top of page

Trump Group

Public·6 Verified Users

Robert Palmer Discography 19742003

Download ->->->->

Robert Palmer Discography 19742003

Robert Palmer Discography 1974-2003: A Guide to the Blue-Eyed Soul Singer's Albums

Robert Palmer was one of Britain's leading blue-eyed soul singers, who also thrived on the pop charts during the 1980s. He had a distinctive voice and style, blending rock, R&B, reggae, jazz and blues influences. He was also known for his collaborations with other artists, such as Vinegar Joe, the Power Station and UB40. In this article, we will explore his discography from 1974 to 2003, covering his 14 studio albums, three live albums and 12 compilation albums.

Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley (1974)

This was Palmer's debut solo album, released by Island Records. It featured a mix of original songs and covers of artists like Allen Toussaint, Little Feat and the Meters. The title track was a hit single in the US, reaching number 107 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album also showcased Palmer's versatility as a singer and songwriter, ranging from funk to soul to rock.

Pressure Drop (1975)

This was Palmer's second album, also released by Island Records. It continued his exploration of different musical genres, with influences from reggae, calypso, gospel and country. The album was named after a song by Toots and the Maytals, which Palmer covered on the album. The album also featured guest appearances by Little Feat and Lowell George.

Some People Can Do What They Like (1976)

This was Palmer's third album, again released by Island Records. It marked a return to more rock-oriented sound, with elements of funk and soul. The album included a cover of Marvin Gaye's "I Want You", which became a minor hit in the UK. The album also featured contributions from members of the Average White Band and James Jamerson.

Double Fun (1978)

This was Palmer's fourth album, released by Island Records. It was his first album to chart in several countries, including the UK, Australia, Canada and Sweden. The album had a more pop-oriented sound, with catchy hooks and melodies. The album included two hit singles: "Every Kinda People", which reached number 16 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and "Best of Both Worlds", which reached number 15 on the UK Singles Chart.

Secrets (1979)

This was Palmer's fifth album, released by Island Records. It was his most successful album to date, reaching number 19 on the US Billboard 200 and number 54 on the UK Albums Chart. The album featured a more rock-oriented sound, with influences from new wave and disco. The album included three hit singles: "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)", which reached number 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 61 on the UK Singles Chart; "Can We Still Be Friends", which reached number 52 on the US Billboard Hot 100; and "Jealous", which reached number 31 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Clues (1980)

This was Palmer's sixth album, released by Island Records. It was his first album to feature synthesizers and drum machines, giving it a more electronic sound. The album also featured collaborations with Gary Numan and Chris Frantz of Talking Heads. The album included two hit singles: "Looking for Clues", which reached number 33 on the UK Singles Chart and number 105 on the US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart; and "Johnny and Mary", which reached number 44 on the UK Singles Chart and number 18 on the French Singles Chart.

Maybe It's Live (1982)

This was Palmer's first live album, released by Island Records. It consisted of six live tracks recorded during his tour in support of Clues, and four new studio tracks. The live tracks included versions of "Some Guys Have All the Luck", "Every Kinda People" and "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)". The studio tracks included a cover of Bob Dylan's "I 9160f4acd4


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...
bottom of page