When people talk about early-period Trower, they almost invariably focus on Bridge of Sighs, the album that led to his breakthrough to the big time. Whilst BoS was undeniably excellent, Twice Removed doesn't deserve to be left lurking in its shadow. True, it's relatively slower paced than later albums, but it does feature a rousing Rock Me Baby, the elegant I Can't Wait Much Longer and the all-time-classic Hendrix tribute, Daydream. James Dewar's superb vocals are a fantastic complement to Trower's classy guitar work throughout - what an underrated singer he was. Recommended.