Twice Removed From Yesterday – 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition Announced
Twice Removed From Yesterday is Robin Trower’s first solo album after leaving Procol Harum in 1971 and hooking up with Frankie Miller in the band Jude.
Featuring ex-Stone The Crows bassist/ vocalist James Dewar and Reg Isidore on drums, it was originally released in March 1973 and heralded the beginning of this legendary power trio, paving the way for Robin to be the deserved guitar hero that he is. A mix of hard bluesy rock, the album contains nuggets of genius throughout, none more so than on the title track, I Can’t Wait Much Longer, and Daydream amongst others.
This new deluxe version is housed in a gatefold sleeve and is remastered for 2023. It features 3 unreleased versions of album tracks, the B side of the “Man Of The World” single (Take A Fast Train) and 4 BBC John Peel sessions.
Side One (Disc One)
1. I Can’t Wait Much Longer 2. Daydream 3. Hannah 4. Man Of The World
Side Two (Disc One)
1. I Can’t Stand It 2. Rock Me Baby 3. Twice Removed From Yesterday 4. Sinner’s Song 5. Ballerina
Side Three (Disc Two)
1. Take a Fast Train (Single B side) 2. Man Of The World (Alt. Mix) 3. Hannah (Rough Mix) 4. Ballerina (Rough Mix)
Side Four (Disc Two)
1. Twice Removed From Yesterday (John Peel BBC Session 26/3/73) 2. Man Of The World (John Peel BBC Session 26/3/73) 3. Daydream (John Peel BBC Session 26/3/73) 4. Sinner’s Song (John Peel BBC Session 26/3/73)