Robert Palmer Classics

Robert Palmer - Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley (1974) [2013 Culture Factory Remaster]

Robert Palmer - Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley (1974) [2013 Culture Factory Remaster]
EAC Secure Rip | FLAC (Image + Cue + Log) - 376 MB | Complete Scans (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 101 MB | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 133 MB
Rock, R&B, Blue-eyed Soul | Culture Factory | 782 027 | 51:42 minutes | Hosted on: FilePost, Uploaded & Oboom

Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley is Robert Palmer's debut solo album, released in 1974. It was his first effort after three album releases co-fronting the band Vinegar Joe. Palmer is backed by The Meters and Lowell George of Little Feat. Multiple reviewers have commented that Palmer sang confidently on this album, despite being backed by more accomplished musicians such as Lowell George, Art Neville and New Orleans singer-songwriter Allen Toussaint. Recorded in New Orleans, Louisiana, New York, and Compass Point Studios in Nassau, the album was released on compact disc in 1990. The album peaked at #107 in the US.

Robert Palmer - Secrets (1979) First U.S. Pressing  Music

Posted by flac jacket at June 27, 2012
Robert Palmer - Secrets (1979) First U.S. Pressing

Robert Palmer - Secrets (1979) First U.S. Pressing
EAC Secure Rip | FLAC (Image + Cue + Log) - 247 MB | Complete Scans (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 81 MB | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 89.7 MB
Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, Funk | Island Records | # 7 90089-2 | 37:02 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost

Secrets is Robert Palmer's fifth solo studio album, released in 1979. It includes "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)" which peaked at #14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1979, and "Can We Still Be Friends", which peaked at #52 in 1980. The album peaked at #19 on the Billboard 200 and #54 in the UK Albums Chart in 1979. Palmer also scored hit singles with Jealous and a remake of the Todd Rundgren song Can We Still Be Friends. "Jealous" rose to #31 in Canada while "Can We Still Be Friends" made it to #52 in the United States. The album peaked at #19 in the United States and charted in the Top 50 in five other countries.

Robert Palmer - Double Fun (1978) First U.S. Pressing  Music

Posted by flac jacket at June 26, 2012
Robert Palmer - Double Fun (1978) First U.S. Pressing

Robert Palmer - Double Fun (1978) First U.S. Pressing
EAC Secure Rip | FLAC (Image + Cue + Log) - 209 MB | Complete Artwork (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 69.4 MB | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 86.7 MB
Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, Funk | Island Records | # 7 90494-2 | 35:25 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost

Double Fun is Robert Palmer's fourth solo studio album, released in 1978. Self-produced, this pop album is influenced by multiple genres including blue-eyed soul, disco and heavy rock but maintains an overall consistency of production which holds it all together. The album peaked at number 45 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in 1978, his highest rank up to that point, and it includes a top 20 hit, "Every Kinda People."
Robert Palmer - Some People Can Do What They Like (1976) First U.S. Pressing

Robert Palmer - Some People Can Do What They Like (1976) First U.S. Pressing
EAC Secure Rip | Flac (image + cue + log) - 226 mb | Complete Artwork (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 86.7 mb | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 96.9 mb
Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, Funk | Island Records | # 7 91273-2 | 38:49 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost

Some People Can Do What They Like is Robert Palmer's third solo album, released in 1976. It includes "Man Smart, Woman Smarter" which peaked at #63 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart and #46 in the UK in 1977. The album peaked at #68 in the US. The album was dedicated to Mongezi Feza. The model on the front cover, engaging Palmer in a game of strip poker, is Playboy magazine's April 1976 Playmate of the Month, Denise Michele.

