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Palmer, Perry, Kellie - Tall Stories Of The Only Ones With Robert Palmer album mp3

Performer: Palmer
Title: Tall Stories Of The Only Ones With Robert Palmer
Released: 2017
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 678
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Bass, Vocals – Robert Palmer. Guitar – John Perry. Remastered By – Nick Duckett. Transferred By – Rob Keyloch. This record is a fitting tribute to the late Robert Palmer and to Mike Kellie, who sadly died whilst we were working on this release. Thankfully John Perry is still with us. 1960s Records are delighted to announce the release of a brand new 7 vinyl single by the trio PPK - Robert Palmer with John Perry & Mike Kellie of The Only Ones. Underneath Island Records HQ in St. Peter’s Square, Hammersmith lay a compact 24 track studio.

Secrets is the fifth solo album by Robert Palmer, released in 1979. It includes "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)" which peaked at No. 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1979, and a remake of the Todd Rundgren song "Can We Still Be Friends", which peaked at No. 52 in 1980. The album peaked at No. 19 on the Billboard 200 and No. 54 in the UK Albums Chart in 1979. Palmer also scored a hit single with "Jealous" which rose to No. 31 in Canada.

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To put Robert Palmer in black pants, white shirt & tie like he's some kind of businessman in front of these leggy women dressed in black pretending to play their white instruments was visual genius. Geri from Nova Scotia, CanadaRobert Palmer was probably one of the most innovative, original, and truly gifted artists we've ever known and ironically the world only knows him primarily for Addicted to Love and songs like that from the Riptide album. There was so much more to Robert Palmer than just an 80's pop artist. The Canadian superstar talks about his sudden rise to fame, and tells the stories behind his hits "Sunglasses At Night," "Boy In The Box" and "Never Surrender. Amy Lee of r Interviews.

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Robert Allen Palmer (19 January 1949 – 26 September 2003) was an English singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer. He was known for combining soul, jazz, rock, pop, reggae, and blues. Palmer's involvement in the music industry began in the 1960s, covered four decades and included a spell with the band Vinegar Joe. He found success both in his solo career and with the Power Station, and had Top 10 songs in both the United Kingdom and the United States in the 1980s.

This list of the Top 10 Robert Palmer Songs deliberately focuses on songs he wrote or co-wrote, but he was also an extremely gifted interpreter with impeccable taste in cover material. Early in his career, he displayed a deep affection for the music of Little Feat, working with members of the band backing him during the sessions for a string of solo records, and he covered a number of their songs throughout his discography. As we've demonstrated repeatedly in this list of the Top 10 Robert Palmer Songs, the singer traveled great musical distances during his career, assembling a discography as noteworthy for its sharp global focus as for its classic songs and solid performances.

On 23 October 1976, Robert Palmer entered the US chart with Some People Can Do What They Like, which would become his most successful LP to date there. It would be 1980 before Robert Palmer would even appear in the top 40 of the album chart in his native UK. But thankfully, by then, tangible recognition of his wide-ranging talents was a little easier to come by in America. On 23 October 1976, his third album Some People Can Do What They Like entered the US chart, just as its predecessors had. It would become his most successful to date. Palmer’s debut set Sneakin’ Sally Through The Alley inexplicably missed the UK charts, but spent a healthy 15 weeks on the American survey, even if it never climbed higher than No. 107. The follow-up Pressure.

Emerson Lake and Palmer Lives on Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy LIVE consists of a 2hr tribute show, split across two discs: CD live in New York 2014 and DVD Live Miami 2016.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Tall Stories
Written-By – Perry*, Kellie*, Palmer*
B Kellie's Blues
Written-By – Perry*, Kellie*

Companies, etc.

  • Engineered At – Church Walk Studio

Credits

  • Bass, Vocals – Robert Palmer
  • Drums – Mike Kellie
  • Guitar [Guitars] – John Perry
  • Remastered By – Nick Duckett
  • Transferred By [Tape Transfer] – Rob Keyloch

Notes

This record is a fitting tribute to the late Robert Palmer and to Mike Kellie, who sadly died whilst we were working on this release. Thankfully John Perry is still with us. 1960s Records are delighted to announce the release of a brand new 7” vinyl single by the trio PPK - Robert Palmer with John Perry & Mike Kellie of The Only Ones. Underneath Island Records HQ in St. Peter’s Square, Hammersmith lay a compact 24 track studio much favoured by cognoscenti on account of its fabulous sound. Keith Richards used it to listen back to live Rolling Stones shows. The echo chamber was a favourite of Bob Marley. Unlikely combos of musicians from Steve Winwood to Peter Tosh jammed together there. One such evening in the summer of 1978 saw John Perry and Mike Kellie of The Only Ones record with Robert Palmer. The Tall Stories track that resulted took Palmer in a new, grittier direction. Kellie’s rock-steady beat aligned with Palmer’s own bass playing and Perry’s melodic guitar brought the sparse loping sound of Free bang up to date. Sadly record company politics prevented the release of this track and the tapes were mislaid until 2016, when a cassette version turned up. Careful tape transfer and remastering has polished this performance into a jewel that does all three protagonists great credit. The B-side instrumental was cut at the same session.

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