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Pop & Rock
Performer: Robin Trower
Title: Long Misty Days
Style: Blues-Rock,Hard Rock
Duration: 35:16
Date of release: 1976
Recording location: AIR Recording Studios, London, England
Genre: Pop & Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 415
MP3 size: 1443 mb
FLAC size: 1730 mb
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Robin Trower - Long Misty Days mp3 flac

Long Misty Days is guitarist and songwriter Robin Trower's fourth solo album with cover art by "Funky" Paul Olsen. It was released in 1976.

Written-By – James Dewar, Robin Trower.

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Long Misty Days is guitarist and songwriter Robin Trower's fourth solo album with cover art by "Funky" Paul Olsen. All tracks composed by Robin Trower and James Dewar; except where indicated. Same Rain Falls" - 3:14. Long Misty Days"- 5:43. Sailing" (Gavin Sutherland) - 3:44. Dewar, Bill Lordan, Trower) - 3:41. I Can't Live Without You" (Dewar, Frankie Miller, Trower) - 4:22.

Long Misty Days, 1976. Same Rain Falls, 03:15. Long Misty Days, 05:44. Robin Schulz Speechless (feat.

Long misty days Taught me in a million ways Once in a while will come my way. Oh, how the moon Shining in a lonely room Weeping willow cry for me. Sing me a song Simple as the day is long I love some cryin’ to be free. And take my sky And tell me if the mood is blue And if it's meant to be Then my melody was used. Long misty days Taught me in a million ways Once in a while will come my way. Long misty days Told me they would change their ways Once in a while is here to stay. Writer(s): James Dewar, Robin Leonard Trower. Long Misty Days" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

BPM Profile Long Misty Days. Album starts at BPM, ends at 94BPM (+94), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Robin Trower. Coming Closer to the Day. 2019.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Same Rain Falls James Dewar / Robin Trower Robin Trower
2 Long Misty Days James Dewar / Robin Trower Robin Trower
3 Hold Me James Dewar / Robin Trower Robin Trower
4 Caledonia James Dewar / Robin Trower Robin Trower
5 Pride James Dewar / Robin Trower Robin Trower
6 Sailing Gavin Sutherland Robin Trower
7 S.M.O. James Dewar / Bill Lordan / Robin Trower Robin Trower
8 I Can't Live Without You James Dewar / Marcus Miller / Robin Trower Robin Trower
9 Messin' the Blues James Dewar / Bill Lordan / Robin Trower Robin Trower

Credits:

James Dewar - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Geoff Emerick - Engineer, Producer
Bill Lordan - Composer, Drums
Marcus Miller - Composer
Gavin Sutherland - Composer
Robin Trower - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer
Arcanefist
With the release of LONG MISTY DAYS, Robin Trower takes his first steps away from the signature sound that made his first three records so potent. There is a more conscious effort here to write more memorable & songs, since this was the primary shortcoming of his prior record (FOR EARTH BELOW). The overall sound of this record is brighter and more upbeat than the first three, but also slightly more commercial. Also, Robin's playing is much more restrained and less acrobatic than usual.The album starts with the excellent "Same Rain Falls", an upbeat rocker that is far catchier than anything on FOR EARTH BELOW. "Long Misty Days" is an overlooked Trower classic that finds him channeling his signature "Bridge Of Sighs" vibe to nice effect. It is slow, somber and slightly heavy sounding with his guitar tuned down below standard tuning to D.Aside from enjoyable rockers like "Caledonia" and "S.M.O.", the rest of the album is bogged down by several mediocre ballads. Robin returns to his roots with "Messin' The Blues" at the very close of the album, but even this is too little too late.I respect the fact that Robin was trying to expand his horizons with the new directions taken here. Sometimes it works and other times not. I would still recommend buying this album for the first two songs alone.