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Broken Rainbow - Laura Nyro - Laura Nyro Live At The Bottom Line (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Broken Rainbow This song is by Laura Nyro and appears on the album Walk the Dog & Light the Light (). The old people of the earth Tell stories An old woman Of the old ways She said - "I recall my joy In better days" The young warriors Of the open rainbow Said "Tell me is it true? Tell me, do some live Out of bags and rags In the cities too? Is it true?" At the edge where I live Home sweet.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Laura Nyro Live At The Bottom Line on Discogs.
  3. After five more years bringing up child Gil, Laura Nyro returned to touring at the tail end of the s and wanted to record a live album as her comeback, an idea quite unacceptable to Columbia. However, Laura went ahead with her original intention, but "Live at the Bottom Line" had to be released on independent label Cypress and received very.
  4. Laura Nyro's double album "Live at the Bottom Line" is an exquisite live set. Released on Cypress Records, Nyro shines in the looser live format with the her band, particularly Frank Pagano on drums, giving a punch to the recording as we hear the interplay between Nyro and the band. Nydia Mata gives delightful percussive touches throughout.
  5. This edition of "Live In Japan" by Laura Nyro is an abbreviated version of the original release which contained 21 tracks. The 21 track original version was released in Japan and is out of print and extrememly pricey when it becomes available. Anyway, Laura's performance is excellent as usual. The recording quality is first-rate/5(11).
  6. Laura: Laura Nyro Live at The Bottom Line, an Album by Laura Nyro. Released 5 July on Cypress (catalog no. YL ; Vinyl LP).
  7. A concert recording by the late singer-songwriter Laura Nyro, previously released in the United States in but long out of print, has now been re-released by a label called Floating World phapuntinittestsincpeachoverkderswamwee.coinfo Spread Your Wings and Fly: Live at the Fillmore East May 30, , the performance was recorded just weeks before promoter Bill Graham shuttered the New York City venue.
  8. Laura Nyro () was among the earliest in an exciting new wave called the "singer-songwriters." She was also among the very best, imbuing her often personal, introspective songs with a sophisticated metropolitan pop/soul sheen. Nyro was a New York poet through and through, and stood apart from her Laurel Canyon peers, incorporating elements of jazz, R&B, gospel, and Broadway styles into.
  9. Sep 09,  · Laura: Laura Nyro Live at the Bottom Line (Cypress/A&M, ) By the end of the s, Laura’s longtime label, Columbia, had hoped for another studio effort from the none-too-prolific artist. Nyro had other plans, though, and hoped to record a live album instead, which would feature some previously unheard songs.

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