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Why Robin Trower’s Not Appreciated At Home

Mick Brown, Rolling Stone, 30 December 1976

LONDON– "IN America we’re important; when we hit a town it’s boy..." Robin Trower snaps his fingers and smiles, "it’s that kind of feeling. But here? I live here; we record here. You really don’t think of England as being a place where people want to hear you play."

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