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Lou Rawls The Rarest Lou Rawls In The Beginning 1959, 1962 (2-CD)

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Lou Rawls: The Rarest Lou Rawls In The Beginning 1959, 1962 (2-CD)

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  • Interpret: Lou Rawls

  • Album titlle: The Rarest Lou Rawls In The Beginning 1959, 1962 (2-CD)

  • Label JASMINE

  • Genre Pop

  • Year of publication 2014
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0604988080223

  • weight in Kg 0.1
Rawls, Lou - The Rarest Lou Rawls In The Beginning 1959, 1962 (2-CD) CD 1
01 Love, Love, Love Lou Rawls
02 My Heart Belongs To You Lou Rawls
03 Walking For Miles Lou Rawls
04 Kiddio Lou Rawls
05 In My Little Black Book Lou Rawls
06 Just Thought You'd Like To Know Lou Rawls
07 80 Ways Lou Rawls
08 When We Get Old Lou Rawls
09 Waterboy Lou Rawls
10 Once In A Lifetime Love Lou Rawls
11 That Lucky Old Sun Lou Rawls
12 In My Heart Lou Rawls
13 Nine Pound Hammer Lou Rawls
14 Above My Head Lou Rawls
15 The Bride Lou Rawls
16 The Biggest Lover In Town Lou Rawls
17 Trust Me Lou Rawls
18 Please Let Me Be The First One To Know Lou Rawls
19 Bring It On Home To Me Lou Rawls
20 (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue Lou Rawls
21 Everyday I Have The Blues Lou Rawls
22 Kansas City Lou Rawls
23 Roll 'em Pete Lou Rawls
24 Strange Fruit Lou Rawls
25 How Long, How Long Blues Lou Rawls
Rawls, Lou - The Rarest Lou Rawls In The Beginning 1959, 1962 (2-CD) CD 2
01 (They Call It) Stormy Monday Lou Rawls
02 God Bless The Child Lou Rawls
03 See See Rider Lou Rawls
04 Willow Weep For Me Lou Rawls
05 I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town Lou Rawls
06 In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down) Lou Rawls
07 'tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do Lou Rawls
08 Lost And Lookin' Lou Rawls
09 I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water Lou Rawls
10 Sweet Lover Lou Rawls
11 Wade In The Water Lou Rawls
12 Sweet Chariot Lou Rawls
13 Jesus, Be A Fence Around Me Lou Rawls
14 If He Holds Your Hand Lou Rawls
15 Didn't It Rain Lou Rawls
16 That's Heaven To Me Lou Rawls
17 Stand By Me Father Lou Rawls
18 Poor Pilgrim Of Sorrow Lou Rawls
19 Motherless Child Lou Rawls
20 Did You Stop To Pray This Morning Lou Rawls
21 Walking In The Light Of The Lord Lou Rawls
Lou Rawls Biography Gospel, blues, soul, pop and jazz singer Lou Rawls was born December 1,... more
"Lou Rawls"

Lou Rawls Biography

Gospel, blues, soul, pop and jazz singer Lou Rawls was born December 1, 1933 in the southside of Chicago, Illinois. The Grammy Award-winning vocalist with a soft and smooth velvet voice was at home in various musical genres. He recorded approximately 75 albums under his own name and sold almost 50 million records. Rawls passed away January 6, 2006.

Since his childhood days he was a friend of future star vocalist Sam Cooke. Both started singing in the church choir. Rawls’ professional singing career started as a member of the Chosen Gospel Singers in Los Angeles pairing again with his old schoolmate, Sam Cooke in 1953. Both became members of the Pilgrim Travellers. In 1958 Lou Rawls got seriously injured in a car accident which changed his life profoundly. In 1959 the Pilgrim Travellers broke up, and Rawls started a solo career moving away from his gospel roots, recording secular music. His first 45s were released on the tiny Candix label. Producer Nick Venet heard him sing in a West Hollywood coffee shop and produced his first album, (’Stormy Monday’ with Les McCann) which was released later in 1962.

