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Can We Still Be Friends? - Robert Palmer - Secrets (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Secrets on Discogs. Label: Island Records - ILPS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Robert Palmer - Secrets (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(40).
  2. Written-By – Robert Palmer: A3: Can We Still Be Friends? Written-By – Todd Rundgren: A4: In Walks Love Again Written-By – Robert Palmer: A5: Mean Old World Written-By – Andy Fraser: A6: Love Stop Written-By – John David: B1: Jealous Written-By – Jo Allen (2) B2: Under Suspicion Written-By – Alan /5(64).
  3. Secrets, an Album by Robert Palmer. Released in June on Island (catalog no. ICT ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk Rock, Blue-Eyed Soul, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Robert Palmer (vocals, producer), Pierre Brock (bass), Dony Wynn (drums), Ken Mazur (guitar), Jack Waldman (keyboards), Steve Robbins (keyboards), Karl Pitterson (recording engineer), Benji Armbrister (assistant engineer.
  4. Comment: Robert Palmer - Secrets, Vinyl EX, Jacket EX, Format: Vinyl Record LP, Island Records. UK release from Rock music album release from singer songwriter Robert Palmer. Comes with the original inner sleeve. First or early pressing with A-1U and B-2U in run out grooves. 11 tracks.4/5(1).
  5. If you have read any of my reviews, I have said that I always look at the whole package, not just the parts, and Rober Palmer's "Secrets" is another one of those. It has one of his biggest hits (Bad Case Of Lovin' You(Doctor, Doctor), and the Todd Rundgren song "Can We Still Be Friends" (of which Robert does an excellent job), but there is more /5(34).
  6. Oct 01,  · Vinyl LP rip from Robert Palmer's 5th Studio Album "Secrets" from Secrets wasn't his best album of the 70's imo, but there are a few solid tracks on it .
  7. Secrets was recorded entirely in New Providence, Bahamas, and an island influence is apparent on a number of its songs. But for the most part, the album features some of Robert Palmer's funkier stabs at R&B and soul ballads. The addictive "What's It Take" gives the clearest sense of a tropical recording setting, and its juju mix of a pop beat and Caribbean rhythms brings a smile with each new 7/

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