Released in 1976, Robert Palmer's third solo album showcases the romantic instincts of this blue-eyed soul singer. The album's front and back cover feature risqué scenes from a game of strip poker Palmer plays with Playboy model, Denise Michele.
Psychedelic folk rock alternates with boogie woogie romps on this sixth release by QMS. Soaring guitars remain a trademark during the solos on these songs that encapsulate the San Francisco rock of their era, like "Song for Frisco" and "Play My Guitar."
Quicksilver Messenger Service formed during San Francisco's rock explosion, with bands like Jefferson Airplane and The Grateful Dead. This debut album includes songs that typify their style, such as "Dino's Song" and the sumptuous, "Gold and Silver."
The title track is the first song on Quicksilver's third album. It opens with rushing piano played by renowned session musician, Nicky Hopkins, featured throughout this album, but soon shifts to a bouncing, Bo Diddley beat that the band is known for.
"What About Me" is the fifth Quicksilver Messenger Service album released in late 1970. This varied collection of songs ranges from soulful blues to country, folk and psychedelic rock, with dreamy vocals, dripping with echo on the title track.