Robert Palmer

Robert Palmer - 'Addictions': Volume 1 (1989) [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at March 15, 2017
Robert Palmer - 'Addictions': Volume 1 (1989) [Re-Up]

Robert Palmer - "Addictions" Volume I (1989) Germany 1st Press
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 366 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 147 Mb | Scans included | 00:51:41
Dance Rock, Pop/Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, New Wave | Label: Island | # 842 301-2, CID 9944

Thanks in part to Robert Palmer's hand in the process of compiling Addictions, Vol. 1, this early best-of is a fine peek into the musical passions that made Palmer tick. The 13 songs that make up the collection are mostly first-rate, and at the very least they present to a newcomer the eclecticism and style that made Palmer so consistently interesting. Since its genesis was 1989, the highlighted albums are Palmer's Island releases from 1978 to 1988: Double Fun, Secrets, Clues, Maybe It's Live, Pride, Riptide, Heavy Nova, and the soundtrack to Sweet Lies. Appropriately, the thundering, menacing "Some Like It Hot" from the Power Station's debut is included, though it's somewhat of a mystery as to why the band's T. Rex cover, "Get It On (Bang a Gong)," doesn't make an appearance. Only that song and "I Didn't Mean to Turn You On" seem like obvious omissions. The latter would appear on the remix-heavy Addictions, Vol. 2, but the former wouldn't appear on a career sampler until 1997's The Very Best of Robert Palmer. Otherwise, the collection is nearly perfect.

Robert Palmer - At His Very Best (2002)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Feb. 22, 2017
Robert Palmer - At His Very Best (2002)

Robert Palmer - At His Very Best (2002)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 518 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 174 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 88 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Synth-pop, New Wave, Reggae | Uninversal Music TV #069 781-2

Robert Palmer was an English singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer. He was known for his distinctive, soulful voice, eclectic mix of musical styles on his albums, combining soul, jazz, rock, pop, reggae, blues, and sartorial acumen. He found success both in his solo career and with the Power Station, and had Top 10 songs in both the UK and the US. Palmer received a number of awards throughout his career, including two Grammy Awards for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, an MTV Video Music Award, and two Brit Award nominations for Best British Male.

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.

Robert Palmer - She Makes My Day (1994)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at June 12, 2015
Robert Palmer - She Makes My Day (1994)

Robert Palmer - She Makes My Day (1994)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 136 MB
Genre: pop, soul, rock

She Makes My Day is a 1994 bootleg CD by Robert Palmer. It is a soundboard recording of a show at the Town & Country Club in London from 1991, in support of his album Don't Explain.

Robert Palmer - Band In Boston (1979)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at April 13, 2015
Robert Palmer - Band In Boston (1979)

Robert Palmer - Band In Boston (1979)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 113mb
Genre: pop, soul, reggae, ska, rock

Band In Boston is a promotional live album by Robert Palmer that was released as part of the Warner Bros. Music Show promo series in 1979, which was serviced only to American radio stations. Palmer does some of his hits up to that point, including "Every Kinda People", a cover of Toots & The Maytals' "Pressure Drop", "Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley", and "Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)". Highlight includes a cover of The Pretenders' "Kid", done a year before most Americans heard of the song or The Pretenders. This is not my own rip but was found on another blog and is being used here with permission from the blog. Thank you to the original uploader.

Robert Palmer - The Ultimate Collection (2003)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at April 10, 2015
Robert Palmer - The Ultimate Collection (2003)

Robert Palmer - The Ultimate Collection (2003)
Rock, Pop Rock, Blues Rock, Blue Eyed Soul | Scans | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 132 min | 307 MB
Label: Universal | Rel: 2003

There's a lot of great music here, but "ultimate"? The world still awaits the "ultimate" Robert Palmer collection, since none have included tracks from his early band Vinegar Joe, or outtakes, or anything from the second Power Station album, which was a lot better than you probably remember (if you actually got to hear it). Released in 2003, Best of Both Worlds came close to rightfully representing Palmer's career, but Ultimate Collection doesn't even make an effort, at least not where it counts.
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 - Best Of Both Worlds: The Robert Palmer Anthology (1974-2001) **REPOST**

Robert Palmer - Best Of Both Worlds: The Robert Palmer Anthology (1974-2001)
EAC Secure Rip | FLAC (Image + Cue + Log) - 1.10 GB | Complete Scans (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 260 MB | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 386 MB
Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, Funk, Hard Rock, New Wave | Universal | 314 586 688-2 | 157:19 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost

This Robert Palmer collection ably completes the musical circle he began in the mid ‘70s, astutely chronicling pop's ongoing battle between style and substance along the way.

Robert Palmer - Drive (2003) U.K. Pressing (Bonus Tracks)  Music

Posted by flac jacket at Aug. 5, 2012
Robert Palmer - Drive (2003) U.K. Pressing (Bonus Tracks)

Robert Palmer - Drive (2003) U.K. Pressing (Bonus Tracks)
EAC Secure Rip | FLAC (Image + Cue + Log) - 307 MB | Complete Scans (Jpeg 600 dpi) - 153 MB | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 105 MB
Blues, Rock | Universal Music | 038 098-2 | 42:55 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost

Drive is a 2003 album by British musician Robert Palmer and his fourteenth solo studio album, and his last album before his death. Drive was critically hailed as the grittiest and most heartfelt album of his career. Initially approached by guitarist Carl Carlton to contribute to the 2001 Robert Johnson tribute album Hellhound on My Trail, for which Palmer recorded "Milk Cow's Calf Blues" with Carlton on guitars, Palmer was then invited by Faye Dunaway to provide the soundtrack to her 2001 directorial debut The Yellow Bird, set in Mississippi and New Orleans during the 1940s and 1950s. Palmer took both signs as a good omen, and the impetus for Drive was born.