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Etta James

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, appearing rarely on the pop charts despite scoring 30 R&B hits, and she lived a rough-and-tumble life that could have inspired a dozen soap operas, battling drug addiction and bad relationships while outrunning a variety of health and legal problems.

Etta James was born Jamesetta Hawkins in Los Angeles, California on January 25, 1938; her mother was just 14 years old at the time, and she never knew her father, though she would later say she had reason to believe he was the well-known pool hustler Minnesota Fats. James was raised by friends and relatives instead of her mother through most of her childhood, and it was while she was living with her grandparents that she began regularly attending a Baptist church. James' voice made her a natural for the choir, and despite her young age she became a soloist with the group, and appeared with them on local radio broadcasts. At the age of 12, after the death of her foster mother, James found herself living with her mother in San Francisco, and with little adult supervision, she began to slide into juvenile delinquency. But James' love of music was also growing stronger, and with a pair of friends she formed a singing group called the Creolettes. The girls attracted the attention of famed bandleader Johnny Otis, and when he heard their song "Roll with Me Henry" -- a racy answer song to Hank Ballard's infamous "Work with Me Annie" -- he arranged for them to sign with Modern Records, and the Creolettes cut the tune under the name the Peaches (the new handle coming from Etta's longtime nickname). "Roll with Me Henry," renamed "The Wallflower," became a hit in 1955, though Georgia Gibbs would score a bigger success with her cover version, much to Etta's dismay. After charting with a second R&B hit, "Good Rockin' Daddy," the Peaches broke up and James stepped out on her own.

James' solo career was a slow starter, and she spent several years cutting low-selling singles for Modern and touring small clubs until 1960, when Leonard Chess signed her to a new record deal. James would record for Chess Records and its subsidiary labels Argo and Checker into the late '70s and, working with producers Ralph Bass and Harvey Fuqua, she embraced a style that fused the passion of R&B with the polish of jazz, and scored a number of hits for the label, including "All I Could Do Was Cry," "My Dearest Darling," and "Trust in Me." While James was enjoying a career resurgence, her personal life was not faring as well; she began experimenting with drugs as a teenager, and by the time she was 21 she was a heroin addict, and as the '60s wore on she found it increasingly difficult to balance her habit with her career, especially as she clashed with her producers at Chess, fought to be paid her royalties, and dealt with a number of abusive romantic relationships. James' career went into a slump in the mid-'60s, but in 1967 she began recording with producer Rick Hall at FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and, adopting a tougher, grittier style, she bounced back onto the R&B charts with the tunes "Tell Mama" and "I'd Rather Go Blind."

In the early '70s, James had fallen off the charts again, her addiction was raging, and she turned to petty crime to support her habit. She entered rehab on a court order in 1973, the same year she recorded a rock-oriented album, Only a Fool, with producer Gabriel Mekler. Through most of the '70s, a sober James got by touring small clubs and playing occasional blues festivals, and she recorded for Chess with limited success, despite the high quality of her work. In 1978, longtime fans the Rolling Stones paid homage to James by inviting her to open some shows for them on tour, and she signed with Warner Bros., cutting the album Deep in the Night with producer Jerry Wexler. While the album didn't sell well, it received enthusiastic reviews and reminded serious blues and R&B fans that James was still a force to be reckoned with. By her own account, James fell back into drug addiction after becoming involved with a man with a habit, and she went back to playing club dates when and where she could until she kicked again thanks to a stay at the Betty Ford Center in 1988. That same year, James signed with Island Records and cut a powerful comeback album, Seven Year Itch, produced by Barry Beckett of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. The album sold respectably and James was determined to keep her career on track, playing frequent live shows and recording regularly, issuing Stickin' to My Guns in 1990 and The Right Time in 1992.

In 1994, a year after she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, James signed to the Private Music label, and recorded Mystery Lady: Songs of Billie Holiday, a tribute to the great vocalist she had long cited as a key influence; the album earned Etta her first Grammy Award. The relationship with Private Music proved simpatico, and between 1995 and 2003 James cut eight albums for the label, while also maintaining a busy touring schedule. In 2003, James published an autobiography, Rage to Survive: The Etta James Story, and in 2008 she was played onscreen by modern R&B diva Beyoncé Knowles in Cadillac Records, a film loosely based on the history of Chess Records. Knowles recorded a faithful cover of "At Last" for the film's soundtrack, and later performed the song at Barack Obama's 2009 inaugural ball; several days later, James made headlines when during a concert she said "I can't stand Beyoncé, she had no business up there singing my song that I've been singing forever." (Later the same week, James told The New York Times that the statement was meant to be a joke -- "I didn't really mean anything...even as a little child, I've always had that comedian kind of attitude" -- but she was saddened that she hadn't been invited to perform the song.)

