Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Live at the Roxy
Genres: Country, Pop, Rock
Nicolette was one of the great session singers in ?70s rock, providing honeyed harmonies for Neil Young, Linda Ronstadt, the Doobie Brothers and Emmylou Harris before launching a successful career on her own. And this live... more »
Nicolette was one of the great session singers in ?70s rock, providing honeyed harmonies for Neil Young, Linda Ronstadt, the Doobie Brothers and Emmylou Harris before launching a successful career on her own. And this live concert, recorded at the famed Sunset Strip venue on December 20, 1978, and previously available as a promo-only disc, captures her fresh from the release of her debut solo album "Nicolette", which went Top 20. Indeed, ground zero of the entire SoCal ?70s rock scene was at the Roxy this night. Limited edition of 5000 copies!
The love you leave
The Blue Baron | Los Angeles | 10/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard this great LP when I lucked out and found the LP "Warner Bros Radio Show" at Arrons Records Shop on Melrose back in the 1980's. While I like Nicolette's other albums (now CDs) this is my favorite of all. Why? Because it has a "personal" feel to it. You get a chance to hear Nicolette sing AND speak. From songs like "clear light" and "last in love" through "baby don't do it" Nicolette is in great voice and has a fine "all-star" band behind her which includes the brillant Albert Lee on guitar. Nicolette even sings a song in French (French Waltz) that so charming it just COULD make you cry. All and all a super performance by beautiful woman and spirt who has left us way to soon. However Nicolette LIVES on through this recording, and for anyone who wants to hear her again please buy this CD and, as I always will do, go back to December 20, 1978 (the date of this live recording). You will find Nicolette there, her legacy and her heart."
Don't let this one get away!
lighten_up_already2 | Kirkland, WA USA | 07/17/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's expensive and there's not a whole lotta music on it, but what is there is an album quality live recording of this legendary 1970's era female vocalist at her peak of commercial popularity. If you are fan of hers you'll forget what you paid for it soon enough."
Saleem | 01/07/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"What starts out as a flat, uninspired, concert, turns out to be a richly rewarding experience."