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post #16 of 26
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Early Robert Palmer music was good, i.e. Spanish Moon with help from Little Feat.

x2. Pressure Drop is a great album. A little "all over the place" but very listenable.

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post #17 of 26
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This thread remains horrible. I stand by my observation that is is the worst thread ever made.


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At what point does this comment become self-referential?

Rob
post #18 of 26
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This thread remains horrible. I stand by my observation that is is the worst thread ever made.


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post #19 of 26
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
x2. Pressure Drop is a great album. A little "all over the place" but very listenable.


You remind me of John Cusack in High fidelity....
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post #20 of 26

Geez cut the guy a break the GQ cover was from 1988

post #21 of 26

 "Addicted To Love" is a fantastic song but was overplayed because of the video which was also a great video BTW. I just bought a CD with it on it this weekend.

post #22 of 26
A CD? Digital revolution!
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Wow he must have done a lot of coke.
post #24 of 26

I wasn't commenting on the merits of 'Addicted to Love' but rather Shirtmaven's comment on the GQ cover from 1988, but if we are talking R. Palmer's music, yes you are right 'Addicted to Love' was certainly overplayed. Not that it matters but my personal faves are 'You Overwhelm Me' & 'Every Kinda People' from 'Double Fun' and 'John and Mary' from 'Clues'. Since the guy was my contemporary agewise, I always felt that in the day he really did have a good sense of style.

post #25 of 26

hell, it was the eighties everybody did a lots of coke , didn't they?

post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by Robobbob View Post

I wasn't commenting on the merits of 'Addicted to Love' but rather Shirtmaven's comment on the GQ cover from 1988, but if we are talking R. Palmer's music, yes you are right 'Addicted to Love' was certainly overplayed. Not that it matters but my personal faves are 'You Overwhelm Me' & 'Every Kinda People' from 'Double Fun' and 'John and Mary' from 'Clues'. Since the guy was my contemporary agewise, I always felt that in the day he really did have a good sense of style.

He had his moments, that's for sure. I will always regret not seeing him live, I've heard it was a great experience.
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