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  • CD (22 mars 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Wounded Bird Records
  • ASIN : B00018CZJU
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD
Le guitariste rouquin a parvenu l'exploit d'être aussi influent auprès de ses collègues, que presque inconnu auprès du grand publique. Le type est pourtant un guitariste brillantissime, très inspiré, un compositeur fabuleux, qu'il s'agisse d'un rock blusie assez traditionnel ou d'un rock FM (comme c'est le cas ici), il surpasse largement la concurrence et poursuit sa carrière en vendant 3 disques tous les 10 ans. L'avantage, pour lui, c'est que lorsque vous en avez écouté un vous voudrez les écouter tous. Chacun à ses préférences, la mienne va à "take what you need". Fabuleux artiste.
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HASH(0x95c68c84) étoiles sur 5 A good cd / underappreciated. 20 juillet 2005
Par notatthistime - Publié sur
Format: CD
By the time the 80's rolled around, Robin Trower had become somewhat of a relic. Hair-metal was the order of the day. The surprising thing about this cd is RT's ability to merge his classic guitar-riff music with an overall updated sound. The first song, Tear it Up is worth the price of admission. Most of his faithfull fans probably own this disc already. It may not rank with his classic Bridge of Sighs, but still a good guitar rock disc. A good one to add to your collection.
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HASH(0x95c68cd8) étoiles sur 5 Razor sharp guitar and great tunes 15 août 2005
Par Scott Hedegard - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
One of the recent re-releases from Wounded Bird Records, Robin Trower's "Take What You Need" is probably his best later period work, alongside "Passion" and the much underrated "Someday Blues".

Trower acolytes know this master of the Strat is much much more than a mere clone of Hendrix. He has a great contemporary flair that shows full force on "Take What You Need."

The star of the show is Trower's astonishingly fluid, melodic solos that still manage to drop your jaws to the floor. Davey Pattison is a fine vocalist with a silky smooth delivery that complements Trower's chorus soaked guitar.

The title track is one of the great songs of Trower's career. Here the vocal melodies and guitar weave in and out and Trower turns in one of the most emotional solos he's ever done. "I Want You Home" is dangerously funky with a great beat that should have lit up the radio waves, but unfortunately didn't. "Shattered" is a flash and dazzle tour de force from Trower that should erase any doubt that he belongs in the pantheon of greats, a worthy equal of Hendrix, Jeff Beck or Frank Zappa.

Synthesizers float underneath the mix, making tracks breathe without becoming saccharine sweet. "Take What You Need", like its predecessor "Passion" should have put Robin in the same league consumer-wise as Clapton. Trower is a far better guitarist, but the music industry being the fickle and illogical business it is, he just hasn't received his due. Getting this CD is a good start to rectify the situation.
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HASH(0x95c68fb4) étoiles sur 5 YoursTruly's Words 'bout 'Take What You Need' 23 mai 2007
Par Yours Truly - Publié sur
Format: CD
This album is a keeper. I enjoy this album over and over and over. Every cut is a winner. From one song to the next, you will not lose interest. The songs range from beautiful ballad-type to heavy hard rockin'. Each song carries its own. You're kept on that same level of high enjoyment. Get it! You won't regret it.
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HASH(0x95c6b4f8) étoiles sur 5 Take What You Need 24 août 2014
Par Smokey Lynx - Publié sur
Hadn't listened to this album for a while so cued it up and got re-introduced to it all over again.
After over a quarter century ( ! ) it still is very good and as reviewer Jack so aptly states it is Robin's "Imaginative Transition" period.
I got this on vinyl and Compact Disc in 1988 and I feel it is very well recorded and mixed . The cast and crew is the same as on the previous years GNP Crescendo " Passion " album although there is not as much keyboard support on this one. It seems Atlantic must have bought the contract and album after it was completed ? The band was touring a lot and getting airplay at the time.
The drum sounds and vocals are particularly well recorded with Davey Pattison right up front in the middle and the soundstage is pretty wide. Teetering on a bit much echo in places, but still very good sounding .
The drums/bass sound a little "modern" on a couple of tracks but, heck...they were trying to get played on the radio in 1988 and sell records .
"Tear It Up" kicks and takes names, and why it didn't become a bigger hit is just plain not right.
I really like "Shattered" and it's cool to hear the maracas panning during the guitar solo, marching past you and in and out .
The last album recorded before he tuned down the guitar another half step from Eb with it's 3 flatted notes to D with the 2 sharp notes
Do yourself a favor and listen to this on a good setup, not a $99 CD Player or as an MP3 .
I used a Marantz CD player, Music Fidelity V-DAC , Little Dot II+ Headphone amp with NOS tubes and Audio Technica M-50 headphones and it sounds really good.
Not the best gear.... but decent entry level listening .
Music this good deserves at least that much to listen to.
Everyone plays their best here and sound great and the songs are good
It's out of print soi you'll have to get a used copy until it is reprinted
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HASH(0x95c6b0b4) étoiles sur 5 Imaginative Transition Album 15 octobre 2013
Par Jack - Publié sur
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I most admire Robin Trower when he is in full throttle Rock/Blues mode ("Victims of the Fury", "20th Century Blues"...) and he is truly enlightened in his flair for slower, moodier albums ("In City Dreams", "Caravan to Midnight"...). His two side-by-side albums from the latter half of the '80's ("Passion" and this one, "Take What You Need") represent a transitional phase in his career. There are some great blues numbers among these albums with some very interesting guitar hooks and licks not common in his collective work, so I am very happy I bought them. That being said, "Take What You Need" is not my favorite album of his because it tends to sound a little dated with the keyboards, slap-happy bass and repetitive drumming that were so prevalent in '80's music. He doesn't convert to a full-bore '80's sound like the Stones did during that time; he remains pure Trower, but he does dip his toe in the water for a little while before going back to what he does best. This of course is my own opinion. I still recommend these two albums, which sound so much alike (and why I can't help but seem like I'm reviewing them both at the same time) but as a true Trower fan, these are my least favorite collection of songs. "Take What You Need" is especially noteworthy for these subtle little "Trowerisms" he throws in with his rusted guitar sounds emanating from his Deja Vibe, Overdrive and wah-wah. I don't know how "Love Won't Wait Forever" and "Tear it Up" missed being smash hits. These are right up there with the best that the hair bands had to offer during this brief era of power-pop. Great price right now too!
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