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  • CD (8 novembre 1999)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 1 juillet 2006
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000001FTZ
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1. Every Kinda People
2. Best Of Both Worlds
3. Come Over
4. Where Can It Go?
5. Night People
6. Love Can Run Faster
7. You Overwhelm Me
8. You Really Got Me
9. You're Gonna Get What's Coming

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Format: CD
Il faut qu'on m'explique ce qui est écrit sur la pochette du disque : "Le son est remasterisé en haute définition 96 kHz / 24 BIT" alors qu'un CD ne peut contenir que du 16 BIT 44Khz ? En plus à l'écoute le son, si il est loin d'être mauvais, semble très agressif, comme si tous les boutons de la console avaient été poussés à 11. Pourquoi trois étoiles alors ? Parce que le packaging est superbe et évidemment l'album !
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This was THEE one 27 septembre 2003
Par R.F. Phillipps - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Listen up everybody: This was the album that got Robert on the radio. You had to be alive in 1978 and into music to know the refreshing impact his style had amidst all the disco-clutter at that time. To those who knew his style from this earlier time, his commercial "peak" was more of an anti-climax. I saw him in concert 4 times up close and he was a nonstop bundle of energy. He'd move from one song to the next and each one nearly melted into the next. (no, I was sober!) The rhythms were fantastic. Such an entertainer. And whenever songs from THIS release began, the crowd broke into their wildest cheers. They knew these were the songs that started it all. The ones that introduced us to this fabulous guy. The ones remembered most.... by those who knew him.
12 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Culture Factory USA reissues limited edition (3000 copies) of classic album by Robert Palmer 9 février 2012
Par Wayne Klein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Double Fun" catches Robert Palmer in strong form. Opening with Andy Fraser's (Former bassist and one of the songwriters in Free who co-wrote "Alright Now" among other gems) "Every Kinda People" and closing with Palmer's "You're Gonna Get What's Coming"(a hit for Bonnie Raitt but, curiously, not for Palmer), "Double Fun" proves that Palmer could dabble in any musical style and make it sound like he owned it.

Covering a wide variety of styles from reagge ("You've Really Got Me" an unusual approach to The Kinks classic and Palmer's "Best of Both Worlds")to a slice of New Orleans R&B (Toussiant's "Night People")and pure rock, Palmer slides in and masters each style with his soulful vocals.

The 2012 reissue on Culture Factory USA features a remastered version (although it touts that its a 24 bit remaster, keep in mind this isn't an SACD and the sound is rendered in 16 bits like a traditional CD)of the album in a miniature replica of the original artwork including the inner sleeve with the original lyrics. The CD looks like a miniature vinyl record (the CD is like the reissue of "Born to Run" completely black and features a replica of the Island label from the time).

The remaster has nice detail and sounds clear as a bell however be aware that this is mastered louder and compressed when compared to the original CD version. It's also brighter than the original CD. Having said that, this may not be audiophile CD but the average fan will probably enjoy it.

"Double Fun" is a terrific album from Palmer just be aware that the remastering is brighter and louder than the original CD. I love the miniature replica of the LP packaging and the obi included is a nice touch. The album itself deserves 4 to 5 stars, the remaster 3 stars and the packaging 5 stars.
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Double Fun,Quadruple Treat! 12 novembre 2003
Par Andre' S Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the fourth of Robert Palmer's foursome of elegant,
funk R&B-tinged albums he recorded in the mid to llate 1970's and
it is yet another highpoint."Every Kind Of People" with it's
hihgly catchy steel drum melody is by far the ONLY way to start this album."Best Of Both Worlds" is an excellent Philly-style
dance number offering a welcome alternative to the Staurday Night
Fever infecting much of music at this point and on the strident
"Come Over" and the Sly Stone-style groove of The Kinks classic
"You Really Got Me" Palmer gives up the FONK!!!Think late 70's
pop was dull and shallow?Then pick this up (plus the three albums
that came before it).
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Sounds Better With Every Listen 26 octobre 2004
Par Fred McGhee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Robert Palmer's masterpiece. Of all of the white soul singers out there influenced by Marvin Gaye, you would have to put Palmer very high on the list. These are wonderful adult contemporary songs that are full of soul, heart, sass, sexiness, and intelligence. Excellent compositions, and Palmer sings them very well.

The whole vibe of this album makes this part of the 1970's look good. Loads of fun. Great album cover. This is the perfect laid back island vacation or sailboating record.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Every Kind Of People Play Every Kind Of Music 26 juillet 2010
Par Andre S. Grindle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Robert Palmer's musical career can safely be divided into two periods: his New Orleans/Caribbean inflected R&B-funk period circa 1974-78 to his more experimental electronica and rock flavored period from 1979 through.....well the end of his life really. This album fits squarely into that first period of his musical journey and actually rather winds up as a conclusion to it. Ever since Sneakin Sally Through the Alley Palmer had been working through his Nasseau derived mix of reggae,funk and pop R&B while refining it different ways from album to album. And one thing that could be said about him that made him a unique artist was his ability to understand how to perform funk well. Not only by maintaining connections with Little Feat and The Meters but by his ability to interpret,both vocal and as a writer/musician the polyrhythms and varying tempos of the genre. If one would want to refer to him as "blue eyed funk" he was one of the people involved who understood funk and R&B interpretation and,even if he's by and large not a household name that is why by his following he's so revered. "Every Kind Of People" is justly the best known songs from this album and something of a signiture song for him up until this point. With it's funky soul rhythm and steel drum hook the song intelligently breaks out bigotry of all sorts by acknowledging while our physical bodies have similarities that we have differences that must be celebrated and that "every kind of people make the world go 'round". In my own words about a certain type of funk this is literally "people music" in the highest degree. Of course there are a number of more streamline R&B songs here with lusher orchestrations such as those found on albums like Pressure Drop in "Where Can It Go" and "You Overwelm Me". Overall though this is an extremely groove centered album with a lot of alternating moods and textures such as the New Orleans disco-funk styling of "Best Of Both Worlds",which is actually where the title of this album is derived as well as the hefty stomps of "Come Over" and a cover of The Kinks early hard rock classic "You Really Got Me". It's amazing how well that song translates,both lyrically and musically into a hardcore funk jam. "Night People" is not only the most powerful funk piece on the album but a general highlite of it as well-with it's stop-n-start funk-jazz beat and mini moog bass burbles it's from the exact same school as something you'd find on a Herbie Hancock album such as Man-Child but endowed with tons of Palmers unique,swampy flavor as well. The album also looks to Palmer's soon-to-arrive future as a rock n roller with "You Gonna Get What's Coming";with it loud guitars and heavy rhythm it's a strong preview of his musical coming attractions.So from beginning to end this album follows two different "track of the tears" of Robert Palmer so to speak,while he was ending a very creatively fullfilling period of his career and entering into a more commercially satisfying one. Even so during no period of his career was Robert Palmer ever conventional or predictible,even in the 80's when he was getting big hits and that quality of his is on display on albums like this perhaps more so than in other places.
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