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True, this two-CD compilation of 1962-1970 tracks isn't the most balanced Lou Rawls retrospective, as it favors his early soul output and has nothing from his commercial peak in the late '70s with Philadelphia International. It's also true that if you favor Rawls at his earthiest, you'll likely find this the best Rawls compilation available. Not that Rawls ever got too down 'n' dirty, but these are the songs on which his bluesiest leanings came most to the fore, leavened by various degrees of jazz and pop. His three big ...

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  1. What Makes the Ending So Sad
  2. Blues Is a Woman
  3. Willow Weep for Me
  4. Black and Blue
  5. Kansas City
  6. Tobacco Road
  7. Stormy Monday
  8. St. James Infirmary
  9. I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water
  10. The Shadow of Your Smile
  11. Street Corner Hustler's Blues
  12. World of Trouble
  13. Memory Lane
  14. Old Man's Memories
  15. It Was a Very Good Year
  16. A Whole Lotta Woman
  17. Love Is a Hurtin' Thing
  18. You Can Bring Me All Your Heartaches
  19. Trouble Down Here Below
  20. Dead End Street
  21. Dead End Street
  22. Show Business
  23. Show Business
  24. Scotch & Soda
  25. My Ancestors
  26. Hang Ups
  27. You're Good for Me
  28. Soul Serenade
  29. Down Here on the Ground
  30. Your Good Thing (Is About to End)
  31. I Can't Make It Alone
  32. You've Made Me So Very Happy
  33. Bring It Home
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UPC: 724352176823


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