
By Katarina Von Brandt-cadieux - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I just learned of Robin after seeing his name on some CD's he produced for Bryan Ferry, Whom I love! Robin has been my brothers

favorite for years but I never listen to his music, for many years

I could of enjoyed this fantastic artist's music, I have a lot of

catching up to do!!!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Forgotten album 19 Jun 2008
By S. Farrell - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I am a long time Trower fan and somehow I didn't remember this album when I saw it on Amazon. When I listened to it I recalled most of the songs. I find it strange that this was not in my CD collection nor in my recollection. Having gotten reacquainted with the album, I have to say it is not one of my fav Trower albums. Certainly not his best with Davey Pattison. I think Davey works great with Trower but this album is the weakest of the lot in my opinion. However, track #9 is a great tune. Also I must say that in spite of the fact that the songs are not his best (again IMHO), the lead solos and guitar playing in general rocks! After reading a recent Trower interview, I believe this album was released during an era when the record company was pushing Trower to write music that had wide commercial appeal. I doubt Trower considers this one of his better works. Nevertheless, there are good tunes on the CD and I don't regret buying it.
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