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  1. Nekasa says:
    Lou Rawls Biography by Steve Huey + Follow Artist. Popular and versatile singer whose distinctive baritone proved as well-suited to pop and jazz as to straight soul. Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓ Credits ↓ Awards ↓ Related ↓ Share on.
  2. Malat says:
    His earliest Capitol recordings rank among his best but Rawls didn't catch on with the public until 's incendairy Live!, which contained his famed pre-song "raps" which helped set the stage for Isaac Hayes, Gil Scott-Heron and Barry White. Rawls classics at the time included "Black and Blue" and "Dead End Street" which helped define the.
  3. Dim says:
    Believe In Me - US - 7" VINYL More of this title. LOU RAWLS Believe In Me (Scarce Funk / Soul US wide centred 7" vinyl single from the American vocalist, also including His Song Shall Be Sung. The vinyl appears in excellent condition nestled in the MGM company die-cut paper sleeve K) .
  4. Dalrajas says:
    Lou Rawls song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and Lou Rawls albums.
  5. Dakus says:
    Live, an Album by Lou Rawls. Released in on PIR (catalog no. PZ2 ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Easy Listening, Jazz Pop. Featured peformers: Lou Rawls (vocals), Dennis Kilman (guitar), MFSB (aka_text horns role_id aka_text, strings), Kim Darigan (bass), Steve Turner (drums), Cindy Jordan (backing vocals), Deborah Morris (backing vocals), Althea Rodgers (backing vocals), Denny Gore (aka.
  6. Togar says:
    A track on the album Lou Rawls Live features him singing the commercial slogan. Anheuser-Busch, the brewers of Budweiser, suggested his telethon work to him. Rawls lent his rich baritone to cartoons, including Hey Arnold!, Garfield, Captain Planet and the Planeteers and The Proud Family.
  7. Moogur says:
    I've sung a lot of songs I've made some bad rhyme I've acted out my love in stages With ten thousand people watching But we're alone now and I'm singing this song for you I know your image of me Is what I hope to be I've treated you unkindly But darlin' can't you see There's no one more important to me Darlin' can't you please see through me.
  8. Jular says:
    Soul singers Lou Rawls and Bobby “Blue” Bland sang at his funeral in Los Angeles. in which a number of his songs, such as ‘I Shall Be Released’, were given a powerful gospel reading.
  9. Fegor says:
    Lou Rawls A: A Natural Man B: Believe In Me: MGM USA: K Jul 7" 5: Lou Rawls A: His Song Shall Be Sung B: Believe In Me: MGM USA: K Jan 7" 1: Lou Rawls A: Walk On In B: The Politician: MGM USA: K Oct 7" 2: Lou Rawls A: A Man Of Value [Mono] B: A Man Of Value [Stereo] MGM USA: K Jan

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