Nicolette by Nicolette Larson was released by Warner Bros. It reached on the US pop charts and in Canada and was certified Gold in both markets. Her first charting single was Young's smoky composition "Lotta Love". As a single, it hit on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart, on the Billboard Hot 100, on the Cash Box Top 100, and in Record World magazine
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She went on to duet with him on his much anticipated Comes a Time album, which was the genesis for Nicolette. Using an even wider-ranging style than friends Linda Ronstadt or Emmylou Harris, Larson hit it big right out of the starting gate with Young's "Lotta Love," a super Top Ten smash
Unlike Nicolette Larson - Nicolette this release has a solid background behind "NICOLETTE" on the front cover. Track A1: Silver Fiddle Music - BMI Track A2: Fourth Floor Music, Inc. - ASCAP Track A3: Kags Music Corp. BMI Track A4: Creeping Licking Music - BMI Track A5: Plan Two Music In. Walden Music In. Quartet Music In. Intersong Music - ASCAP Track B1: Jobete Music C. Inc. - ASCAP Track B2: Streetlights Music - ASCAP, Ayn Animus Music - BMI.
Nicolette Larson in 1985. Background information. Interestingly, Nicolette Larson and Guthrie Thomas both worked with Hoyt Axton and recorded their first professional recording session together on Axton's "Southbound" album for A&M Records Larson's work with Emmylou Harris - the album Luxury Liner (1977) prominently showcased Larson on the cut "Hello Stranger" - led to her meeting Harr.
Listen to music from Nicolette Larson like Lotta Love, You Send Me & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Nicolette Larson. Nicolette Larson (July 17, 1952 – December 16, 1997) was an American singer best known for her cover version of Neil Young's "Lotta Love", which peaked at on Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 chart in February 1979. She sang backing vocals on the Van Halen song "Could This Be Magic?" and on Neil Young's recording of Ian Tyson's folk classic "Four Strong Winds".