During the 1960s and 1970s Rawls became a well-known, popular R&B and pop singer. In 1966, he recorded ’Lou Rawls Live!’ in front of an ethusiastic crowd in a recording studio. The 45 Dead End Streetearned him a Grammy award in 1967, the 1971 album ’A Natural Man’ was good for a second Grammy. In 1976 Rawls recorded his biggets chart success with You'll Never Find (Another Love Like Mine), a disco-tinged ballad. More successful 45s followed, and in 1977 he received his third Grammy award for ’Unmistakably Lou’an album that went platinum.

Since the 1970s, Lou Rawls also did television work and later appeared in more than twenty films. Since the 1990s, he focused on blues and jazz with albums like ’Portrait Of The Blues’ after signing with the famous Blue Note label. In 2004, Rawls was diagnosed with cancer. He died in Los Angeles, California, on January 6, 2006. 

 

Les McCann Biography

Les McCann was born Leslie Coleman McCann, 23 September 1935, in Lexington, Kentucky. The self-taught pianist sang and played in school bands and in the navy, where a talent contest won him a spot on the ‚Ed Sullivan Show’. 

After moving to California in the late 1950s, he played with Gene McDaniels before forming a successful trio with which he first recorded in 1960, Les McCann Ltd.
McCann dveloped a strong interest in innovation, particularly in new technology, and a preference for the dance-based rhythms of jazz, gospel and funk. 

A series of popular jazz piano albums followed, and in the late 60s, McCann had two hit singles with the protest song Compared To What?and the ballad With These Hands. ’Swiss Movement’, his Montreux, Switzerland, live duet album with saxophonist Eddie Harris, was also a bestseller. The early 70s saw the pianist exploring electronic keyboards and synthesizers and, while still recording, he performed in films such as ’Soul To Soul’ and shows such as the all-star ‚’Black Music Show’ from 1972-74. McCann also practised as a photographer, exhibiting on a number of occasions, and worked as a volunteer teacher with his wife in Mexico. His recording diminished in the late 70s, following an unsuccessful foray into soul and R&B. He bounced back in the late 80s and continued in the jazz funk field. Despite a stroke in January 1995 which has left him partially paralysed, McCann kept recording and performing.

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Tracklist
Rawls, Lou - The Rarest Lou Rawls In The Beginning 1959, 1962 (2-CD) CD 1
01 Love, Love, Love
02 My Heart Belongs To You
03 Walking For Miles
04 Kiddio
05 In My Little Black Book
06 Just Thought You'd Like To Know
07 80 Ways
08 When We Get Old
09 Waterboy
10 Once In A Lifetime Love
11 That Lucky Old Sun
12 In My Heart
13 Nine Pound Hammer
14 Above My Head
15 The Bride
16 The Biggest Lover In Town
17 Trust Me
18 Please Let Me Be The First One To Know
19 Bring It On Home To Me
20 (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue
21 Everyday I Have The Blues
22 Kansas City
23 Roll 'em Pete
24 Strange Fruit
25 How Long, How Long Blues
Rawls, Lou - The Rarest Lou Rawls In The Beginning 1959, 1962 (2-CD) CD 2
01 (They Call It) Stormy Monday
02 God Bless The Child
03 See See Rider
04 Willow Weep For Me
05 I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
06 In The Evening (When The Sun Goes Down)
07 'tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do
08 Lost And Lookin'
09 I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water
10 Sweet Lover
11 Wade In The Water
12 Sweet Chariot
13 Jesus, Be A Fence Around Me
14 If He Holds Your Hand
15 Didn't It Rain
16 That's Heaven To Me
17 Stand By Me Father
18 Poor Pilgrim Of Sorrow
19 Motherless Child
20 Did You Stop To Pray This Morning
21 Walking In The Light Of The Lord