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  • Audio CD (24 May 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island Masters
  • ASIN: B000001FFP
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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I first saw Robert Palmer in his home town of Portsmouth as part of the Jazz-Rock band Dada in 1971 when they and Yes were supporting Iron Butterfly. What stuck me even at that early stage was what a great voice Robert had and how well he was suited to that 12 piece band. After losing much of the band and a change of name to "Vinegar Joe", Robert Palmer and Elkie Brooks went their own ways in 1973 but the experience certainly shows through in this album.
Probably best know for his videos with the models in black performing as his backing band, Riptide brought out in 1985 shows Robert Palmer strength in depth in fusing rock, ballad and jazz. The earlier influences are there but they had certainly developed. We are treated to the great classic "Addicted to love" and the raunchy ""I Did Not Mean To Turn You Own", but it is the rocking "Flesh Wound" and the ballard "Get It Through Your Heart" that shows how versatile Robert can be. The opening title track has an interesting reprise at the end of the album and is in a style reminiscent of Bryan Ferry. "Hyperactive" and "Trick Bag" are good rocking numbers that show the influence of his adopted "New York" and for me the only disappoint is "Discipline of Love". Even after all these years Riptide stands up well and whereas many other albums from my 70's and 80' collection have long departed to car boot sales or the embarrassment of the trash can this one remains a strong favourite. I only wish Robert had more belief in his composing abilities as it is these numbers that stand out as the strongest.
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classic Album from Robert Palmer, 1985, Great songs, Great sounds ( Tony Thompson on Drums ) listen to "Flesh wound" "Hyperactive" and "Discipline of love" .. great 80's songs from a great Talent, Robert palmer is sadly missed.
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Replaced missing copy from my collection.
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