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December 1, 1933 - January 6, 2006
Los Angeles, California
| Age 72
Lou Rawls, who earned fame with his glorious voice and respect through his prodigious fundraising for the United Negro College Fund, died Friday of cancer.
Rawls began as a gospel singer and spent nearly five decades working his soulful, velvet-voiced magic on classic tunes including "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine'' and "Lady Love.''
"His voice was so unique,'' said legendary producer Kenny Gamble, who with Leon Huff wrote "You'll Never Find.'' "The other thing was...
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