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Nicolette
     

Nicolette

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by Nicolette Larson
 

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Nicolette Larson first came to public attention when she backed up Neil Young on his American Stars 'n Bars disc. She went on to duet with him on his much anticipated Comes a Time album, which was the genesis for Nicolette. Using an even wider-ranging style than friends

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Nicolette Larson first came to public attention when she backed up Neil Young on his American Stars 'n Bars disc. She went on to duet with him on his much anticipated Comes a Time album, which was the genesis for Nicolette. Using an even wider-ranging style than friends Linda Ronstadt or Emmylou Harris, Larson hit it big right out of the starting gate with Young's "Lotta Love," a super Top Ten smash. From there, she broadens her approach to include a soulful "You Send Me," the Louvin Bros' "Angels Rejoiced," Motown's "Baby, Don't Do It," and a hard-rockin' "Can't Get Away From You." No matter which genre she aspired to, she seemed to have the chops to do a fine job. Nicolette was a surprise for many when it first came out and is still a pleasure to listen to today. After this, her first effort, the sky was the limit for Larson.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/30/1998
Label:
Wea International
UPC:
0075992736626
catalogNumber:
27366

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Nicolette Larson   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Tambourine,Vocals,Background Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Albert Lee   Guitar,Mandolin,Electric Guitar
Michael McDonald   Vocals
Linda Ronstadt   Vocals,Background Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Victor Feldman   Percussion,Maracas,Vibes
Plas Johnson   Flute
Paul Barrére   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
James Burton   Dobro,Guitar
Valerie Carter   Vocals,Background Vocals
Patrick Simmons   Acoustic Guitar
Chuck Findley   Horn
Bob Glaub   Bass
Jimmie Haskell   Strings,Accordion,Conductor
Jim Horn   Horn
Mark T. Jordan   Keyboards
David Kalish   Guitar
Bobby LaKind   Percussion
Andrew Love   Saxophone
Steve Madaio   Horn
Bill Payne   Keyboards
Herb Pedersen   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Sid Sharp   Synthesizer,Concert Master
Rick Shlosser   Drums
Fred Tackett   Acoustic Guitar
Ted Templeman   Percussion,Vocals,Background Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Klaus Voormann   Bass
Mark Jordan   Keyboards
Mike McDonald   Background Vocals
Herb Dobro   Guitar
Bobby LaKing   Conga,Triangle

Technical Credits

Joel Bernstein   Sleeve Photo
Lamont Dozier   Composer
Glenn Frey   Composer
Jimmie Haskell   String Arrangements,Woodwind Arrangement
Eddie Holland   Composer
Brian Holland   Composer
Donn Landee   Engineer
Bob McDill   Composer
Adam Mitchell   Composer
Bill Payne   Composer
J.D. Souther   Composer
Ted Templeman   Producer
Dave Bhang   Art Direction
Burt Nacharach   Composer

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4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Twenty five years later, Nicolette still sounds fresher than today's Shania-come-latelies. Her cover of Rhumba Man ("Rhumba Girl") still gets people on their feet when I slip it into the CD player. Her lovely voice now sings with the rest of the angel chorus. Nicolette: we miss you, but you live on in your music!