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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Lou Rawls' soulful voice and romantic style are well featured on this sampler CD, which draws its music from three of his Blue Note albums from 1989-92. The bluesy ballads find Rawls in fine form, and there are brief contributions from tenors Stanley Turrentine, David "Fathead" Newman and Joe Lovano, altoist Hank Crawford, and during a memorable "At Last" fellow singer Dianne Reeves. Rawls' true fans will want the complete CDs, but this is an okay sampler of his later work. Other highlights include "I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone," "Good Morning Blues," "This Bitter Earth" and "Oh What a Nite."
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Lou Rawls' soulful voice and romantic style are well featured on this sampler CD, which draws its music from three of his Blue Note albums from 1989-92. The bluesy ballads find Rawls in fine form, and there are brief contributions from tenors Stanley Turrentine, David "Fathead" Newman and Joe Lovano, altoist Hank Crawford, and during a memorable "At Last" fellow singer Dianne Reeves. Rawls' true fans will want the complete CDs, but this is an okay sampler of his later work. Other highlights include "I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone," "Good Morning Blues," "This Bitter Earth" and "Oh What a Nite."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/1/1997
  • Label: Blue Note Records
  • UPC: 724385668920
  • Catalog Number: 56689

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Lou Rawls Primary Artist, Vocals
Bob Belden Synthesizer, Strings, Synthesizer Strings
Hank Crawford Alto Saxophone
Steve Khan Guitar
Joe Lovano Tenor Saxophone
Stanley Turrentine Tenor Saxophone
Eluriel Tinker Barfield Electric Bass
Cornell Dupree Guitar
Bobby Hutcherson Vibes
David "Fathead" Newman Tenor Saxophone
Chris Parker Drums
Dianne Reeves Vocals
Richard Tee Organ, Piano, Electric Piano
Steve Turre Trombone
Technical Credits
Count Basie Composer
Hank Crawford Horn Arrangements
Jimmy Rushing Composer
Bobby Watson Horn Arrangements
Michael Cuscuna Producer
Eddie Durham Composer
Ahmet Ertegun Composer
Benny Golson Horn Arrangements
Richard Tee Horn Arrangements
Billy Vera Producer
Peter Darmi Engineer
Harry Van Walls Composer
Patrick Roques Art Direction
George Matola Composer
Willie Truelove Liner Notes
John Marascalco Composer
Bobby Scott String Arrangements
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