Robert Palmer Pressure Drop

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CD Details

  • Released: September 16, 2003
  • Originally Released: 2003
  • Label: MCA Special Products


Product Description:

Personnel: Robert Palmer (vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, percussion, background vocals); Bill Payne (vocals, keyboards); Fran Tate (vocals); Lowell George, Paul Barr‚re (guitar); Joe Brown (banjo); David Snell (harp); Gene Page (strings); Mongezi Feza (flageolet, horns); Steve York (harmonica); Mel Collins (saxophone, horns); Martin Fry (tuba); Ray Allen, Muscle Shoals Harris, Muscle Shoals Horns (horns); Gordon DeWitte, Jean Roussel (Clavinet, keyboards); James Jamerson, Kenny Gradney (bass guitar); Ed Greene (drums, congas); Richie Hayward (drums, percussion, background vocals); Sam Clayton (congas, background vocals); Vicki Brown (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Phill Brown.
On his second solo release, Robert Palmer remains close to the musical territory he had covered on his first outing, SNEAKIN' SALLY THROUGH THE ALLEY. Like its predecessor, PRESSURE DROP is a loose, groovy combination all of the most backbone-loosening elements of ska, reggae, African Juju, New Orleans funk, rock, and blues. This is head-bobbing music, flavored with tinkling piano and languorous slide guitar licks, with Palmer's rough-and-ready vocals on top of a percolating backbeat.
On hand once again is Lowell George--this time with his band, Little Feat--and the Meters, perhaps the cream of all crack session bands. While the first record had an overriding flavor of New Orleans gumbo, PRESSURE DROP shows Palmer trying his hand at a wider array of styles. The straightforward pop balladry of "Back in My Arms" and "Which of Us is the Fool" indicate the singer stepping away from pure Little Feat-style rock, while one of the strongest cuts is his faithful cover of Toots And The Maytals' immortal "Pressure Drop." Palmer contributes more of his own compositions than on his first outing, and again covers another fine Lowell George song, "Trouble."

Product Info

  • UPC: 042284259422
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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