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8 thoughts on “ Laura Nyro - The Essential Laura Nyro (CD)

  1. Mezuru
    Jan 17,  · from the album LAURA NYRO - THE FIRST SONGS (aka MORE THAN A GREAT DISCOVERY).
  2. Tojinn
    I got the album fast and without problems. The quality is very good. BUT: It is just "The best of Laura Nyro: Stoned Soul Picnic" with a new cover and a new name. On the backside it says: Originally released as "Stoned Soul Picnic". That was a bit bayhatexpxychworkjusriedaimextingveccomp.cos:
  3. Kazrashura
    Gonna Take a Miracle is the fifth album by New York City-born singer, songwriter and pianist Laura Nyro, with assistance by vocal trio was released on Columbia Records in November , one year after its predecessor, Christmas and the Beads of album is Nyro's only all-covers album, and she interprets mainly s and s soul and R&B standards, using Labelle as a.
  4. Zuluzuru
    Sep 09,  · Laura: Laura Nyro Live at the Bottom Line (Cypress/A&M, ) By the end of the s, Laura’s longtime label, Columbia, had hoped for another studio effort from the none-too-prolific artist. Nyro had other plans, though, and hoped to record a live album instead, which would feature some previously unheard songs.
  5. Arashikasa
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Time and Love: The Essential Masters - Laura Nyro on AllMusic - - As a song, single-disc best-of, this does the 9/
  6. Taunos
    Laura Nyro returned to the studio after a four year hiatus with this completely fresh sounding album. Laura was reunited with her Eli producer Charlie Calello and a very impressive line-up of New York session cats, which led the album in a much more Jazz-tinged direction than her previous releases.
  7. Malmaran
    Explore releases from Laura Nyro at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Laura Nyro at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. Mazurr
    Sep 13,  · Editors’ Notes Though she was one of the most unique talents of the first singer/songwriter generation, Laura Nyro was better known by other peoples' versions of her songs. But if you've only heard Barbra Streisand sing "Stoned Soul Picnic," The Fifth Dimension doing "Wedding Bell Blues," or Blood, Sweat & Tears' version of "And When I Die," hearing them delivered by their author .