Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Second Listen: "Dead End Street" (Lou Rawls)

Back in 1967 Lou Rawls released the soulful "Dead End Street," which would go on to peak at #29 on the Billboard Hot 100. Though most people have either forgotten about this gem or never heard about it before, it would later go onto win Rawls his first Grammy in 1968 for Best R&B Male Vocal Performance.

With that said, take a first or second listen below to the smooth and soulful "Dead End Street" as we continue to remember the legacy of Lou Rawls.

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