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Pride is the seventh solo studio album by the British singer Robert Palmer. It was originally released in March 1983. The album peaked at No. 37 in the UK Albums Chart. The album also peaked at No. 12 in France, No. 15 in the Netherlands and No. 36 in Sweden. Pride was reissued on 2011 by Culture Factory USA, an independent label that specialises in cult artists
Written-By – R. Palmer. 10. The Silver Gun. Written-By – A. Powell, R. 사 등. Record Company – Bertelsmann Music Group. Pride (Cass, Album, Dol).
Band Name Robert Palmer. Erscheinungsdatum 1983. Labels Mercury Records Island Records Polygram. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2.
Robert Palmer- Pride LP album images ogs. com Retrieved 16 April 2010. v. t. e. Robert Palmer. De-Lite Records - DE-815, Robert Palmer covered the song on his 1983 album Pride under the title You Can Have It, in 2003, saxophonist Jimmy Sommers covered the song from his release Lovelife. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape or another medium. An LP record album on a phonograph turntable.
Robert Palmer Format: Audio Cassette. And yes, I too saw him perform live (at Park West in Chicago) and the show was superb. Robert was always the consummate professional and his recordings and live shows are a testament to his dedication and talent. I bought this re-issue in hopes of getting the 12" Extended Dance Mix of "I Didn't Mean To Turn You On" from Robert Palmer's RIPTIDE album. Published on September 3, 2013.
Download and listen online Pride by Robert Palmer. Format – mp3. Lyrics. Lyrics "Robert Palmer - Pride". Tried the phone, oh whats the use? I know I won't get through to you First a note, then a call Only yesterday I was yours now Every day I want you more. Close my eyes, oh there you are Stop before we go too far Every move I recall, Shouldn't dream that you're here because it Only makes me want you more. How could I forget you? All the reasons we've seen through Didn't see, never thought, no sense looking back because it Only makes me want you more
Pride is Robert Palmer's seventh solo studio album, released in 1983. Pride certainly isn't Robert Palmer's finest hour due to a number of weak tracks, but it's interesting enough in spurts, thanks to Palmer's eclectic nature. More than anything, the album works as an uneven middle ground between the crisp lo-fi electronics of Clues and the moody rock of Riptide. Perhaps here more than on his previous albums, the strong songs are forced to carry the weight of some lesser efforts.
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- Record Company – Ariola Benelux B.V.
- Produced For – Revpek International Productions B.V.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Ltd.
- Published By – Bungalow Music
- Published By – Island Music Ltd.
- Producer – Robert Palmer
- Written-By – R. Palmer*
NotesProduced for Revpek International Productions B.V.
Ariola Benelux BV Haarlem
(P) 1982 Island Rec. Ltd.
Bungalow Music/Island Music Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 104.851-A₁
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 104.851-B₁
|WIP 6833||Robert Palmer||Pride (7", Single)||Island Records||WIP 6833||UK||1982|
|WIP 26833||Robert Palmer||Pride (12")||Island Records||WIP 26833||Italy||1982|
|7-99835||Robert Palmer||Pride (7", Promo)||Island Records||7-99835||US||1982|
|7-99835||Robert Palmer||Pride (7", Single, Promo)||Island Records||7-99835||US||1983|
|7-99835||Robert Palmer||Pride (7", Single)||Island Records||7-99835||US||1983|