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Nicolette

Nicolette Larson

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Van Halen Alert!!

Hmm, let's see?: 1978, Warner Bros., produced by Ted Templeman, that's interesting, engineered by Donn Landee too, hmmm okaaay, but with a lone guitar solo credited to "?" on "Can't Get Away from You", oh man that's it ... EDDIE VAN HALEN!! C'mon, yer not gonna get any other chances to own official '78 recordings by the MAN unless they open the vaults now that Diamond Dave's back on the vox!!

Thank you Itunes for adding this!!!

This was easily my favorite album. I wore out the record, then several tapes. I'm very happy to have it from Itunes now.

Nicolette-Nicolette Larson

This is a terrific album! Nicolette had a phenomenal voics and style. Not content to keep to any one style, Nicolette scores big with "Lotta Love", then jumps into the bouncy "Rhumba Girl". The Sam Cooke classic "You Send Me" is super. The hard rockin' "Can't Get Away From You" is sizzling. The sadly humorous and ironic "Mexican Divorce" pairs with a Bonnie Raitt-like "Baby, Don't You Do It" which might be the best cut on the disc. "Angels Rejoiced" is a triumph and "French Waltz" is as sweet as honey. This was a great debut, it's too bad none of her follow ups were as successful, Nicolette Larson was a fantastic singer.

Biography

Born: July 17, 1952 in Helena, MT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

After working as a backup vocalist for several country-rock acts and serving as a member of Commander Cody's Lost Planet Airmen for several years during the mid-'70s, vocalist Nicolette Larson launched a solo career in the late '70s. Initially, Larson followed the sound of laid-back Californian country-rock, which resulted in a Top Ten pop hit in 1979 with "Lotta Love." In the years following the success of "Lotta Love," Larson continued to mine the soft rock California sound, eventually...
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