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Lou Rawls - Soulin' Album
Soul
Performer: Lou Rawls
Title: Soulin'
Style: Soul
Year 1966
Country US
Label Capitol Records
Catalog Number ST 2566
Genre: Soul
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 837
MP3 size: 2738 mb
FLAC size: 2728 mb
WMA size: 2711 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

Lou Rawls - Soulin' Album

Tracklist

1Don't Explain
Written-By – Arthur Herzog, Jr., Billie Holiday
3:01
2Old Folks
Written-By – Dedette Lee Hill, Willard Robison
2:16
3Old Man's Memories (Monologue)2:18
4 Medley & Monologue
5It Was A Very Good Year
Written-By – Ervin Drake
2:51
6A Whole Lotta Woman
Written-By – J. W. Alexander, Lowell Jordan
2:37
7Breaking My Back (Instead Of Using My Mind)
Written-By – John Anderson, Lou Rawls, Jr.
2:23
8So Hard To Laugh, So Easy To Cry
Written-By – Cecil Carter , Rich Askam
3:16
9Love Is A Hurtin' Thing
Written-By – Ben Raleigh, Dave Linden
2:15
10Memory Lane
Written-By [Memory Lane] – J. W. Alexander, Sam Cooke
2:16
11Autumn Leaves
Written-By – Prévert, Mercer, Kosma
2:37
12On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)
Written-By – Alan Jay Lerner, Burton Lane
2:36
13Growing Old Gracefully (Monologue)0:18
14You're The One
Written-By – Adolph Smith
2:35
15What Now My Love
Written-By – Sigman, Bécaud, Delanoë
3:56

Credits

  • Arranged By, ConductorH.B. Barnum
  • Photography By [Cover]George Jerman
  • ProducerDavid Axelrod

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): ST1-2566
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): ST2-2566
  • Rights Society: ASCAP / BMI

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.

Album

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. Listen free to Lou Rawls Soulin' A Whole Lotta Woman, Love Is A Hurtin' Thing and more. 14 tracks 38:12. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 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. Lou Rawls. The Only Christmas Album You Will Ever Need. A Very Romantic Christmas. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and . Released 1966. Soulin Tracklist. Love is a Hurtin' Thing Lyrics. You're The One Lyrics. Soulin Q&A. Producers Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff. Writers Ben Raleigh, Dave Linden, Kenneth Gamble & 1 more. More Lou Rawls albums. The Essential Lou Rawls. At Last. Show all albums by Lou Rawls. Soulin is from Lou's earlier days as a jazz and club singer, but the vocals and arrangements are amazing. Every song is a winner. I remember listening to the vinyl recording as a kid: it was my Dad's music. This cd is a remake of his classic album Soulin'. It includes the tune that put him on the mainstream map, Love Is A hurtin' Thing. It's a great song and was the reason I first purchased this album around 1966. But as good as the hit record is I immediately fell in love with the B side. First there is the classic Lou Rawls monologue Memory Lane in which he sets up his version of the Sinatra tune It Was A Very Good Year. Then he smoothly transitions into Old Folks. See You When I Git There. Christmas Is 2006 Remaster. Later that year, Capitol issued Rawls' debut album, Stormy Monday alternately known as I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water, a collection of jazz tunes with backing from the Les McCann Trio. The same year, he supplied the impassioned background vocals on Sam Cooke's hit Bring It On Home to Me. Rawls' next few recordings for Capitol combined jazz, blues, R&B, and pop in varying combinations, sometimes casting him in big-band settings akin to those of his hero Joe Williams