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Alain Toussaint died today in Spain. He was one of the New Orleans Music scene's royalty.
Many popular music pieces of the latter 20th century were his, though made popular by other artists.
He wrote for Ernie-K-Doe, the Neville Brothers, Irma Thomas, and others.
"Ruler of my Heart" was recorded by Irma Thomas, and later re-released and "Pain in My Heart" by Otis Reading.
One of my favorite album:
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I like the album you posted. Not to much into R&B, but that is my misfortune.
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Going nuts trying to find this guy, couldn't on Google, then remembered his name on my own feeble mind. Alvin, not Alain. Poussaint, not Toussaint!!!!!!!!!!