Ronnie Laws – There's A Way. Label: Liberty – UP 64. Producer – Ronnie Laws. From the album "Solid Ground". Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Blue Note Record Label; Album cover has minor wear; Record has minor scuffs; Track listing: Always There; Momma; Never Be The Same; Tell Me Something Good; Nothing To Lose; Tidal Wave; Why Do You Laugh At Me; Mis' Mary's Place.
Tracklist: 1. Heavy On Easy, 2. Segue, 3. There’s A Way, 4. Stay Awake, 5. Solid Ground, 6. Your Stuff, 7. Just As You Are, 8. Summer Fool, 9. Good Feelings. More albums from Ronnie Laws: Identity by Ronnie Laws. Friends And Strangers by Ronnie Laws. Brotherhood by Ronnie Laws. Deep Soul by Ronnie Laws. Tribute To The Legendary Eddie Harris by Ronnie Laws. All Day Rhythm by Ronnie Laws. Mr. Nice Guy by Ronnie Laws. Flame by Ronnie Laws. View all albums . Solid Ground.
Ronnie Laws is an award-winning tenor saxophonist and composer whose career has, since the early 1970s, straddled the worlds of jazz and R&B. Since 1975 he has placed seven albums in the Top 200 - including his 1975 Blue Note debut Pressure Sensitive - as well as tracks and albums in no less than six other categories. He has worked as an in-demand session man and live musician with a who's-who of jazz and R&B greats including Ramsey Lewis, Gregory Porter, . King, George Duke, Quincy Jones, Stanley Jordan, and dozens more . It has been covered and/or sampled by well over 100 artists.
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Ronnie Laws Selected Hits. Tribute To The Legendary Eddie Harris. album: The Very Best Of Norman Brown. You're The One. album: Milky Way. Rio Samba. album: Larry Carlton. album: Strawberry Moon. album: Original Album Classics.
There's a Riot Goin' On is the fifth studio album by American funk and psychedelic soul band Sly and the Family Stone. It was recorded from 1970 to 1971 at Record Plant Studios in Sausalito, California and released later that year on November 20 by Epic Records. The album's recording was dominated by band frontman Sly Stone during a period of drug use and intra-group tension
Album: The Best of Ronnie Laws, 1992. This track comes from the "Flame" album, which was released in 1978 on United Artist Records. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.