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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    No pic but just been listening to my vinyl rip of Robert Palmer's Sneakin' Sally Thru' The Alley (1973) - superb blue eyed soul album. Highly recommended.
    fantastic album. I bought it when originally released (in 73 or 74). His first solo album. I knew nothing about him, but read that Lowell George of Little Feat produced the album and bought it because of that. Still my favorite Robert Palmer album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    No pic but just been listening to my vinyl rip of Robert Palmer's Sneakin' Sally Thru' The Alley (1973) - superb blue eyed soul album. Highly recommended.
    Just bought the CD recently. Superb album that transcends the commericial material he did later
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    Yes exactly. I bought it in about 75 after I had bought Pressure Drop which for a long time was my favourite. Now I think Sneakin' snicks it.
    In this instance Little Feat were s superb backing band.

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