|A||Looking For Clues||4:15|
|B||What Do You Care||2:44|
|WIP 6651||Robert Palmer||Looking For Clues (7", Single, Pic)||Island Records||WIP 6651||UK||1980|
|102.483||Robert Palmer||Looking For Clues (7", Pin)||Island Records||102.483||Netherlands||1980|
|K 8100, WIP 6651||Robert Palmer||Looking For Clues (7")||Festival Records, Island Records||K 8100, WIP 6651||New Zealand||1980|
|102.483||Robert Palmer||Looking For Clues (7", Single, Ora)||Island Records||102.483||Netherlands||1980|
|7-94984||Robert Palmer||Bad Case Of Loving You/Looking For Clues (7")||Island Records||7-94984||US||1985|
Clues is the sixth solo album by Robert Palmer, released in 1980. It has a rockier, new wave edge compared to his previous releases. The album peaked at number 59 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart and No. 31 in the UK in 1980. The album also peaked at No. 1 in Sweden, No. 3 in France, No. 15 in the Netherlands and No. 42 in Italy.
Robert Allen Palmer (19 January 1949 – 26 September 2003) was an English singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer. He was known for combining soul, jazz, rock, pop, reggae, and blues. Palmer's involvement in the music industry began in the 1960s, covered four decades and included a spell with the band Vinegar Joe.
Produced by Robert Palmer. Looking For Clues Lyrics.
Lyrics to Looking For Clues. Robert Palmer Artistfacts. Supertramp founder Roger HodgsonSongwriter Interviews.
Looking For Clues" is one of the most successful rhythmic inventions Palmer ever came up with. It's new wave,funk,ska and South African pop all rolled up into one and it was even a hit for him with the inclusion of a clever music video as well.
Palmer invited a fresh crop of new wave musicians to play on the album; Talking Heads’ Chris Frantz appears on Looking for Clues, while Gary Numan wrote Found You Now and I Dream of Wires and provided keyboards on the latter. Palmer’s rendition of The Beatles’ 1963 ditty Not a Second Time could just as convincingly be a Numan tune
Single, 1980, Island Records. 1. Looking for Clues.
The Collected double vinyl album from Robert Palmer is a selected overview of his music, some lesser known tracks are alternated with hits like "Every Kinda People", "Johnny And Mary", "Pride", "Addicted To Love" and many more.