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Lou Rawls - Soulin' flac album
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Lou Rawls - Soulin' flac album

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Album:
Soulin'
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Style:
Soul
MP3 archive size:
1374 mb
FLAC archive size:
1731 mb
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Rating:
4.1
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Tracklist

A1 A Whole Lotta Woman 2:37
A2 Love Is A Hurtin' Thing 2:15
A3 So Hard To Laugh, So Easy To Cry 3:16
A4 You're The One 2:35
A5 Don't Explain 3:01
A6 What Now My Love 3:56
B1 Memory Lane 2:16
B2 Old Man's Memories (Monologue) 2:18
B3 It Was A Very Good Year 2:51
B4 Growing Old Gracefully (Monologue) 0:18
B5 Old Folks 2:16
B6 Autumn Leaves 2:37
B7 On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) 2:36
B8 Breaking My Back (Instead Of Using My Mind) 2:23

Credits

  • Arranged By, Conductor – H.B. Barnum
  • Photography [Cover] – George Jerman
  • Producer – David Axelrod

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST 2566 Lou Rawls Soulin' ‎(LP, Album, Spe) Capitol Records ST 2566 US 1966
ST 2566, ST-2566 Lou Rawls Soulin' ‎(LP, Album, Scr) Capitol Records, Capitol Records ST 2566, ST-2566 US 1966
ST8-2566, ST-82566 Lou Rawls Soulin' ‎(LP, Album, Club) Capitol Records, Capitol Records ST8-2566, ST-82566 US Unknown
ST 2566 Lou Rawls Soulin' ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST 2566 Canada 1966
T 2566 Lou Rawls Soulin' ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Capitol Records T 2566 Australia 1966


Louis Allen Rawls (December 1, 1933 – January 6, 2006) was an American singer, songwriter, actor, voice actor, and record producer. Rawls released more than 60 albums, sold more than 40 million records, and had numerous charting singles, most notably his song "You'll Never Find Another Love like Mine". He worked as a film, television, and voice actor. He was also a three-time Grammy-winner, all for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.

Tracklist: 1. A Whole Lotta Woman, 2. Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing, 3. So Hard To Laugh, So Easy To Cry, 4. You’re The One, 5. Don’t Explain, 6. What Now My Love, 7. Memory Lane, 8. Old Man’s Memories (Monologue), 9. It Was A Very Good Year, 10. Growing Old Gracefully (Monologue), 11. Old Folks, 12. Autumn Leaves, 13. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever), 14. Breaking My Back (Instead Of Using My Mind).

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Soulin' ‎ (LP, Album, Club). Soulin' ‎ (LP, Album). A Whole Lotta Woman Low Rawls 2:36. Lou Rawls - Don't Explain 2:54.

Soulin' is a vocal jazz music album recording by LOU RAWLS released in 1966 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Thanks to snobb for the updates. Soulin Elemental 2016. Soulin Reissued · Remastered EMI Special Products 2001.

Lou Rawls – 1966 Soulin’. Lou Raws – 1966 – Soulin’. One of the best albums that Lou cut with the HB Barnum/David Axelrod team! The record’s not as funky, so much as it’s a wonderfully conceived batch of tunes that has Lou singing in that super-hip pop soul mode that blasted him onto the charts back in the old days. Man’s Memories (Monologue) (2:18) B3 It Was A Very Good Year (2:51) B4 Growing Old Gracefully (Monologue) (0:18) B5 Old Folks (2:16) B6 Autumn Leaves (2:37) B7 On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (2:36) B8 Breaking My Back (Instead Of Using My Mind) (2:23). My introduction to the voice of Lou Rawls was this very fine work. I was only in high school at the time, but my friend and I played this one over and over.

Lou Rawls began his roll onto the R&B and pop charts with this 1966 work. He was now doing soul material, songs where his gospel background and instincts took over, and he simply wailed, soared, and shouted, rather than interpreting or working with blues progressions. He scored a huge hit with "Love Is a Hurtin' Thing" and had finally found a successful formula.

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