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A brand new Repertoire series, sourced from the BBC archives, restored concert performance on region free NTSC DVD:(Audio selection of Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound) Re-mastered stereo soundtrack CD
20-page booklet with detailed liner notes and interview with Robin Trower.
Rock Goes To College was a BBC series that first ran between 1978 and 1981 on British television. Upcoming rock bands were showcased, and it was broadcast live from small venues at University,Polytechnic and College halls, where tickets were often given free to students, ensuring a full capacity attendance and lively atmosphere.
Each performance would be a 40-50 minute set, and the original Sight & Sound broadcasts were transmitted simultaneously on BBC TV and in Stereo on BBC Radio One.
Ex-Procol Harum guitarist Robin Trower was already well established as a solo artist by 1980, with 7 albums already out and one currently in active promotion. He was also a regular act on the UK college circuit throughout the 1970s.
The London University gig captures the extraordinary skills of this now revered guitar legend at his peak.
The authoritative liner notes by Blues Matters magazine editor Alan Pearce includes a new interview with Robin Trower.
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The sound quality on the CD is basically the sound track from the TV show. It's not a great sounding CD, not awful but it's not full range sounding by todays standards.
But watch the DVD and you see what's really cool about this box set of two discs. The sound with the picture is much more tolerable and makes a lot more sense. The video is pretty crude by todays standards but it's very watchable and has great closeups of Robin laying into his Stratocaster.
It's great to see Jim Dewar up close too, he's singing lead and playing bass.
It's also great to see Bill Lordan on drums playing live with the band.
I saw this incarnation of Robin Trower band live several times back in the 70's so it's a great bit of time travel for me going back and seeing these performances that meant so much to me back then.
I took off one star because of the weak sound quality of the audio CD.
If you love Robin Trower music and DVD's buy this!
Good music to all!
I have about 150 concert DVD's and this one is easily in my top 10 faves and might very well be in my top 5.
Audio and video are good enough for 1980 but the talent on stage is off the fricken chain!!!
Also the performance is quite intimate without excessive overwrought overproduction ..... and I liked that about this concert ....
But audiophile or not, this is a must-own show for any and all Robin Trower fans as well as all casual and diehard fans of this entire genre .... just watching the main guitar solo on Bridge of Sighs will leave you giddy for weeks on end and Dewar's vocals are exceptional as well.
And oh yeah, there's even a CD too. Party on!!!
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