Etta James

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Genre: Pop Vocal
Artist/Group Name: Etta James
Release Date: 01/10/2006
Original Release Date: 2006
Length of CD: 72:28
Label: Legacy
# of Discs: 1
Total Time: 72:28

Disc 1
1. At Last
2. I've Been Loving You Too Long
3. There Is No Greater Love
4. He's Funny That Way
5. I'll Take Care of You
6. Come Rain or Come Shine
7. My Man
8. Try a Little Tenderness
9. Teach Me Tonight
10. Time After Time
11. I'll Be Seeing You
12. My Funny Valentine
13. Body and Soul
14. Man I Love, The
15. Night and Day

Release Notes

Personnel: Etta James (vocals); Etta James; Riley Hampton Orchestra (vocals); Josh Sklair (guitar, electric guitar, dobro); Leo Nocentelli (guitar, electric guitar); Bobby Murray (guitar); Don Potter (acoustic guitar); Dann Huff, Brent Rowan (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Eddie Harris (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Red Holloway (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Jimmy "Z" Zavala, Herman Riley (tenor saxophone); Ronnie Buttacavoli (trumpet, flugelhorn); Lee Thornburg (trumpet, valve trombone); George Bohannon, Kraig Kilby (trombone); Mike Haynes , Joe McGlohon, Jim Horn, Sam Levine , Chris McDonald (horns); Barry Beckett, Steve Nathan (keyboards); Donto Metto James, Ralph Penland (drums, percussion); Paul Humphrey , Paul Humphrey & the Cool Aid Chemists , Eddie Bayers (drums); Terry McMillan (percussion); Donna McElroy, John Wesley Ryles, Vicki Hampton, Louis Dean Nunley, Yvonne Hodges (background vocals); Cedar Walton (piano).
Audio Mixer: Jay Newland.
Liner Note Author: Dianne Spoto.
Recording information: Conway Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA (11/30/2000-02/27/2001); Fort Athens Studios, Riverside, CA (11/30/2000-02/27/2001); Ocean Way Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA (11/30/2000-02/27/2001).
Photographer: Kwaku Alston.
Arranger: Cedar Walton.
Not to be confused with MCA's 2001 collection of the same title, this 15-song RCA Victor set was released in 2006. Interestingly, the compilation focuses on James's contemporary recordings (as opposed to her more celebrated material from the 1960's) and leans heavily on her readings of old standbys from the Great American Songbook. James's blues- and gospel-drenched voice still sounds great, though, and she shows she's as capable of handling jazz gems like "Body and Soul" and "My Funny Valentine" as she is R&B faves like "Try A Little Tenderness."


Recording Type: n/a

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