We remember Lou Rawls. ‘We’ll Never Find Another Voice Like Yours’

This day (January 6, 2006), in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., died Louis Allen ‘Lou’ Rawls , an American soul, jazz, and blues singe.

Tracklist :

Lou Rawls – See You When I Get There . Dead End Street Tobacco Road . This Song Will Last Forever . You’Ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine . Love Is A Hurting Thing . w/ Aretha Franklin – At Last . Lady Love . Performing Arts Center-Interview 2005 .

Tracklist :

You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine . Lady Love . Season Of The Witch . The Little Drummer Boy . Dead End Street . Nobody But Me . You’ve Made Me So Very Happy . Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing . See You When I Git There . You Made Me So Very Happy .


Lou Rawls’ All Things in Time is an album released on June 7, 1976. >>

Recorded on February 5–12, 1962, Stormy Monday, also known as Id Rather Drink Muddy Water, is the debut album of Lou Rawls, backed by the Les McCann trio. >>


[1993] Aretha Franklin is with Lou Rawls plus Les McCannat the White House in Washington, DC to tape a special TV program for Public Television. >> 56 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1990] Lou Rawls sings at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI >> 59 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1976] Electric Light Orchestra, The Jacksons, Glen Campbell, Helen Reddy & Lou Rawls. They all perform at the 4th American Music Awards, broadcasted live on ABC >> 18 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1979] you do not want to miss Lou Rawls at the Merv Griffin Show on a television station near you >> 7 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1988] Art Blakey, Bobby Hutcherson, Bobby Watson, Chick Corea, Dave Weckl, Dianne Reeves, Don Pullen, George Adams, Herbie Hancock, John Patitucci, Les McCann, Lou Rawls, Mulgrew Miller, Robin Eubanks, Ron Carter, Stanley Turrentine, Terrence Blanchard, Tony Williams and many more. They all perform at Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival 89 with Blue Note in Japan >> 123 MINUTES on RVM >>


Wikipedia : This day (January 6, 2006), in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., died Louis Allen ‘Lou’ Rawls , an American soul, jazz, and blues singe.

Lou Rawls Official Website : In 1971 Lou’s popularity could be measured by the fact that he won the Downbeat magazine poll for favorite male vocalist, besting perennial champ Frank Sinatra, who has praised Rawls for having the classiest singing and silkiest chops in the singing game.

@last.fm : Lou Rawls, who learned of gospel music through his grandmother in Chicago, became a successful singer, primarily from the 1950s through the 1980s.

@Discogs : He was diagnosed lung cancer in 2004 and brain cancer the year before his death. He recorded more than 75 albums and won three Grammy awards.

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