In 2010, James was hospitalized with MRSA-related infections, and it was revealed that she had received treatment for dependence on painkillers and was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, which her son claimed was the likely cause of her outbursts regarding Knowles. James released The Dreamer, for Verve Forecast in 2011. She claimed it was her final album of new material. Etta James was diagnosed with terminal leukemia later that year, and died on January 20, 2012 in Riverside, California at the age of 73. ~ Mark Deming
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Complete Private Music Blues, Rock 'N' Soul Albums Collection

Disc 1

1. The Rock

2. Cry Like A Rainy Day

3. Love's Been Rough On Me

4. Love It Or Leave It Alone

5. Don't Touch Me

7. If I Had Any Pride Left At All

8. I Can Give You Everything

9. I've Been Lovin' You Too Long

10. Done In The Dark

Disc 2

1. Born Under A Bad Sign

2. I Want To Ta-Ta You Baby

3. Here I Am (Come And Take Me)

4. Running Out Of Lies

5. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)

6. Spoonful

7. Life, Love & The Blues

8. Hoochie Coochie Gal

9. Cheating In The Next Room

10. If You Want Me To Stay

11. The Love You Save (May Be Your Own)

12. I'll Take Care Of You

Disc 3

1. Gotta Serve Somebody

2. Don't Let My Baby Ride

3. Rhymes

4. Try A Little Tenderness

5. Miss You

6. Hawg For Ya

7. You're Gonna Make Me Cry

8. Walking The Back Streets

9. Let's Straighten It Out

10. Born On The Bayou

11. Come Back Baby

12. Hound Dog

Disc 4

2. Come To Mama

4. I'd Rather Go Blind

5. All The Way Down

7. You Can Leave Your Hat On

8. Something's Got A Hold On Me

9. Your Good Thing Is About To End

12. Sugar On The Floor

Disc 5

1. Somebody To Love

2. The Blues Is My Business

3. Leap Of Faith

4. Strongest Weakness

5. Wayward Saints Of Memphis

6. Lie No Better

7. Trust Yourself

8. A Change Is Gonna Do Me Good

9. Old Weakness

10. Stacked Deck

11. On The 7th Day

12. Please, No More

Disc 6

1. Got My Mojo Working

2. Don't Start Me To Talking

3. Hush Hush

4. Lil' Red Rooster

5. That's Alright

6. Crawlin' King Snake

7. Dust My Broom

8. The Sky Is Crying

10. You Shook Me

11. Driving Wheel

12. Honey, Don't Tear My Clothes

Disc 7
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Track List: Love's Been Rough On Me / Life, Love & The Blues

Disc 1

1. The Rock

2. Cry Like A Rainy Day

3. Love's Been Rough On Me

4. Love It Or Leave It Alone

5. Don't Touch Me

6. Hold Me (Just A Little Longer Tonight)

7. If I Had Any Pride Left At All

8. I Can Give You Everything

9. I've Been Lovin' You Too Long

10. Done In The Dark

Disc 2

1. Born Under A Bad Sign

2. I Want To Ta-Ta You Baby

3. Here I Am (Come And Take Me)

4. Running Out Of Lies

5. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)

6. Spoonful

7. Life, Love & The Blues

8. Hoochie Coochie Gal

9. Cheating In The Next Room

10. If You Want Me To Stay

11. The Love You Save (May Be Your Own)

12. I'll Take Care Of You

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Track List: The Dreamer

1. Groove Me

2. Champagne & Wine

3. Dreamer

4. Welcome To The Jungle

5. Misty Blue

6. Boondocks

7. Cigarettes & Coffee

8. In The Evening

9. Too Tired

10. That's The Chance You Take

11. Let Me Down Easy

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Track List: All The Way

1. All The Way

2. Stop On By

3. Strung Out

4. Somewhere

5. Holding Back The Years

6. Imagine

7. I Believe I Can Fly

8. It's A Man's Man's Man's World

9. Purple Rain

10. What's Going On

11. Calling You

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Track List: The Definitive Collection

2. Good Rockin' Daddy

3. W-O-M-A-N

4. All I Could Do Was Cry

5. If I Can't Have You

6. My Dearest Darling

7. At Last

8. Don't Cry Baby

9. A Sunday Kind Of Love

10. Trust In Me

11. Something's Got A Hold On Me

12. Stop The Wedding

13. Pushover

14. Tell Mama

15. I'd Rather Go Blind

16. Security

17. All The Way Down

18. Take It To The Limit

19. Damn Your Eyes

20. Whatever Gets You Through The Night

21. The Man I Love

23. The Sky Is Crying

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Track List: Blues To The Bone

1. Got My Mojo Working

2. Don't Start Me To Talking

3. Hush Hush

4. Lil' Red Rooster

5. That's Alright

6. Crawlin' King Snake

7. Dust My Broom

8. The Sky Is Crying

9. Smokestack Lightnin'

10. You Shook Me

11. Driving Wheel

12. Honey, Don't Tear My Clothes

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Track List: Let's Roll

1. Somebody To Love

2. The Blues Is My Business

3. Leap Of Faith

4. Strongest Weakness

5. Wayward Saints

6. Lie No Better

7. Trust Yourself

8. A Change Is Gonna Do Me Good

9. Old Weakness

10. Stacked Deck

11. On The 7th Day

12. Please No More

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Track List: Blue Gardenia

1. This Bitter Earth

2. He's Funny That Way

3. In My Solitude

4. There Is No Greater Love

5. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying

6. Love Letters

7. These Foolish Things

8. Come Rain Or Come Shine

9. Don't Worry 'Bout Me

10. Cry Me A River

11. Don't Blame Me

12. My Man

13. Blue Gardenia

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Track List: Tell Mama: The Complete Muscle Shoals Sessions

