RAWLS, LOU - STORMY MONDAY

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Label: HALLMARK

Release date: 14/01/2013

Barcode: 5050457129521

Catalog no.: PW0712952

Item ID: 382129

FRIENDLY PRICED CD REISSUE. Lou Rawls' early '60s LP 'Stormy Monday' has survived the passage of time extremely well, being as delightful a jazz album now as it was then. It also remains Lou's definitive jazz album, released before he'd turn his attention towards R&B and soul..

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