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Performer: Ronnie Laws
Genre: Jazz
Title: Pressure Sensitive
Country: US
Released: 1975
Style: Jazz-Funk
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Pressure Sensitive is the debut album by American saxophonist Ronnie Laws released in 1975 by Blue Note. The album reached No. 25 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart. Pressure Sensitive was produced by George Butler and Wayne Henderson of The Crusaders.

Pressure Sensitive, 1995. Never Be the Same, 04:25.

His debut album (reissued on CD) has a couple of decent melodies (the opening "Always There" is the most memorable), some soulful tenor and soprano playing by the leader in a style heavily influenced by Grover Washington, J. and vocals on only one of the eight selections; Laws's attempts to make it as a singer were still in the future.

Fever is the second album of American saxophonist Ronnie Laws released in 1976 by Blue Note Records. 13 on the Billboard Top Soul LPs chart. Let's Keep It Together" - 4:30. Fever" (Eddie Cooley, John Davenport) - 3:24.

Pressure Sensitive is a funk jazz music album recording by RONNIE LAWS released in 1975 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. RONNIE LAWS - Pressure Sensitive. Filed under Funk Jazz By RONNIE LAWS.

Pressure Sensitive (1975). Album by Ronnie Laws.

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A1 Always There
Percussion [Flexitone], Congas – Joe ClaytonWritten-By – Ronnie Laws, William Jeffery*
4:52
A2 Momma
Vocals – Side EffectWritten-By – Roland Bautista
4:20
A3 Never Be The Same
Electric Piano – Joe SampleSynthesizer [String Ensemble] – Jerry PetersWritten-By – Mike Cavanaugh, Roland Bautista, Ronnie Laws
4:23
A4 Tell Me Something Good
Clavinet – Joe Sample, Mike CavanaughElectric Piano – Mike CavanaughSynthesizer [Arp] – Jerry PetersWritten-By – Stevie Wonder
4:50
B1 Nothing To Lose
Guitar – John W. Rowin, Jr.*Piano, Clavinet – Joe SampleWritten-By – Ronnie Laws
4:54
B2 Tidal Wave
Drums – Michael WillarsElectric Bass [Fender] – Wilton FelderGuitar – John W. Rowin, Jr.*Synthesizer [String Ensemble], Piano – Jerry PetersWritten-By – William Jeffery*
4:08
B3 Why Do You Laugh At Me
Piano – Joe SampleSynthesizer [String Ensemble] – Jerry PetersWritten-By – Wayne Henderson
3:55
B4 Mis' Mary's Place
Piano, Clavinet – Joe SampleWritten-By – Ronnie Laws
3:32

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Ariola Eurodisc S.A.

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Bob Cato
  • Bass – Clint Mosley, Wilton Felder
  • Clavinet, Electric Piano – Joe Sample, Mike Cavanaugh
  • Cover – Peter Lloyd
  • Drums – Michael Willars, Steve Guttierrez*
  • Electric Piano, Synthesizer [Arp, String Ensemble] – Jerry Peters
  • Executive-Producer – George Butler
  • Guitar – John W. Rowin, Jr.*, Roland Bautista
  • Liner Notes – Clayton Frohman
  • Mastered By – Robert M. McLeod, Jr.
  • Percussion [Flexitone], Congas, Tambourine – Joe Clayton
  • Photography By [Read Cover Photos] – Doug Metzler
  • Producer – Wayne Henderson
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Frank Byron Clark*
  • Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Ronnie Laws

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BN-LA452-G Ronnie Laws Pressure Sensitive ‎(LP, Album) Blue Note BN-LA452-G US 1975
LN-10164 Ronnie Laws Pressure Sensitive ‎(LP, Album, RE) Liberty LN-10164 US 1982
GP 3146, GP-3146, BN-LA452 Ronnie Laws Pressure Sensitive ‎(LP, Album, Promo, RE) Blue Note, Blue Note, Blue Note GP 3146, GP-3146, BN-LA452 Japan 1978
BN-LA452-G Ronnie Laws Pressure Sensitive ‎(LP, Album) Blue Note BN-LA452-G US 1975
CDP 0777 7 46554 2 2 Ronnie Laws Pressure Sensitive ‎(CD, Album, RE) Capitol Records CDP 0777 7 46554 2 2 US 1995