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Street Corner Hustlers Blues (Monologue) - Lou Rawls - Live! (Vinyl, LP)


  1. LOU RAWLS / “Street Corner Hustler’s Blues, World of Trouble” Jazz for folk not too heavy into jazz. Jazz for having a good time. In its own singular way, deep but always swinging, deeply swinging. Humorous, albeit hip. Observations from an insider shared with those who may or may not have witnessed such sights.
  2. Street Corner Hustler’s Blues (Monologue), World Of Trouble. Riding high on the success of his mid-'70s soul and R&B dates, Philadelphia International issued this live recording featuring Rawls doing the straight blues, jazzy ballads, and pre-rock standards he normally reserved for clubs and concerts.
  3. Unlike Lou Rawls - Live!, the lettering on labels' rim extends from about to Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): STI H10 #1 /5(2).
  4. Buy Mp3 Music Online / Lou Rawls / Best Of Lou Rawls. Lou Rawls — Best Of Lou Rawls. $ Discount: 20%; Release date: ; Let Me Be Good To You / Lou Rawls Live. A Man Of Value (MGM LP) Now Is The Time Love Songs Ballads Street Corner Hustlers Blues M: $ 7: World Of Trouble: $ 8.
  5. Lou Rawls - Street Corner Hustler Blues (Live) [Monologue] Lyrics. We'd like to sorta change things up just a little bit for ya here. Now here's a song - It's about a young man - that is, uh, widely known, t.
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  7. Apr 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lou Rawls - Memory Lane / It Was a Very Good Year / Old Folks (Medley with Monologue) YouTube Southside Blues/Tobacco Road-Lou Rawls - Duration: Dustyologist.
  8. ("Stormy Monday Blues" is a workout; "Street Corner Hustler's Blues" leads off with a high-speed, funny monologue that reminds me that Walgreens drugstores have been around a long long time.) Disc 2 includes all of Lou's Hot hits for Capitol except for his first, "Three o' Clock in the Morning", which the notes dismiss as "saccharine" and /5(19).

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