Easy Street Records

Three CD set. O'Jays road manager, Don King prison chauffeur, window washer, house painter, Ink Spot, Domino, producer, engineer, label owner, guitorgan technician, and one-time steward of a coveted Jet Magazine delivery route, Lou Ragland is Cleveland's Eastside success story. Though suffocated by Lake Erie's nitrate rich waters and the burning oil from a Cuyahoga River fire, between 1967-1977 Lou Ragland produced the most thoughtful, hopeful, and downright soulful work to come out of the Forest City. Bookended by his dynamic albums Hot Chocolate and Understand Each Other, I Travel Alone gathers period singles, collaborations, and an unreleased live album cut in 1973, revealing a Cleveland genius in a musical microcosm of fearless and confident creation.
Three CD set. O'Jays road manager, Don King prison chauffeur, window washer, house painter, Ink Spot, Domino, producer, engineer, label owner, guitorgan technician, and one-time steward of a coveted Jet Magazine delivery route, Lou Ragland is Cleveland's Eastside success story. Though suffocated by Lake Erie's nitrate rich waters and the burning oil from a Cuyahoga River fire, between 1967-1977 Lou Ragland produced the most thoughtful, hopeful, and downright soulful work to come out of the Forest City. Bookended by his dynamic albums Hot Chocolate and Understand Each Other, I Travel Alone gathers period singles, collaborations, and an unreleased live album cut in 1973, revealing a Cleveland genius in a musical microcosm of fearless and confident creation.
825764104227

Details

Format: CD
Label: NUMR
Catalog: 42
Rel. Date: 03/26/2012
UPC: 825764104227

I Travel Alone
Artist: Lou Ragland
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $29.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Travel Alone
2. Big Wheel
3. Red Robin
4. I've Got Something Going for Me
5. Good for the Gander
6. We Had True Love [45 Version]
7. Ain't That a Groove
8. So Dam Funky
9. Sexy Moods of Your Mind 1
10. Messin with Sly 1
11. We Had True Love 1
12. What You Want to Do 1
13. What Should I Do 1
14. I Can't Take It 1
15. What the Doctor Prescribed 1
16. Since You Said You'd Be Mine 1
17. Didn't Mean to Leave You 1
18. Tend to Your Business 1
19. Understand Each Other 2
20. What Happened to the Feeling 2
21. Since You Said You'd Be Mine 2
22. Just for Being You (Lovin You) 2
23. What Should I Do? 2
24. It's Got to Change 2
25. The Next World 2
26. Understand Each Other [Instrumental] 2
27. The World Is a Ghetto [Live] 2
28. Could It Be I'm Falling in Love [Live] 2
29. Understand Each Other [Live] 3
30. It Ain't My Fault [Live] 3
31. Until I Met You [Live] 3
32. Spend My Life Loving You [Live] 3
33. Brother Louie [Live] 3
34. Good for the Gander [Live]

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Three CD set. O'Jays road manager, Don King prison chauffeur, window washer, house painter, Ink Spot, Domino, producer, engineer, label owner, guitorgan technician, and one-time steward of a coveted Jet Magazine delivery route, Lou Ragland is Cleveland's Eastside success story. Though suffocated by Lake Erie's nitrate rich waters and the burning oil from a Cuyahoga River fire, between 1967-1977 Lou Ragland produced the most thoughtful, hopeful, and downright soulful work to come out of the Forest City. Bookended by his dynamic albums Hot Chocolate and Understand Each Other, I Travel Alone gathers period singles, collaborations, and an unreleased live album cut in 1973, revealing a Cleveland genius in a musical microcosm of fearless and confident creation.
        
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