Heavy Nova

Heavy Nova

by Robert PalmerRobert Palmer
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Overview

Robert Palmer cloned his hard rock Riptide style for its follow-up, his debut album on EMI, and was rewarded with the number two hit "Simply Irresistible," even if the formula was beginning to sound thin.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/10/2004
Label: Emi Special Products
UPC: 0724357746120
catalogNumber: 77461

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Robert Palmer   Primary Artist,Bass,Guitar,Drums,Keyboards,Vocals
Rick Danko   Vocals
B.J. Nelson   Vocals
T-Bone Walker   Accordion
Luka Belak   Violin,Vocals
Frank Blair   Bass
Jeff Bova   Keyboards
William Bryant   Keyboards
Dennis Budimir   Guitar
Ricky Fataar   Drums
Chuck Findley   Trumpet
Clare Fischer   Strings
Richard Gibbs   Keyboards
John Grey   Guitar,Percussion
Garth Hudson   Accordion,Keyboards
B. Johnson   Bass
Barry Sonjohn Johnson   Bass
Robyn Lobe   Percussion
Eddie Martinez   Guitar
Dom Um Romão   Percussion,Vocals
Dany Wynn   Drums
Geoff Bova   Keyboards
Geoff Bowa   Keyboards
T-Bone Wolk   Accordion
Dony Wynn   Drums

Technical Credits

Robert Palmer   Composer,Producer,Art Direction
John Grey   Producer
Tim Kraemer   Engineer
Lonnie Simmons   Composer
Charlie Wilson   Composer
Terry Donovan   Cover Photo
Tim Kramer   Engineer
R. Taylor   Composer
Lynd Ward   Illustrations,Woodcut
David Harper   Executive Producer

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Heavy Nova 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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I listened to my cassette the other night for the first time in many years. It's still as good as the day I bought it in 1988. (One day I'll have to upgrade it to a CD.) ''Tell Me I'm Not Dreaming'' is actually a remake, and I couldn't even tell you who did the original. ''Casting A Spell'' is also pretty interesting. Romance? ''Between Us'' is probably the best track on this one. ''Change His Way'' is, um, well, the only jellybean in the bunch, but still, not bad. I can--and have--listened to this one for hours.