Nicolette Larson

Nicolette Larson

Also known as Larson, N. Larson, N.Larson, Nicolette, Nicolette Larsen, Nicolette Larson-DeVito, Nicolettte Larson
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Discography of Nicolette Larson:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Lotta Love 2 Audio 1978-11-04 Warner Bros. Records
2 Lotta Love 2 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
3 Nicolette 11 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
4 Live At The Roxy 10 Audio 2006 Rhino Handmade
5 Radioland 9 Audio 1980 Warner Bros. Records
6 Nicolette 11 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
7 All Dressed Up And No Place To Go 10 Audio 1982 Warner Bros. Records
8 Nicolette 11 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
9 All Dressed Up And No Place To Go 10 Audio 1982 Warner Bros. Records
10 Lotta Love 2 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
11 Dancin' Jones 2 Audio 1979 Warner Bros. Records
12 The Very Best Of 16 Audio 1999
13 Rhumba Girl 2 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
14 Lotta Love 2 Audio 1979 Warner Bros. Records
15 ...Say When 10 Audio 1985 MCA Records
16 Rhumba Girl 2 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
17 Building Bridges 2 Audio 1979 MCA Records
18 That's How You Know When Love's Right 2 Audio 1979 MCA Records
19 Rose Of My Heart 10 Audio 1986 MCA Records
20 I Only Want To Be With You 2 Audio 1982 Warner Bros. Records
21 Shadows Of Love 8 Audio 1988 CGD
22 Ooo-eee 4 Audio 1981 Warner Bros. Records
23 Radioland 9 Audio 1980 Warner Bros. Records
24 Let Me Be The One 4 Audio 1988 CGD
25 Nicolette 11 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
26 Radioland 9 Audio 1980 Warner Bros. Records
27 I Only Want To Be With You 2 Audio 1982 Warner Bros. Records
28 All Dressed Up And No Place To Go 10 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
29 Nicolette 11 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
30 Nicolette 11 Audio 2005 Wounded Bird Records
31 That's How You Know When Love's Right 2 Audio 1986 MCA Records
32 Radioland 9 Audio 1980 Warner Bros. Records
33 ...Say When 10 Audio 1985 MCA Records
34 Radioland 9 Audio 1980 Warner Bros. Records
35 Nicolette 11 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
36 Lotta Love 2 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
37 Lotta Love 2 Audio 2012 Warner Bros. Records (2)
38 In The Nick Of Time 10 Audio 1979 Warner Bros. Records
39 All Dressed Up And No Place To Go 10 Audio 1982 Warner Bros. Records
40 Nicolette 11 Audio 1979 Warner Bros. Records
41 In The Nick Of Time 10 Audio 1979 Warner Bros. Records
42 Radioland 9 Audio 1980 Warner Bros. Records
43 Lotta Love 2 Audio 1979
44 That's How You Know When Love Is Right 8 Audio 1989 MCA Special Products
45 All Dressed Up And No Place To Go 10 Audio 1982 Warner Bros. Records
46 Lotta Love 2 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
47 Give A Little 2 Audio 1978 Warner Bros. Records
48 Nicolette 11 Audio Warner Bros. Records
49 Back In My Arms Again 2 Audio 1979 Warner Bros. Records
50 Radioland 9 Audio


US vocalist born July 17, 1952, died December 16, 1997. Survived by her husband, drummer Russ Kunkel.

Montana-born Nicolette Larson began her musical career in earnest in San Francisco in the early '70s, singing with David Nichtern & The Nocturnes. Moving south to Los Angeles, she became friends with Linda Ronstadt, through whom she was introduced to Neil Young. By 1978 she'd contributed backup vocals to Young's American Stars 'N Bars and Comes A Time. The latter featured “Lotta Love,” which would become Larson's own signature song as included on her own 1978 album Nicolette.

After providing harmonies for the likes of Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris and The Doobie Brothers, and doing a stint in Commander Cody, Larson released four solo albums for Warner Bros. before moving to Nashville and recording her MCA debut, Say When, which garnered the Country Music Academy's Best New Female Vocalist award and produced the hit duet with Steve Warner, “That's When You Know When Love's Right.” She continued recording until a cerebral edema took her life in December of 1997. In February of 1998 two tribute concerts were held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, gathering such artists as Carole King, Emmylou Harris, Jackson Browne, Joe Walsh, Bonnie Raitt and even Linda Ronstadt (a CD recording of the concert was released on the Rhino record label in February 2006).


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