Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Lou Rawls 1966 Live





Genre: Blues/Jazz
Rate: 262 kbps VBR / 44100 from lossless source!
Time: 00:47:08
Size: 84,67 MB

United States

This is truly one of the greatest jazz albums of the 1960s. It has it all: soul, humor and hipness. Lou Rawls is always good, but this recording shows him in his prime -- in great voice, and at the height of his creativity. The material is sensational, and so is the accompaniment. The great Herb Ellis is on guitar, and the piano player, Tommy Strode, brings tears to your eyes. Whatever happened to him? He should be in a hall of fame somewhere. (Thomas Honig)

Tracklist:

01 - Stormy Monday 03:21

02 - Southside Blues 02:43

03 - Tobacco Road 05:15

04 - St. James Infirmary 04:11

05 - The Shadow Of Your Smile 04:41

06 - I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water 02:41

07 - Goin' To Chicago Blues 02:43

08 - In The Evening When The Sun Goes Down 06:15

09 - The Girl From Ipanema 03:50

10 - I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good 03:29

11 - Street Corner Hustler's Blues 03:42

12 - World Of Trouble 04:17





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