Live is a live album by Lou Rawls.
It was recorded and released in 1966.
Lou Rawls Live
(They Call It) Stormy Monday – 3:21
Southside Blues/Tobacco Road – 7:56
St. James Infirmary – 4:34
The Shadow Of Your Smile – 4:18
I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water – 2:53
Goin’ To Chicago Blues – 3:08
In The Evening When The Sun Goes Down – 6:48
The Girl From Ipanema – 4:55
I Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good) – 3:14
Street Corner Hustler Blues/World Of Trouble – 8:06
This album is very classy as Lou Rawls sings with a soulful, bluesy voice but he’s backed by a jazz band.
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Buying Lou Rawls Live
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The Best Live Albums Ever
Is this light jazz or is it soul? I thought it was probably both so it is included in two polls to find the best soul live albums and the best lounge live albums (that’s my term for light jazz and easy listening).
My aim is to help you to find the best live albums through readers polls, my own reviews and from bringing in Amazon reviews.
You can see the complete list of readers polls at Live Album Polls.
What Else Was Happening In This Year?
Click on the links to see what other live albums were recorded in 1966.