robert palmer is extremely underrated, at least when it comes to his earlier r&b stuff. he did a pair of records—this one, Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley, in ’74, and Pressure Drop in ’75, his first two as a solo artist—with a backing band that was mostly members of Little Feat and the Meters. Both bands were at the peak of their form.

Both of those records are must-listens, even if you only know robert palmer for the 80s videos, if you like New Orleans r&b.


@yacht Both great albums no doubt but let's not forget Double Fun with some solid grooves like Best of Both Worlds and appearances by the Brecker Brothers.

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@tackhead Double Fun is a great album! controversially Every Kinda People was declared nyacht rock, i personally think it is

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