Roy Roberts & Johnny Rawls | Partners And Friends

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Partners And Friends

by Roy Roberts & Johnny Rawls

Soulful blues
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Don\'t Let This Love Slip Away
4:07 album only
2. How Long
3:56 album only
3. You Are The One For Me
4:01 album only
4. Country Boy
4:16 album only
5. Reach Out
3:54 album only
6. Can\'t You See
3:55 album only
7. What\'s Been Going On
4:19 album only
8. Shaggin Down In Carolina
4:07 album only
9. Making A Fool Of Me
3:06 album only
10. Let\'s Go To The Beach
4:39 album only


Album Notes
Both Roy Roberts & Johnny Rawls are well-respected artists/producers/songwriters/guitarists/label owners- and obviously they are friends who wanted to record a project together. Both are masters of retro-soul blues, country soul, authentic R & B and deep southern soul.The new disc "Partners And Friends" serves up 10 earnest, goodtime songs that will delight fans of either. All cuts on "Partners And Friends" are co-writes between Rawls & Roberts except for track 10 which is Roberts alone. The main highlights: "Don't Let This Love Slip Away", "Reach Out" & "Can't You See" are midtempo horn-fueled soul heaven. "You're The One For Me" another classic deep south slow burner with one of Roberts' best vocals ever. The blues shuffle "How Long" has Roberts & Rawls trading verses brilliantly. The Carolina "beach music" scene gets two new prospects with "Shaggin' Down In Carolina" & "Let's Go To The Beach". This is a no-brainer purchase for fans of this genre! Blues Critic Review



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