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LaBelle - Pressure Cookin' Album

LaBelle - Pressure Cookin' Album
Title:
Pressure Cookin'
Performer:
LaBelle
Style:
Soul, Funk
Released:
1973
Catalog:
APL1-0205
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1207 mb
FLAC album size:
2293 mb
Genre:
Label:
RCA

Tracklist


1Let Me See You In The Light6:13
2Goin' On A Holiday3:21
3Sunshine (Woke Me Up This Morning)3:18
4Medley: Something In The Air / The Revolution Will Not Be Televised(5:50)
5Pressure Cookin'3:00
6Something In The Air
7Last Dance4:15
8The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
9Open Up Your Heart3:25
10Mr. Music Man4:05
11Can I Speak To You Before You Go To Hollywood?6:38


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
APL1-0205LaBelle Pressure Cookin' ‎(LP, Album)RCAAPL1-0205US1973
66748-78029-2, A763390LaBelle Pressure Cookin' ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Reel Music, Reel Music, Sony Music Custom Marketing Group, Sony Music Custom Marketing Group66748-78029-2, A763390US2010
APL1-0205LaBelle Pressure Cookin' ‎(LP, Album)RCA VictorAPL1-0205New Zealand1973
APL1-0205LaBelle Pressure Cookin' ‎(LP, Album)RCA VictorAPL1-0205Australia1973
AYL1-4176LaBelle Pressure Cookin' ‎(LP, Album, RE)RCAAYL1-4176US1981


Credits


  • Bass GuitarAndré Lewis (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B3, B5), Carmine Rojas (tracks: B2, B4)
  • ClavinetAndré Lewis (tracks: A1 to A3, B3)
  • CongasDaniel Ben Zebulin (tracks: A1 to A4, B3)
  • Congas, TambourineLeroi Conley (tracks: B2, B4O)
  • DrumsEmry Thomas (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B3, B5), Larry Davis (tracks: B2, B4)
  • Drums [Kettle]André Lewis (tracks: A4)
  • Electric PianoAndré Lewis (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B5)
  • Engineer [Recording]Mike Moran , Tom Brown
  • GuitarBuzzy Feiton (tracks: A3, B1, B2, B4), Hank Redd (tracks: A1 to A4, B1, B3, B5), Nelson Martinez (tracks: B2, B4)
  • Liner NotesNikki Giovanni
  • OrganAndré Lewis (tracks: A3, A4, B1, B3, B5), Luther Eaddy (tracks: B2)
  • Photography ByBob Gruen
  • PianoAndre Lewis (tracks: B1)
  • ProducerVicki Wickham
  • Written-ByGil Scott-Heron (tracks: A2b), John Keen (tracks: A2a), Nona Hendryx (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1 to B3, B5 ), Stevie Wonder (tracks: B4)


Notes


RCA, Rockaway pressing denoted by etched "R" in runout, made from stampers produced at RCA, Indianapolis.
Issued with lyric/credit inner sleeve.

Writing credits and track titles differ between labels and jacket; data taken from jacket listing.

Andre Lewis, Hank Redd & Emry Thomas by kind permission of Maxayn and Capricorn Records. Buzz Feiton by kind permission of Douglas Records. Special thanks to them, Gene Casey, Buff, Tommy Skinker and baby dumpling.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side A, On Label): APL1-0205-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix Side B, On Label): APL1-0205-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): APL1 0205A 10 I A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped (Except R Etched)): APL1 0205B 6S R I A2


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – RCA Records
  • Recorded At – RCA's Studio D, New York City
  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway
  • Published By – Gospel Birds, Inc.
  • Published By – Track Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Fabulous Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Bob Thiele Music, Ltd.
  • Published By – Stein & Van Stock, Inc.
  • Published By – Black Bull Music, Inc.


Album


Pressure Cookin' is the third album by American singing trio Labelle, released in August 1973. This release was their first and only for RCA Records, and was critically raved due to the songs that songwriter and member Nona Hendryx composed. The album is also notable for being the first album released following lead singer Patti LaBelle giving birth to her only child, son Zuri Edwards she recorded the album while still pregnant with Zuri. to RCA with. Pressure Cookin'. Way ahead of its time, it set the scene for Labelle's pop breakthrough a few years later with their smash hit Lady Marmalade. Pressure Cookin' features nine compositions, many by group member Nona Hendryx, who has been actively involved with this reissue project, along with producer and Labelle manager Vicki Wickham. Stevie Wonder writes one and coproduces two tracks, identified as 'friend' due to his contractual position at the time. Album 1973 9 Songs. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and Cookin'. Labelle - Pressure Cookin' 1973. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. R'n'B Soul. Songs in album Labelle - Pressure Cookin' 1973. Labelle - Pressure Cookin'. Labelle - Something In The AirThe Revolution Will Not Be Televised. Labelle - Sunshine Woke Me Up This Morning. Labelle - Can I Speak To You Before You Go To Hollywood. Labelle - Mr. Music Man. Labelle - Goin' On A Holiday. Labelle - Let Me See You In The Li. Play full-length songs from Pressure Cookin' by Labelle on your phone, computer and home audio system with . Pressure Cookin', 2011. Pressure Cookin', 03:02. Despite RCA releasing the Stevie Wonder composition, Open Up Your Heart , the album failed to become a success. Listen free to Labelle Pressure Cookin' Pressure Cookin', Medley: Something In The Air, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised and more. 9 tracks 40:05. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the


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Reviews:
  • Pemand
A major management / marketing mistake by RCA for 1) the poor recording / mastering of Pressure Cookin', one of Labelle's nastiest, driving disco / soul club classics (raw Patti at her best) and 2) releasing the LP with the short 3:00 7" edit instead of the full length 4:57 version which was eventually released on the Disco Express Vol. 1 compilation LP a couple of years later. For a major and fully-staffed label like RCA with access to top-quality studio equipment and recording engineers, these mistakes are an inexcusable blunder of epic proportions. We can only fantasize about how good a major-label quality recording and release of the full length version of Pressure Cookin' would have sounded on an original LP, and possibly a promo 12" with a heavy-duty disco mastering a couple of years later when the 12" format was invented. What were they thinking, and who the hell was the audio engineer?