10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though Robin Trower ignites plenty of guitar pyrotechnics, Where You Are Going To primarily serves as a showcase for the blues rocker’s emotional ruminations on ills both social and personal. “When Will the Next Blow Fall” is a smoldering indictment of a civilization drowning in strife. “Child carries child, the world refuses to see,” he seethes. On “The Fruits of Your Desire,” he slow-cooks funk infused with ominous, reap-what-you-sow prophecy. Album closer “Delusion Sweet Delusion” offers no parting glimmer of hope, only pained resignation that dissolves in an achingly weary axe solo.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though Robin Trower ignites plenty of guitar pyrotechnics, Where You Are Going To primarily serves as a showcase for the blues rocker’s emotional ruminations on ills both social and personal. “When Will the Next Blow Fall” is a smoldering indictment of a civilization drowning in strife. “Child carries child, the world refuses to see,” he seethes. On “The Fruits of Your Desire,” he slow-cooks funk infused with ominous, reap-what-you-sow prophecy. Album closer “Delusion Sweet Delusion” offers no parting glimmer of hope, only pained resignation that dissolves in an achingly weary axe solo.

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