Released: Jan 1975
Label: Special Products (Pg)
Still backed by Little Feat, Robert Palmer adds elements of Philly Soul and reggae to the blue-eyed, Big Easy funk template of his debut. A great patio barbecue platter, this album is where flak-jacketed rock critics began to take issue with Palmer -- mainly because of his sleek "High Priest of the 1970s" album sleeves and aristocratic continence. Still, this is guilt-free Roger Moore R&B in a very good way.
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