ROBIN TROWER – Bridge Of Sighs (1974 UK TV Appearance) ~ HIGH QUALITY HQ ~ admin | April 4, 2017 | robin trower Please ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestReddit 34 Comments Jeff Hartwig October 12, 2016 I went to Venice, Italy and saw the “Bridge of Sighs” really cool! Trower still puts it DOWN! RIP Mr. James Dewar… Missy Victoria November 3, 2016 Great jam w Reg Isadore on drums. The Melnibonean November 3, 2016 I think it gets lost what a great singer James Dewars was. RIP James m/ Joe Sowell November 4, 2016 The Melnibonean / totally agree! Michael Clonts November 9, 2016 Jeff Hartwig Crazy you say that. When I went to Venice in ’05, the first thing I thought of when I saw The Bridge of Sighs was Robin Trowers magnificent song by the same name. Stan Ogden November 15, 2016 Curious what exactly that srtat is. Flyers 50 November 15, 2016 I only had a chance to see him once thus far. One of my favorites. Each note he plays is for a reason. He’s not one to see if he can go 16 measures of 64th notes. He’s telling you a story. A beautiful one it is. James Krys November 15, 2016 Big head stock, Bullet truss rod, It’s a 70’s Strat. Probably a 3 bolt neck, too. Dean Howard Patterson November 28, 2016 I assume it has to be a late 72 thru 74 because it has two string trees. James Krys November 29, 2016 I read an interview with Trower on how he used to go to Manny’s in New York and pick out Strats. david janson November 29, 2016 every time i see this clip ,i wish dewar was still with robin touring a sad loss and a marriage made on earth(or below) TheShredfester December 4, 2016 No doubt, he was fantastic.. emmie williams December 16, 2016 amazing guitarist.. don’t know why I learned about his music just 5yrs ago. Greg Logan December 22, 2016 Nicely said – each note for a reason – I am so tired of this meaningless shredding – there is nothing interesting or compositional about it. Antal Gordon December 25, 2016 The Melnibonean schuster lorant sourcescience December 29, 2016 The intro reminds of Dream Theater’s Peruvian Skies. Ambria the songtress January 5, 2017 Well hes close to 80 now so dont think you’ll see him doing any more shows. Too bad ya gotta settle for youtube vids… jk <3 Ambria the songtress January 5, 2017 James’s replacement kills it too. Very talented…or he wouldnt be on stage with Trower Wade Older January 16, 2017 What a pleasant down to earth gentleman michael weber January 17, 2017 Reg played with Sly and the family!!!!!! FullMontyUK January 22, 2017 He’s a few months younger than Eric Clapton and a good year younger than Jeff Beck or Jimmy Page. If Buddy Guy can still tour at eighty there’s no reason why Trower can’t manage a few more jaunts around the USA and Europe if he still wants to do them. Peter Posto January 22, 2017 Awesome guitar.. Ambria the songtress January 26, 2017 But he isnt nearly as healthy ,,,but nah that coulnt be it. Monk knows it all!!! Joanne Voltes February 3, 2017 emmie williams 7433,, Jr JMc February 7, 2017 The Melnibonean Great !!! X-Games February 28, 2017 Love this, I get strong Hendrix vibes from the Strat, Marshall amp, and vibe / phaser effect. Awesome song Mike Hotte March 4, 2017 This one goes out to Donna ! Any Donna’s out there I 0 n cyber land ? LO! the coolest Bishop Boyd March 12, 2017 JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE BAND OF GYPSYS were a pretty good trio also. John Wrobel March 30, 2017 Robin had 2 great drummers!! The late Reg Isadore and Bill Lordan! Guy Berthiaume March 31, 2017 Really great song, vocals, ensemble and solo playmanship. Loved it then, love it now. onebigkahuna69 April 1, 2017 He’s got serious Guitar face.. R L April 2, 2017 Used to take a toke and put Robin on…went to some good places Reynolds Horton April 2, 2017 I think he is playing here with a broken E string….didn’t faze him a bit. Jeff Curran April 2, 2017 The art of patience pays big dividends when playing guitar.