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Nothing To Lose - Ronnie Laws - Pressure Sensitive (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Groktilar
    Dec 03,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the All Disc Records Pressing Vinyl release of Pressure Sensitive on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - BN-LAG • Format: Vinyl LP, Album All Disc Records Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Jazz-Funk/5().
  2. Dainris
    Oct 01,  · referencing Pressure Sensitive, LP, Album, All, BN-LAG In addition to the incredible 'Tidal Wave' (used to deadly effect by Black Moon) this is easily one of Ronnie's most enjoyable albums. Many golden moments & laced with sophisticated Jazz, deep atmosphere's & honest 70's optimism/5().
  3. Tugis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pressure Sensitive on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - BN-LAG • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Jazz-Funk/5(4).
  4. Meztikus
    Nov 14,  · Label: Blue Note - BN-LAG • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Terre Haute Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Jazz-Funk Ronnie Laws - Pressure Sensitive (, Terre Haute Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(10).
  5. Ner
    Pressure Sensitive, an Album by Ronnie Laws. Released in July on Blue Note (catalog no. BN-LAG; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Funk. Featured peformers: Ronnie Laws (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute), Roland Bautista (guitar), Mike Cavanaugh (Clavinet, electric piano), Clint Mosley (bass), Steve Guttierrez (drums), Joe Clayton (tambourine), .
  6. Migami
    Ronnie Laws has always been an R&B-oriented saxophonist miscast in the jazz world, starting with his early association with the rapidly declining Blue Note label. His debut album (reissued on CD) has a couple of decent melodies (the opening "Always There" is the most memorable), some soulful tenor and soprano playing by the leader in a style heavily influenced by Grover .
  7. Akinozragore
    Jun 06,  · Produced by Crusaders trombonist Wayne Henderson in LA in , Pressure Sensitive was saxophonist Laws' debut solo album following several years of supporting other alumni of the jazz scene, as well as a year long stint with Earth, Wind & Fire. And quite a debut it was too, opening with the ear-catching Always There and not flagging thereafter/5(41).
  8. Mekus
    Produced by Crusaders trombonist Wayne Henderson in LA in , Pressure Sensitive was saxophonist Laws' debut solo album following several years of supporting other alumni of the jazz scene, as well as a year long stint with Earth, Wind & Fire. And quite a debut it was too, opening with the ear-catching Always There and not flagging thereafter/5(27).
  9. Marn
    The younger brother of Hubert Laws, Ronnie's been known to dip his toes in the cheesy waters of smooth-jazz, but you won't find any of that on Pressure Sensitive -- despite the fact that it's hella smooth. Track listing: 1. Always There 2. Momma 3. Never Be the Same 4. Tell Me Something Good 5. Nothing to Lose 6. Tidal Wave 7. Why Do You Laugh.

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