Ronnie Laws - Pressure Sensitive1975A1 Always There (4:52) A2 Momma (4:20) A3 Never Be The Same (4:23) A4 Tell Me Something Good (4:50) B1 Nothing To Lose (4:54) B2 Tidal Wave (4:08) B3 Why Do You Laugh At Me (3:55) B4 Mis' Mary's Place (3:32) (re-up vinyl rip)http://www.mediafire.com/?j2mwfxtldoeENJOY!!!!
that's a classic album!!Thanks Doc!!
Classic joint and suprised to not have this..........thanks!!
finally came to terms with the fact that my vinyl was too badly scratched, thanks for this!
always like mr. lawsthank you
thank you for the Ronnie Laws...."who got the props"!!!
thanks a milli doc...this is the cure
Aw yeah! This is so so nice to have. Many Thanks
nice add.... thanks!
A little piece of history in here. "Always There" is the original one. Later on, Side Effect put in lyrics and released it in 1976 - What You Need lp. And Britain's Incognito 1991 interpretation with Jocelyn Brown's vocals brought the track once more to modern dancefloors. Always there Mr. Ronnie Laws!!!
Awesome. Didn't know "Always there" was originally his. The other songs are also great, especially "Tidal Wave".Many Thanks.
dope album, thanks doc!
ronnie never dissapoints. thanx!!
Always loved this version of Always There - looking forward to hearing the rest. Thanks!
A lot of sweet jazzy funk beats here. Especially the first two tracks. Smoove! Much appreciated, Doc!
Thanks for all of your hard work, I love what you post!
Damn! Thant track "Always There" is killer!
yes, a classic lp.thank you
Thank you for this beautiful,classic Lp. I will definitely enjoy this one...All the best to you & yours,Robert
Thank you so much! I'm starting to listen to jazz and I think this is a good piece for it!
"Always There" used to play between periods of Phila. Flyers hockey games back in the '70's. I loved the tune, but it took years for me to find out who it was. Finally found it on a "Blaxsploitation" collection. thanks for the chance to hear the whole album!
thanks doc,another great post man! loving it,ive already big a huge fan of Ronnie Laws and now im yours.
thanks for this classic!!!
Love your post! I had this album on audio cassette until one day the machine ate the tape. Glad to be able to play it again.
Whats the password?
Good stuff, Ronnie Laws is the man!
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