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47 – Robert Palmer – True Love – 1999
39 – Robert Palmer – Mercy Mercy Me – 1990
37 – Robert Palmer & UB40 – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight – 1990
32 – Robert Palmer – Early in the Morning – 1988
30 – Robert Palmer – Sweet Lies – 1988
29 – Robert Palmer – Simply Irresistible – 1988
27 – Robert Palmer – I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On – 1986
25 – Robert Palmer – Addicted to Love – 1986
24 – Robert Palmer – Riptide – 1985
23 – Robert Palmer – Discipline of Love – 1985
20 – Robert Palmer – You Are in My System – 1983
18 – Robert Palmer – Some Guys Have All the Luck – 1982
16 – Robert Palmer – Looking for Clues – 1980
15 – Robert Palmer – Johnny and Mary – 1980
12 – Robert Palmer – Bad Case of Lovin’ You (Doctor Doctor) – 1979
11 – Robert Palmer – What’s It Take – 1979
8 – Robert Palmer – Every Kinda People – 1978
7 – Robert Palmer – Best of Both Worlds – 1978
4 – Robert Palmer – Man Smart, Woman Smarter – 1976
2 – Robert Palmer – Which of Us Is the Fool – 1975
1 – Robert Palmer – Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley – 1974


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Robert Palmer | #robertpalmer
(Robert Allen Palmer)
[1949-2003], Batley, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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Biography


Robert Allen Palmer was an English singer-songwriter and musician.

Robert Palmer was known for his soulful distinctive voice, eclectic mix of musical styles on his albums, combining soul, jazz, rock, pop, reggae and blues and sartorial acumen.

Robert Palmer found success both in his solo career and with The Power Station, and had Top 10 songs in both the UK and the US.

Robert Palmer’s iconic music videos directed by British fashion photographer Terence Donovan for the hits « Addicted to Love » and « Simply Irresistible » featured identically dressed dancing women with pale faces, dark eye makeup and bright red lipstick, which resembled the women in the art of Patrick Nagel, an artist popular in the 1980s.

In 1985, Duran Duran went on hiatus, and their guitarist, Andy Taylor, and bassist, John Taylor, joined former Chic drummer, Tony Thompson, and Palmer to form The Power Station. Their eponymous album spawned two hit singles with « Some Like It Hot » (US #6) and a cover of the T. Rex song « Get It On (Bang A Gong) », which peaked one position higher than the original at US No. 9.

Robert Palmer’s involvement in the music industry commenced in the 1960s, covered four decades and included a spell with Vinegar Joe.

Robert Palmer received a number of awards throughout his career, including two Grammy Awards for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance, an MTV Video Music Award, and was twice nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male.

Robert Palmer died in Paris from a heart attack in 2003 at the age of 54.
“A tragic loss to the British music industry”.
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