Lou Rawls

Let Me Be Good to You

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An above-average album that did much better than anyone thought it would at the time. The title track just missed the R&B Top Ten, and the album almost made the pop Top 40, although it wasn't on the charts for a long time. Rawls was still singing in a confident, relaxed, earnest, convincing fashion, and the Gamble & Huff production team continued to keep his voice at the forefront and give him miminal arranging support.

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