Back It Up is a 1983 studio album by Robin Trower, and the last to feature James Dewar. It was after this album was released that Trower was dropped by Chrysalis Records because he did not tour to support the album, in addition to the album's lack of radio airplay.

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  • Back It Up is a 1983 studio album by Robin Trower, and the last to feature James Dewar. It was after this album was released that Trower was dropped by Chrysalis Records because he did not tour to support the album, in addition to the album's lack of radio airplay. (en)
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  • Back It Up is a 1983 studio album by Robin Trower, and the last to feature James Dewar. It was after this album was released that Trower was dropped by Chrysalis Records because he did not tour to support the album, in addition to the album's lack of radio airplay. (en)
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