Robert Palmer — Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley

 

1974’s Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley was Robert Palmer’s solo debut LP.  Just like the record that followed it, Pressure Drop, it’s a soulful and funky album that doesn’t share much with his later pop records.  Here he’s backed by The Meters and Little Feat’s Lowell George for much of the album, including the infectious title track.  The 12-minute-plus album closing jam “Through It All There’s You” is included below.  On that track and a couple others a New York based group that included Bernard Purdie (dr), Gordon Edwards (bs), Cornell Dupree (gt), and Richard Tee (org) was used, and it’s great to hear those guys stretch out….

(Details: Island ILPS 9294)

Robert Palmer — Through It All There’s You

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3 Responses to Robert Palmer — Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley

  1. vinyltim says:

    Also of note: Steve Winwood is on piano on that last track…

  2. what? says:

    This can’t be Robert Palmer, can it? Not possible.

    • vinyltim says:

      Believe it! That LP and the next one, “Pressure Drop” (which I also put on the blog), are killer.

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