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Between Us - Robert Palmer - Heavy Nova (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Heavy Nova, an Album by Robert Palmer. Released in on EMI (catalog no. CDP 7 2; CD). Genres: Pop Rock/5(5).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Heavy Nova - Robert Palmer on AllMusic - - Robert Palmer cloned his hard rock Riptide style.
  3. Editors’ Notes It may have seemed virtually impossible to follow up the massive popularity of “Addicted to Love,” but Robert Palmer managed to hit another home run with “Simply Irresistible,” the leadoff track from his album Heavy Nova.. “Simply Irresistible” built on the appeal of “Addicted to Love” without aping it. By blending hard-charging '80s rhythms with his love.
  4. ROBERT PALMER Vinyl Records and CDs Englishman Palmer came off like some sort of nattily attired blue-eyed soul man, nonchalant and oblivious to anything that is going on around him except the music. His first hit was a version of Allen Toussaint's "Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley" on the album of the same name, which also found Palmer.
  5. Robert Palmer "Between Us": Robert Palmer Lyrics "Between Us" Hold me now; 'til the world turns away Show me how here in this dream We might always stay We belong to each other One embrace sealed our fate, album: "Heavy Nova" () Simply Irresistible. More Than Ever. Change His Ways. Disturbing Behaviour.
  6. The first album here – ′s Heavy Nova – is a classic example, containing the Simply Irresistible single that aped Addicted To Love and the Power Station style of straight ahead rock, married with the bossa nova, South African township roots and even yodelling (a reference to his resettling from Nassau to .
  7. about. The career of blue-eyed soul singer Robert Palmer was a study in style versus substance. While the performer's earliest work won praise for its skillful assimilation of roc.
  8. reissues. On 24 January Culture Factory an independent label reissued Some People Do What They Like, Double Fun, Secrets and Pride in a miniature replica of the original vinyl packaging and with remastered sound. The reissues also had miniature "obi's" and the label on the CD is .
  9. Best Of Both Worlds: The Anthology () CD2 Robert Palmer; Drive Robert Palmer; Best Of Both Worlds: The Anthology () CD1 Robert Palmer; Don't Explain Robert Palmer; Riptide (Reissue ) Robert Palmer; Live At The Apollo Robert Palmer; Honey Robert Palmer; Some People Can Do What They Want (Vinyl) Robert Palmer; Pride (Vinyl.

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