Ronnie Laws  

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Ronald "Ronnie" Laws (born October 3, 1950 in Houston, Texas) is an American jazz, blues and funk Saxophonist. He is the younger brother of jazz flautist Hubert Laws. In 1976, he began his solo career with the album Pressure Sensitive, in which his most famous instrumental song, 'Always There,' was included. It became an instant jazz-funk classic, covered by numerous artists.



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