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Editors’ Notes

Etta James began her career as a gritty R&B spitfire, but on 1960’s At Last!, she emerged as something more. Backed by elegant orchestrations, she tackles jazz/pop standards like “Stormy Weather” and “A Sunday Kind of Love”, walking into a whole new world and immediately taking command of it. Crooning or belting as the moment demands, she shows herself to be one of the great American vocalists, regardless of genre. And the number of couples who’ve danced to the title track at their weddings simply cannot be computed.

Customer Reviews

Best of Etta

Well, you like it or not, and I like it. It was a hit at the time, and it's one of the classics.

Powerful and Gutsy

Terrific album...perfect voice to suit the genre of blues and jazz. Sit back, let the lady sing, and thoroughly enjoy. Great music by a fantastic singer.

Real Deal Soul

This is REAL SOUL R&B great collection by the singer all top singers get inspiration from if you like plastic music dont listen to this.


Born: 25 January 1938 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few female R&B stars enjoyed the kind of consistent acclaim Etta James received throughout a career that spanned six decades; the celebrated producer Jerry Wexler once called her "the greatest of all modern blues singers," and she recorded a number of enduring hits, including "At Last," "Tell Mama," "I'd Rather Go Blind," and "All I Could Do Was Cry." At the same time, despite possessing one of the most powerful voices in music, James only belatedly gained the attention of the mainstream audience,...
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