Bridge of Sighs (Remastered) - Robin Trower

Bridge of Sighs (Remastered)

Robin Trower

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1974-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 2007 Chrysalis Records Limited


Title Artist Time
Day of the Eagle Robin Trower 5:02 USD 1.29
Bridge of Sighs Robin Trower 5:01 USD 1.29
In This Place Robin Trower 4:29 USD 1.29
The Fool and Me Robin Trower 3:55 USD 1.29
Too Rolling Stoned Robin Trower 7:31 USD 1.29
About to Begin Robin Trower 3:46 USD 1.29
Lady Love Robin Trower 3:20 USD 1.29
Little Bit of Sympathy Robin Trower 4:21 USD 1.29



    First saw Trower at Winterland in San Francisco around 1975. I was a freshman in HIGH school. Best show ever. Back then he was one of the loudest bands touring with a fine sound system. The new band Journey opened for him. My jaw dropped thru Trowers whole set. I saw him every time he stopped in the Bay Area. Never disappointed except when the show was over. This is the only album I ever owned where every song was a favorite. I just turned my 28 year old son onto Bridge of Sighs. His comment “ Why’d you keep this music from me! It’s awesome!”. I told him I had to wait until I thought he was ready. I didn’t want him to go into “Rock Shock”.
  • Strat Heaven

    By OAN1962
    The 70’s brought us some of the best rock ever. Boston’s first. “Rocks” by Aerosmith. “Physical Graffiti” and the fourth self-titled by Led Zeppelin. And most definitely right in the mix is “Bridge of Sighs” from Trower. In my opinion the best rock album featuring a Fender Strat. From top to bottom it does not fail. Terrific writing, playing, vocals and production. And Trower’s tone was and still is impressive. Yes, I know Clapton had turned to the Strat in the 70’s, but he didn’t match “Bridge of Sighs” despite great releases.
  • Pure bliss.

    By Jackpeet
    Listen to the entire album from beginning to end. Not one song here, one song there. The genius is in the entire album.
  • Bridge of Sighs

    By Calfann
    Hadn’t heard this guy in forty years. Sounds better now because there isn’t any competition. The vocalist is a doppelgänger For Paul Rogers.
  • Classic!!!!

    By Skynyrd 1977
    I will put this as easy as possible.....talent is talent is Talent!!!!
  • Robin Trower Bridge of Sighs

    By Jax727
    This is definately a Classic, easily listenable all the way thru. Too Rolling Stoned is at or near the top of blues rock that I love to play air guitar and turn up the volume!
  • Top 25 All-time

    By Chet1734
    Yes. This is one of the top 25 all-time rock albums. Every power song is a radio hit, and Bridge Of Sighs/In This Place and About To Begin are awesome headphone (or make-out) songs. Great songs, great recording, great vocals, perfect drumming for the songs.
  • Flashback

    By MrAtariMac
    Very Hendrix, psychedelic, and bluesy. Takes me back to when I was making life decisions (13 - 14 years old). Just listening to it again gives me flashbacks of what I was doing - or shouldn't be doing - back in those days. The music has just absolutely fabulous guitar tones. It was a must-have album once you heard the title track or Day of the Eagle back in the day. Every song is worth a listen. You just don't hear guitar work like this anymore. And it'll definitely remind you of Hendrix, but it's no rip-off. Just another unique player in the same period.