From page 69 of Classic Rock Magazine April 2001
'Go My Way'
,oire REP 4921) ***** You have to hand it to old fish face, he makes it seem so goddamn easy. It takes just one song for Robin Trower to remind us why some of us loved him in the 70s and 80s and missed him so much during the 90s. Nine minutes long, the album's title track features a strong vocal hook and is primed by plaintive, haunting guitar. Similarly understated yet no less beguiling, 'Breathless' shimmers like a pearl and is gone in three minutes flat. 'Into Dust', one of three numbers sung with passion by Richard Watts, really allows Trower to spin out his spider's web with a vintage solo. 'Run With The Wolves' and 'Too Much Joy', meanwhile, are more chorus-conscious, yet still overlain with lashings of piping-hot guitar. And that's just the first five of these 11 all-new numbers...
How nice to report that 'Go My Way' contains not a solitary duff track, and that it is about as far away from tired, re-treaded old blues licks as you may have imagined. Trower's voice is a pleasant surprise, too. Now can we have some gigs please?