The album was released on Argo Records infeaturing the singles James had released during the year. Etta James Etta James passed away. The Dreamer The Dreamer is the twenty-ninth and final studio album …. It was released on November 8, as her final album because of her battle with leukaemia at the time and released more than two months before her death. The album received mostly positive reviews from critics.
The album was released on Cadet Records in and was produced by Leonard Chess. Call My Name was the second of a series of albums James would release that mainly consisted on Soul music. It has been available as a CD volume since when reissued with additional tracks by Kent records Tough Woman: The Early Recordings released. Who's Blue? Rare Chess Recordings of t… "Who's Blue?
Rare Chess …. Rare Chess Recordings of the 60s and 70s" is a compilation album by Etta James. Smithsonian Channel's Sound Revolution is a documentary television series hosted by award-winning actor Morgan Freeman.
Each hour-long program is filled with recent performances, largely from the Montreux Jazz Festival, featuring performances by: B. The show premiered November on Smithsonian Networks. Forever Gold Forever Gold released.
Gold Gold is a compilation album of 36 songs from Etta James. Gold is a compilation album of 36 songs from Etta James. Unlike many collections, this two-disc album presents an overview of her work over five decades, rather than presenting a more in-depth look at the singer's heyday. All the Way All the Way is the twenty-eighth studio album recorded by …. Two years after she released Blues to the Bone, James went to the recording studio in with a set of songs that share little association with her career.
This two-disc album presents all the recordings made by James prior to her signing with Chess Records. Several compilation albums of this material were released on the Crown label in the early s under the titles Miss Etta James, The Best of Etta James and Twist with Etta James but this release represents the complete collection of James' recordings for the labels including several alternate takes.
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Blues to the Bone Blues to the Bone is the twenty-seventh studio album by Etta …. Blues to the Bone is the twenty-seventh studio album by Etta James. The album contains a selection of twelve blues standards which are among her favourites.
It won …. Let's Roll is the twenty-sixth studio album by Etta James. Etta James, and her long time backing band The Roots Band, showcases her ability to take on any genre and conquer it. Burnin' Down the House: Live at the House of Blues is the third live album by Etta James and her twenty-eighth album overall, released in The album reached a peak position of number one on Billboard's Top Blues Albums chart.
Blue Gardenia is the twenty-fifth studio album by Etta James, released through Album) record label Private Music. It was produced by John Snyder, who had worked with James on five of her previous studio albums. Blue Gardenia contains thirteen jazz standards from the s, s and s. All of the standards were arranged by pianist Cedar Walton, with the exception of "Love Letters", which was arranged by Josh Sklair.
Between November and FebruarySnyder and Walton assembled musicians to record tracks while James was recovering from a flu; her vocals were added following her recovery. In addition to Walton, artists Id Rather Go Blind (Live) - Etta James - Playlist: The Very Best of Etta James (CD on the album included Red Holloway on tenor saxophone and Dorothy Hawkins, James' mother, who provided vocals on the title track.
Hawkins died in Mayless than a year after the album's release. Matriarch of the Blues Matriarch of the Blues is the …. Matriarch of the Blues is the twenty-fourth studio album by Etta James, released in December through the record label Private Music. The album's title reflects James' nickname as "matriarch of the blues". Marking James' return to blues following attempts at country music and jazz and pop standards, the album consists primarily of rhythm and blues covers.
James' sons, Donto and Sametto, are credited as engineers, Id Rather Go Blind (Live) - Etta James - Playlist: The Very Best of Etta James (CD, and producers, among other contributions; the album features Mike Finnigan on the Hammond organ, Id Rather Go Blind (Live) - Etta James - Playlist: The Very Best of Etta James (CD, guitarist Leo Nocentelli, and performances on multiple instruments by Jimmy Zavala. Platinum Series Platinum Series released.
Heart of a Woman Heart of a Woman is the Id Rather Go Blind (Live) - Etta James - Playlist: The Very Best of Etta James (CD studio album by Etta …. The Album) consists of eleven love songs from her favorite female singers as well as a recording of her most popular song, "At Last". James' two sons Donto and Sametto served as assistant producers. Critical reception of Heart of a Woman was mixed.
The album peaked at number four on the Top Blues Albums chart of Billboard magazine. The album, produced by John Snyder, features standards arranged mostly by pianist Cedar Walton and solos by Walton, George Bohanon on trombone and Red Holloway on tenor saxophone. Critical reception of the album was positive overall. RIFF-it good. Add Comment. At Last 3. At Last live 4. Hound Dog 6. I'd Rather Go Blind 7. I'd Rather Go Blind live 8. Something's Got a Hold on Me Spoonful Cheeeek that out dude.
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Hound dog () --I'd rather go blind (live) () --If I had any pride left at all () --Somebody to love () --I've been lovin' you too long () --Don't let the sun catch you crying () --Spoonful () --Cry me a river () --Stop on by () --Come rain or come shine () --A change is gonna do me good () --The blues. Etta James: ‘Tell Mama’/’I’d Rather Go Blind’ Etta hadn’t had a big hit in four years when Leonard Chess, looking for a deeper soul sound for the singer, booked her into Muscle Shoals. Id Rather Go Blind: I´d Rather Go Blind: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot: The Very Best Of Etta James - The Chess Singles (Box Set) Sweetest Peaches, Pt. 2. Playlist: The Very Best of Etta James. Easy Listening. Greatest Romantic Female Vocal Ballads. Moody Blues. At Last - The Best Of. Mar 31, · Buyer beware: this is not nearly "the very best of Etta James"; the title of this addition to Sony Legacy's Playlist series is wildly misleading. James cut her best sides for Chess; that is the critical as well as the commercial view. In the late '90s and early part of the 21st century, she made a series of recordings for the Private Music and RCA imprints, and that's . The album won James her first Grammy Award, for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Female, in In , her autobiography, A Rage to Survive, co-written with David Ritz, was published. Also in , she recorded the album Time After Time. A Christmas album, Etta James Christmas, was released in This is classic Etta James with such songs as At Last, If I Can't Have You and Stormy Weather. I love the "Best of" CD's like this one because every song is a gem and this is no exception. Her voice is powerful and raw and will reach right into your soul/5(). Apr 19, - Explore Sharon Amorosa's board "ETTA JAMES", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Singer, Musician, Blues pins. Etta James sang blues, jazz, country, gospel and pop hits beginning in the early s, from her suggestive dancehall favorites to her signature ballad "At Last." She grew up in Los Angeles and San Francisco and began singing professionally when she was just a teen. Etta James recorded a variety of songs during the s and kept her name on the charts with hits like "I'd Rather Go Blind. Jan 24, · On Friday we lost a legend when Etta James passed away at the age of 73 after a two-year battle with leukemia. Today we pay tribute to her with a look at her 10 best tracks. Product Description. Her Best - The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection by Etta James frasvesivimetse.skodarligeburmantpovazmirapabe.co Whether she sings string-laden pop ballads, lively soul, or gritty electric blues, James's high-powered, enormously expressive voice /5().
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