Robert Palmer - Pressure Drop (1975) First U.S. Pressing  Music

Posted by flac jacket at June 24, 2012
Robert Palmer - Pressure Drop (1975) First U.S. Pressing

Robert Palmer - Pressure Drop (1975) First U.S. Pressing
EAC Secure Rip | Flac (image + cue + log) - 230 mb | Complete Artwork (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 95.6 mb | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 89.8 mb
Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, Funk | Island Records | # 7 90087-2 | 37:29 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost

Pressure Drop is Robert Palmer's second solo album, released in 1975. Palmer is backed by Little Feat and other musicians. The title track is a cover version of the reggae hit by Toots & the Maytals. However, many other songs on the album use New Orleans funk … along with smooth, dated disco ballads smothered in strings. David Jeffries' review says that the album is considered too blue-eyed and polished for fans of Palmer's more gutsy moments but concludes that Pressure Drop has grown into the great overlooked album in Palmer's discography. The album peaked at #136 in the US.
Robert Palmer - Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley (1974) First U.S. Pressing

Robert Palmer - Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley (1974) First U.S. Pressing
EAC Secure Rip | Flac (image + cue + log) - 223 mb | Complete Artwork (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 79.5 mb | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 86.3 mb
Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, Funk | Island Records | # 422-842 607-2 | 36:04 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost

Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley is Robert Palmer's debut solo album, released in 1974. It was his first effort after three album releases co-fronting the band Vinegar Joe. Palmer is backed by The Meters and Lowell George of Little Feat. Multiple reviewers have commented that Palmer sang confidently on this album, despite being backed by more accomplished musicians such as Lowell George, Art Neville and New Orleans singer-songwriter Allen Toussaint. Recorded in New Orleans, Louisiana, New York, and Compass Point Studios in Nassau, the album was released on compact disc in 1990. The album peaked at #107 in the US.

Robert Palmer - The Very Best Of Robert Palmer (1995)  

Posted by Designol at Feb. 10, 2012
Robert Palmer - The Very Best Of Robert Palmer (1995)

Robert Palmer - The Very Best Of Robert Palmer (1995)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 507 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 164 Mb (incl 5%) | Complete Scans ~ 77 Mb
Genre: Dance Rock, Pop Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul | Label: EMI | # 7243-835822-2 | Time: 01:08:20

This generous 16-song collection provides a comprehensive overview of Robert Palmer's many fine songs, from his early work as an eclectic white soul singer working in a number of styles, to his reign as MTV icon and rock's most sophisticated dresser.
Robert Palmer - Classic Robert Palmer [Universal Masters Collection] (1999)

Robert Palmer - Classic Robert Palmer [Universal Masters Collection] (1999)
FLAC tracks + cue + log + scans w/booklet | MP3 320 kbps | 01:14:00 | 506 / 176 MB (+3%)
Rock, Pop | Label: Island 542 267-2

The British singer-songwriter Robert Palmer got his big break as the original vocalist for pop-supergroup Power Station. In late 1985 Palmer released his hugely successful song "Addicted to Love". The video for "Addicted to Love" - with Palmer singing in the foreground and five Nagle-esque models dancing and pretending to play instruments in the background - caught the attention of the world and became and iconic symbol of 80s video art. This CD is an excellent overview of Robert Palmer's long career. (Another title for this CD is "Robert Palmer - Millennium Edition").

Robert Palmer - Rhythm & Blues (1998) (Japanese Version)  Music

Posted by uff at Aug. 12, 2016
Robert Palmer - Rhythm & Blues (1998) (Japanese Version)

Robert Palmer - Rhythm & Blues (1998) (Japanese Version)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Wv + Cue + Log | covers
SME, SDCS 8798 | rel: 2000 | 480Mb

After stumbling through a Power Station reunion, Robert Palmer signed with Rhino's original music label, Pyramid, and delivered his first studio album in five years with Rhythm & Blues. Depending on your viewpoint, the title suggests the music of Jackie Wilson, Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross, or Maxwell.

Robert Palmer - Riptide (1985)  Music

Posted by uff at May 11, 2016
Robert Palmer - Riptide (1985)

Robert Palmer - Riptide (1985)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Island, 422-826 463-2 | rel: 1985 | 230Mb

Coming on the heels of the massive success of the Power Station, Riptide packages Robert Palmer's voice and suave personality into a commercial series of mostly rocking songs that seem custom-tailored to be chart hits. The Power Station connection threatens to overpower Palmer's usually more eclectic musical interest, but with that band's producer/member Bernard Edwards handling production duties and members Andy Taylor and Tony Thompson contributing as well, stylistic similarities were inevitable.