Thursday, April 15, 2010

Lou Rawls

1966
(not the cover art for the 45)
The Shadow Of Your Smile/Southside Blues

4 comments:

Doctor Okeh said...

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ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!

Antonio said...

Thanks.

voodoo6 said...

Love this record, amazing show, got to be one of the best live albums around!

jellyrollfortheearhole said...

Lou Rawls' rolling baritone was like honey on a nipple. As the man who sang behind Sam Cooke on Bring It on Home to Me, his sound will always have a place on my mantle.

Thanks for posting. Great blog!