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Very Special

Debra Laws

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True Soul/R&B

This is what i'm talkin about. Some TRUE music. None of that other gang music. well I guess i'm sayin this is my type of music. it may not be yours, but this is what I like.So um ya ok talk to yall later. bye now

Debra is "Very Special"....

BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL Old School Slow Jam Here! Its Too Bad She Never Could Throw Down Anymore 'Special' Hitz!

Interesting

I found Debra through her brother, Ronnie, who is an unbelievable sax player. He worked with Debra on this album, producing 'very special' and writing 'On my own'. The family doesn't stop there. They have a brother named Hubert , who plays flute and is very succsesful, and they have another sister, Eloise, who is a musician.

Biography

Born: September 10, 1956 in Houston, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The sister of flutist Hubert Laws, saxophonist Ronnie Laws, and vocalist Eloise Laws, singer Debra Laws performed and collaborated with a veritable who's-who of jazz, funk, and R&B segments of the recording industry. After she was featured on recordings by her brothers, as well as Richard Roundtree's The Man from Shaft and Aquarian Dream's Fantasy, she signed to Elektra, where she released the 1981 album Very Special. Produced by Hubert and Ronnie, it reached number 13 on Billboard's R&B...
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