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You are missing the point people....

I'm really sick of everyone using your fandom of the original to berate the artists portraying them. Anyone that's a real singer or entertainer has people that they admire and people that have inspired them to do what they are doing. Any artist that has had a long and fabled career will in fact say that imitation is the highest form of flattery. Mos Def is a hip hop star portraying Chuch Berry....that's something to be celebrated not trashed by all you people. Beyonce is at the top of the R&B world, but she's interpreting old school blues. The purpose is not for these people to BE the original, it's for them to interpret the original in their own way while attempting to maintain the essence of the song. It's preposterous for you to say that just because Beyonce does pop and rnb that she shouldn't be doing 1960's blues. In fact that reeks of ignorance. Same thing for Mos Def doing Chuch Berry. The fact that today's stars can have an appreciation for songs 4 or 5 decades before their time and success speaks volumes about what all true musicians understand....that being that your choice of music for your profession has nothing to do with your love of music in general. Plenty of hard core rockers unbeknownst to a lot of people have an appreciation for jazz and can actually play it although that would on the surface seem to be an oxymoron. It just goes to show you that music is universal and there is nothing wrong with any artist flattering the artist they're portraying by interpreting one of their hits from long ago and possibly making it a hit today. That's called bridging the gap and like it or not, teenagers that may have never heard of Etta James before, will now just because they know Beyonce and that's a wonderful thing! It's poetic justice for a fantastic singer such as the incomparable Etta James! This generation should know her music and now they will. You don't have to like Beyonce's interpretation, which is your right, but if you truly love music, at least give kudos for a talented singer like Beyonce taking on a challenge like this and bringing the past to the present. And like someone else said, if Etta James herself compliments Beyonce on her performance and portrayal, what does anyone else have to say about it? I'm sure that's the only compliment Beyonce herself would be looking for anyway. Think about that.

Old becomes new again

All of these artists pay their respects to those greats who came before them and gave birth to Rock and Roll. The performances here do the originals justice and capture the true spirit of the songs as originally intended. A great collection of classics remade by the cast of the movie that is already be called one of the seasons best before it even premiers this weekend. MUST have: At Last and All I Could Do Was Cry. Each is one of Beyonces most emotional performances to date.

I'd Rather Go Blind!

Beyonce's rendition of I'd Rather Go Blind is simply AWESOME! —I broke into tears after seeing her sing it in a scene from the movie. This album is surprisingly much better than I exprected. The album is a must have for you newbies and everyone interested in the history of The Blues and Rock N Roll should see the film. FABULOUS!

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Cadillac Records (Music from the Motion Picture) [Deluxe Version]
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  • $15.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Nov 28, 2008

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