Lou Rawls - Black and Blue

Lou Rawls - Black and Blue
Styles: Soul, Early R&B
Genre: R&B
Album: Black and Blue
Release Date: March, 1963
Artist: Lou Rawls
Duration: 42:21

Super blues and jazzy soul by Lou Rawls from an early period on Capitol.

He hadn't yet found the hit formula, but was cutting some superb singles. His voice had a resonance and strength developed for years on the gospel trail, and also during his work backing Sam Cooke. Even though he didn't get any hits, it's well worth the cost if you can find this album.

Roll 'Em Pete / Pete Johnson / Big Joe TurnerLou Rawls1:53
I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water / Eddie MillerLou Rawls3:35
How Long, How Long Blues / Leroy CarrLou Rawls4:22
Every Day, I Have the Blues / Memphis SlimLou Rawls2:32
St. James Infirmary / Joe PrimroseLou Rawls4:42
(What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue / Tina Brooks / Andy Razaf / Fats Waller / Trent WallerLou Rawls3:30
Kansas City / Jerry Leiber / Mike StollerLou Rawls2:12
Goin' to Chicago Blues / Count Basie / James RushingLou Rawls2:54
Trouble in Mind / Richard M. JonesLou Rawls3:52
World of Trouble / Oscar Brown, Jr.Lou Rawls3:11
Six Cold Feet of Ground / Leroy CarrLou Rawls3:02
Strange Fruit / Lewis AllanLou Rawls3:29
Gloomy Sunday / Laszlo Javor / Sam Lewis / Rezsö SeressLou Rawls3:07

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