||Laws,John Vol. 3 - Country Collection CD (2007) |
||Vol. 1 - Country Collection CD (2007) |
||Laws,John Vol. 5 - Country Collection CD (2007) |
||Best of Buddy Rich: The Pacific Jazz Years CD (1997) |
John Laws CD discography All tracks have been digitally remastered by Bob Belden and Dean Pratt.
Recorded between 1966 and 1970.
Personnel: Buddy Rich (drums); Herb Ellis, Barry Zweig, Richie Resnicoff (guitar); Don Menza (flute, clarinet, tenor saxophone); Pete Yellin, Charles Owens (flute, alto saxophone); Gene Quill, Art Pepper (clarinet, alto saxophone); Marty Flax (clarinet, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Jay Corre (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Jimmy Mosher (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Ernie Watts, Quinn Davis, Richie Cole , Joe Romano (alto saxophone); Robert Keller (tenor saxophone, percussion); Don Englert, Ron Fudoli (tenor saxophone); Meyer Hirsch (baritone saxophone, percussion); Joe Calo, John Laws (baritone saxophone); James Trimble (trumpet, percussion); Chuck Findley, John Madrid, George Zonce, Russell Iverson, Dave Culp, John Sottile, John Scottile, Nat Pavone, Bob Yance, Bill Prince, Yoshito Murakami, Al Porcino, Sal Marquez, Mike Price, Ollie Mitchell, Joe Giorgianni, Kenneth Faulk, Bobby Shew (trumpet); John Boice, Jack Spurlock, Vince Diaz, Tony Lada, Rick Stepton, Sam Burtis (trombone); Dennis Good, Mike Waverley, Don Switzer, Peter Graves (bass trombone); Joe Azarello, Russ Turner, Ray Starling, John Bunch (piano); Rick Laird , Gary Walters (electric bass).
Liner Note Author: Dean Pratt.
Recording information: 1966-1970.
Arrangers: Dick Grove; Don Menza; Don Piestrup; Pete Meyers; Arthur M. Wiggins; Allyn Ferguson; Phil Wilson; Bill Reddie.
The Best of Buddy Rich: The Pacific Jazz Years features 10 tracks culled from Rich's explosive years at Pacific Jazz. There are eight near-standards -- including "Groovin' Hard," "Love for Sale," "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" and "Greensleeves" -- as well as two previously unreleased cuts: a live version of "Apples" recorded at the Chez Club in LA and an ...
||Pressure CD (1979) |
John Laws albums Liner Note Author: Barry Alfonso.
Recording information: Indigo Ranch Studios, Malibu, CA.
Photographer: Ron Slenzak.
Unknown Contributor Role: Bobby Vegus.
Personnel: Melvin Robinson, Patrick Kelly (vocals, guitar); Ronnie Laws (vocals, saxophone, tenor saxophone); John Laws, Betty Jo Miller, Samuel Moore, Reggie Alexander, Johnny Laws, Sandra (vocals); Barnaby Finch (keyboards, synthesizer); Bobby Vega (bass guitar); Art Rodriguez (drums, percussion).
Audio Remasterers: Ken ...
||Jazz Profile No. 16 CD (1997) |
John Laws music CDs Blue Note's Jazz Profile series is designed for neophytes and beginners curious about a certain musician. Collectors and diehard fans will have everything on this collection, and while they may quibble with the selections, Jazz Profile provides a succinct, helpful introduction to Art Pepper's Blue Note recordings for novices. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Recording information: Hollywood, CA ...
||Wrong Side Of The Street CD (2002)
John Laws discography Track Listing of songs: Blues Is My Business; Baby's Gone; Love Fever; Soul Queenie; Fool; Positive Trip; Make Ends Meet; Listen; Who Do You Think You're Foolin?; Real Love, The; Workin' Ev'ryday;
||Acappella America CD (1992) |
John Laws songs Recorded at Clifty Studios, Paris, Tennessee.
Engineers: John Laws, Gary Miller, Russell Lamb, Gary Miner.
Personnel: Wayburn Dean, George Pendergrass, Duane Adams, Gary Moyers, Keith Lancaster, Gary Miller, John Green, Wes McKinzie, John Laws, Max Plaster, Jay Smith, Brian Randolph, Pam Pendergrass, Darnella Dean.
Additional vocals: The Southwestern Christian College Chorus, Tasha Hatcher, Tanah Hatcher, Gretchen Miller, Ellie Miller, ...
||Acappella Gospel CD |
John Laws CD discography Recording information: Clifty Studios, Paris, TN.
Arranger: George Pendergrass.
Personnel: Katrina Willis, Buddy Adams, Robert C. Guy, Brian Randolph, George Pendergrass, Jim Cole , John Laws, Sharon Harris, Buddy Greene, Duane Adams (vocals).
Audio Mixers: Gary Miller; Darin Cochran; John Laws; Gary Miner.
||Ease On Down The Road CD (1996) |
John Laws albums Also available as part of the 3-CD BIG BAND MASTERS on LaserLight (55 599).
Recorded in New York, New York in October 1973 and June 1974.
When it came to speed, power, and dexterity, Buddy Rich was the indisputable king of the drums. It wasn't until the 1950's, when Joe Morello entered the scene, that Rich had a ...