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Law & Order Import

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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1978 album from the Soul outfit. Comprised of former Ethics members Ron Tyson and Joe Freeman with the addition of Norman Frazier and Larry Richardson and it was under this assemblage that two albums would be released on the Baker-Harris-Young led Salsoul subsidiary and together with the musical guidance of Baker-Harris-Young and songsmith Ron Tyson Love Committee cut their debut album: Law And Order. Prior to the release of Law And Order, Gold Mind Records prepared the single offerings, the first of which was 'Cheaters Never Win', which achieved an impressive Top 60 spot on the US R&B charts while the title track 'Law And Order', became a huge dance floor hit making it into the R&B Top 100 and rocketing all the way to #2 on the US Dance charts. Other notable tracks include the third and final single 'Tired of Being Your Fool' and funky cut 'Pass the Buck'.


1. Law And Order
2. Tired Of Being Your Fool
3. If You Change Your Mind
4. Cheaters Never Win
5. Pass The Buck
6. Put It In The Back Of Your Mind
7. Give Her Love
8. Just As Long As I Got You
9. Where Will It End (12" Disco Mix)
10. Law And Order (12" Disco Mix)
11. Cheaters Never Win (12" Disco Mix)
12. Just As Long As I Got You (12" Disco Mix)

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  • Audio CD (July 2, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Big Break
  • ASIN: B00CI5MYD6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #359,309 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AvidOldiesCollector TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 21, 2015
Format: Audio CD
The late 1960s/1970s Philadelphia-based group The Ethics, led by tenor/falsetto Ronald Tyson, first formed up in 1967 and, including Carl "Nugie" Enlow, Andrew "Bike" Collins and Joe Freeman, registered twice on the R&B singles charts for the small, local independent Vent Records in 1969. The first was the June # 32 Farewell b/w I Want My Baby Back as Vent 1006, followed in October by the # 43 Tell Me b/w There'll Still Be A Sweet Tomorrow as Vent 1007.

Prior to those two they had released Think About Tomorrow b/w Look At Me Now as Vent 1001 in Nov 1968, and in Feb 1969, Sad, Sad, Story b/w Searching as Vent 1004 which had done marginally well on a local/regional basis, and all told these weren't bad results for a tiny operation like Vent which had virtually no funds for proper promotion. But that showed with their next releases which could not regain the R&B listings: Standing In The Darkness b/w That's The Way Love Goes as Vent 1008 in March 1970; and Good Luck b/w Who In The World which, although probably recorded sometime in 1970, did not emerge until 1974 as Golden Fleece ZS7 3252, another small operation owned by Ronnie Baker, Norman Harris and Earl Young who had distribution arrangements with Columbia.

The 2003 Jamie/Guyden CD titled "The Best of The Ethics" provides all their Vent singles, omitting only that Golden Fleece release, and one listen will have you convinced that, in the hands of a larger operation they not only would have had more (and higher) results on the R&B charts, but some significant notice on the more lucrative Billboard Pop Hot 100 as well, especially Standing In The Darkness and even a previously-unreleased side such as Lost In A Lonely World.
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By Ronald L. Blackwell on April 14, 2015
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By brian kunath on January 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
this is an above average album that was reissued from the salsoul vault. I remember seeing this in a used album price list as $30. but now on cd for one low price. This is a good album by the love committee (as far as i know, they only had one). The best songs on here are: of course Law & order, cheaters never win, pass the buck, just as long as i got you, and the bonus track where will it end. The rest are useless throw away ballads. If you have the origional salsoul classics 1&2, 3&4 you really don't need this but it's worth buying.
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