The album is now in release in Japan and the first single, "Moments Like This", reached the number 18 spot in the Japanese charts.  Her career Her professional career started as a teenager in 1977 when she was featured on her brother Ronnie's album entitled "Friends and Strangers", on United Artist Records. In 1979, she was a lead vocalist on her brother Hubert's album, "Land of Passion", on Columbia Records. Laws made her debut as a solo recording artist in 1981 with the release of her album "Very Special" on Elektra Records. This album, produced by her two brothers sold in excess of 385,000 copies, while the two singles, "Very Special" and "Be Yourself" sold combined totals in excess of 260,000 copies. From 1981 through 1990, Laws worked with her three siblings, recording and doing many live performances in the United States and abroad. In 1985, she recorded "Crusin' Tonight", written and produced by George Duke, for the Heavenly Kid motion picture soundtrack. In April and May of 1991, she toured Europe with the Commodores for a 38 city tour. In November of that year, she performed with Kool and the Gang, Third World, Shabba Ranks, Rita Marley, the Commodores and many others at a benefit for the children of Africa held in Lagos,Nigeria. In 1992, she toured Asia in January and February, performing in Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan and Japan. She then began the writing and recording process for an album which was completed in October of 1994.
In November and December of that year, she toured Europe again. She has also recorded soundtracks for The Heavenly Kid, Fighting Back, and Prison Dancer, and is featured on Pam Williams album "Eight Days of Ecsta Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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