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The Best of Lou Rawls - The Capitol Jazz & Blues Sessions

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Lou Rawls

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

Motherless Child; God Bless The Child; Nobody But Me; Blues For The Weepers; Goin' To Chicago Blues; How Long, How Long Blues; Southside Blues; Tobacco Road; Somthing Stirring In My Soul; Georgia On My Mind; So Hard To Laugh, So Easy To Cry; Old Folks; Somebody Have Mercy; Why (Do I Love You So); Street of Dreams; I Wonder; Let's Burn Down The Cornfield; One For My Baby, One For The Road; Mean Old World; Long Gone Blues; Fine And Mellow.

Personnel

Lou Rawls
Lou Rawls

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Lou Rawls: vocals.


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