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Lou Rawls - Too Much! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Label: Capitol Records - SMK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Test Pressing, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul Lou Rawls - Too Much! (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. Format: Vinyl Record LP, Capitol Records. USA release from Soul music LP release from Lou Rawls. Classic Soul Funk music LP. Mono issue. A United States vinyl pressing, hard .
  3. Vinyl = VG+ Cover = VG+. VG- = heavy wear on record and cover. May have scotch taped seams. EX or VG++ = minor scuffs which are only slightly visible. There may be .
  4. It's good to have a mega hit but like Tony Bennett with "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," Lou Rawls has been too firmly associated with "You're Gonna Miss My Loving." Yes, it's a great Philly Soul number, but Chicago's own Lou Rawls has done much in a long, illustrious career.
  5. Label: Capitol Records - T ,Capitol Records - T • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono Los Angeles Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul Lou Rawls - Too Much!4/5(1).
  6. A killer – and one of our favorite Philly International albums ever! This is the album that broke Lou Rawls back into the mainstream for the smooth 70s – retuning his incredible voice with waves of soul and strings in the Gamble & Huff tradition – and giving him a whole new voice than on his Capitol recordings! The album will forever be remembered for the seminal single "You'll Never.
  7. I'm white as can be, but I know good music. I bought the mono vinyl of this in as 17 year old. I was on a live vinyl binge. This album has always been very dear to me. I always thought it the album is in the top 10 "live" albums of all time. When I put the CD in and heard it in stereo for the first time, I got goose bumps. So clear and /5(91).
  8. This was one of three albums he released in , all of which made the pop Top 40 albums chart. It was superbly produced and arranged by David Axelrod, with Rawls being bluesy, soulful, anguished, triumphant, and resigned. He displayed both a variety of moods and a vocal mastery at its peak. Unfortunately, this has also been deleted.

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