Label: Warner Bros. Records - XHS 3370 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Rock, Ballad
"Just in the Nick of Time" is quite solid. Karla Bonoff's wrote "Isn't it Always Love." but I believe that Nicolette Larson sings it with more emotion. I also feel that Nicolette had a better band backing her up. Those horns are great! "Trouble" is a fun song. Nicolette Larson /5(30).
"Rio de Janeiro Blue" is a silky smooth gem of a song. "Just in the Nick of Time" is quite solid. Karla Bonoff's wrote "Isn't it Always Love." but I believe that Nicolette Larson sings it with more emotion. I also feel that Nicolette had a better band backing her up. Those horns are great! "Trouble" is a fun song/5(30).
· In the Nick of Time was much more highly polished than Nicolette Larson's first effort. Here, Nicolette Larson is backed up by a crack team of L.A. studio musicians, and the results are sort of mixed. True, she doesn't suffer from the dreaded sophomore jinx that plagues so many first hit artists, but In the Nick of Time doesn't have that wow-charm that Larson ted Reading Time: 2 mins.
Nicolette () In the Nick of Time () Radioland () In the Nick of Time was the second album by Nicolette features a duet with Michael McDonald, keyboards from Bill Payne, backing vocals from Bobby LaKind and Rosemary Butler, Ronnie Montrose on guitar and other collaborators. Larson had a minor hit with her McDonald duet, "Let Me Go, Love".
Flugelhorn – Ben Coli, Jerry Haye *. Guitar – Paul Barrére *. Horns – Memphis Horns *. Keyboards – Billy Payne *. Percussion, Backing Vocals – Ted Templeman. Written-By – John Haeny, Richard Torrance. Arranged By [String Arrangement] – Jimmy Haskell *. Backing Vocals – Nicolette */5(51).
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