Robert Palmer - Band In Boston download album
Complete your Robert Palmer collection. WBMS 111. Robert Palmer. Band In Boston (LP, Album, Promo).
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.
Robert Palmer - Boston 1979. Lossy Audio Bootlegs. 3. 05-23-2012 11:32 PM. Robert Palmer - The Warner Bros Radio Show 1979. 4. 05-15-2012 07:35 PM. Robert Palmer - Live at Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris, 26 November 1979 -SDB-. 2. 03-10-2011 03:30 PM. All times are GMT -8. The time now is 09:06 AM. - Default Style - Mobile.
No Label) Recorded Live at Paradise Theater, Boston, Massachusetts, USA - April 15, 1988. Excellent FM Broadcast Recording :: CBR 320 kbps. Personnel: Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano :: Robert Berry - bass, guitars, vocals :: Paul Keller- guitar :: Carl Palmer - drums, percussions :: Jennifer Steele - backing vocals. Notes: From WBCN FM live broadcast (not pre recorded). A rare club appearance with Keith Emerson. This is the complete show. The encore cut in the master tape so I used another source to get the whole song uninterrupted. This was the only tour of this lineup, promoting their album "The power of three". They can call it three, but this is still a five piece band
The discography of Robert Palmer consists of fourteen studio albums, three live albums and eleven compilation albums. On 24 January 2012 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 a replica of the original label
full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick. Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley.
I saw Mr. Palmer at The Roxy in West Hollywood on the Tour for this album. Robert played 3 nights, 2 shows a night, I remember after meeting him that he told me "The record company is recording these shows for my next album" back to the show. Robert started the show with "Work To Make It Work", the band was well rehearsed and he had 2 Female backup singers. I was a kid, and wanting to witness "history", I saw all 3 nights and the shows got better as I got to know the set list.
Gifted soul singer whose hedonistic image belied his solid musical integrity. After making one album with the band, which had changed its name to Alan Bown!, he briefly joined DaDa before teaming up with the singer Elkie Brooks in a new rock band called Vinegar Joe. Three albums for Island Records and countless gigs established Vinegar Joe's credentials but failed to produce commercial rewards, and, in 1974, they split up. Palmer's potential had been spotted by Chris Blackwell, Island's founder, who launched his solo career by sending him to America to work with a hand-picked group of top musicians
Robert Allen Palmer (January 19, 1949 – September 26, 2003), born in Batley, Yorkshire, England, was a British singer. He was known for his soulful voice and the eclectic mix of musical styles on his albums, combining soul, jazz, rock, reggae, blues, and even yodeling. His eighties hits were promoted by particularly striking award winning videos, featuring an all-female, black-clad backing band.
|Best Of Both Worlds|
|Every Kinda People|
|Too Good To Be True|
|Some People Can Do What They Like|
|What's It Take|
|Can We Still Be Friends|
|In Walks Love Again|
|Medley: Sailing Shoes / Hey Julia/ Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley|
|Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)|
|You're Gonna Get What's Coming|
|WBMS 111||Robert Palmer||Band In Boston (LP, Album, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBMS 111||US||1979|
|PRP-8154||Robert Palmer||Band In Boston (LP, Album, Promo)||Island Records||PRP-8154||Japan||1979|