Robert Palmer releases ‘Secrets,’ his fifth solo album featuring ‘Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)’ (1979)

Robert Palmer’s ‘Secrets’ feat. ‘Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)’ is his fifth solo album released in June 1979 by Island.

Track Listing : 1.Bad Case Of Loving You [Doctor, Doctor] (Moon Martin) – 03:10 . 2.Too Good To Be True (Robert Palmer) – 02:54 . 3.Can We Still Be Friends (Todd Rundgren) – 03:37 . 4.In Walks Love Again (Robert Palmer) – 02:45 . 5.Mean Ol’ World (Andy Fraser) – 03:33 . 6.Love Stop (John David) – 02:57 . 7.Jealous (Jo Allen) – 03:15 . 8.Under Suspicion (Dennis Linde, Alan Rush) – 03:25 . 9.Woman You’Re Wonderful (Jo Allen, Robert Palmer) – 03:57 . 10.What’S It Take? (Robert Palmer) – 03:26 . 11.Remember To Remember (Robert Palmer) – 03:30

Musicians : Robert Palmer – Vocals . Pierre Brock – Bass . Dony Wynn – Drums . Kenny Mazur – Guitar . Steve Robbins – Keyboards . Jack Waldman – Keyboards

Production : Produced By Robert Palmer . Karl Pitterson – Engineer, Mixing . Benjamin Armbrister – Assistant Engineer . Kendall Stubbs – Assistant Engineer . Greg Calbi – Mastering

Package : Susan Palmer – Cover Concept . Graham Hughes – Art Direction, Photography

Recorded 1978- 1979 At Compass Point Studios, New Providence, Bahamas.

Released In June 1979 By Island.

(Source Robert Palmer‘s ‘Secrets’ feat. ‘Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)’ | Official Site)


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