Why does every orchestrated oldie here ring truer than the ones sung by Natalie Cole or Sinéad O’Connor? Maybe because Ridin’ High doesn’t seem to be a move of career desperation (as does Cole’s album) or what you do when you can’t write your own hits (as does O’Connor’s). This is a mildly tasty diversion — but if you want ”Witchcraft,” are you gonna buy Robert Palmer instead of Sinatra? B-
Ridin' HighWhy does every orchestrated oldie here ring truer than the ones sung by Natalie Cole or Sinéad O'Connor? Maybe because Ridin' High...Ridin' HighRockWhy does every orchestrated oldie here ring truer than the ones sung by Natalie Cole or Sinéad O'Connor? Maybe because Ridin' High...1992-11-20
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Robert Palmer
Posted November 20 1992 — 12:00 AM EST
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