1. Tell Mama

2. I'd Rather Go Blind

3. Watch Dog

4. The Love Of My Man

5. I'm Gonna Take What He's Got

6. The Same Rope

7. Security

8. Steal Away

9. My Mother In Law

10. Don't Lose Your Good Thing

11. It Hurts Me So Much

12. Just A Little Bit

13. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man

14. You Took It

15. I Worship The Ground You Walk On

16. I Got You Babe

17. You Got It

18. I've Gone Too Far

19. Misty

20. Almost Persuaded

21. Fire

22. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (Alternate)

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Track List: Etta James Love Songs

1. At Last

2. A Sunday Kind Of Love

3. My Dearest Darling

4. Trust In Me

5. If I Can't Have You

6. How Do You Speak To An Angel?

7. Someone To Watch Over Me

8. Again

9. I Want To Be Loved (But Only By You)

10. Lovin' Arms

11. Lovin' You More Every Day

12. The Love Of My Man

13. It Must Be Your Love

14. Never My Love

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Track List: The Chess Box

Disc 1

1. All I Could Do Was Cry

2. My Dearest Darling

3. If I Can't Have You

4. I Just Want To Make Love To You

5. Anything To Say You're Mine

6. In My Diary

7. Spoonful

8. A Sunday Kind Of Love

9. At Last

10. Stormy Weather

11. Trust In Me

12. Don't Cry Baby

13. Fool That I Am

14. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)

15. Waiting For Charlie (To Come Home)

16. Don't Get Around Much Anymore

17. Next Door To The Blues

18. I Don't Want It

19. Something's Got A Hold On Me

20. Stop The Wedding

21. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)

22. You Got Me Where You Want Me

23. I Want To Be Loved (But Only By You)

24. Prisoner Of Love

25. Pushover

26. Be Honest With Me

Disc 2

1. Would It Make Any Difference To You

2. Look Who's Blue

3. Pay Back

4. Two Sides (To Every Story)

5. At Last (Live)

6. Baby What You Want Me To Do (Live)

7. Lovin' You More Every Day

8. I Wish Someone Would Care

9. Bobby Is His Name

10. Only Time Will Tell

11. (I Don't Need Nobody To Tell Me) How To Treat My Baby

12. In The Basement, Part 1

13. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can He Be?)

14. Do I Make Myself Clear

15. I Prefer You

16. It Must Be Your Love

17. 842-3089 (Call My Name)

18. I'd Rather Go Blind

19. Tell Mama

20. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man

21. Security

22. I Worship The Ground You Walk On

23. You Took It

24. Almost Persuaded

25. You Got It

26. Light My Fire

Disc 3

1. Slow And Easy

2. Soul Of A Man

3. Miss Pitiful

4. Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers

5. I Found A Love

6. W.O.M.A.N.

7. Never My Love

8. I Never Meant To Love Him

9. You Lost That Lovin' Feelin'

10. Sail Away

11. Down So Low

12. All The Way Down

13. God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)

14. Feelin' Uneasy

15. St. Louis Blues

16. Gonna Have Some Fun Tonight

17. Let's Burn Down The Cornfield

18. Sookie Sookie

19. Out On The Street Again

20. Lovin' Arms

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Track List: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Etta James

1. At Last

2. Something's Got A Hold On Me

3. All I Could Do Was Cry

4. Stop The Wedding

5. Pushover

6. Don't Cry Baby

7. Trust In Me

8. My Dearest Darling

9. Tell Mama

10. Almost Persuaded

11. I'd Rather Go Blind

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Track List: Her Best

1. At Last

2. All I Could Do Was Cry

3. If I Can't Have You

4. A Sunday Kind Of Love

5. My Dearest Darling

6. Something's Got A Hold On Me

7. Trust In Me

8. Next Door To The Blues

9. Don't Cry Baby

10. Fool That I Am

11. Two Sides To Every Story

12. Pushover

13. Stop The Wedding

14. In The Basement, Part One

15. Baby, What You Want Me To Do

16. I'd Rather Go Blind

17. Security

18. Loser's Weepers, Part One

19. All The Way Down

20. Tell Mama

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Track List: The Essential Etta James

Disc 1

1. All I Could Do Was Cry

2. My Dearest Darling

3. If I Can't Have You

4. A Sunday Kind Of Love

5. Anything To Say You're Mine

6. At Last

7. Seven Day Fool

8. Trust In Me

9. Don't Cry Baby

10. Fool That I Am

11. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)

12. Waiting For Charlie (To Come Home)

13. Something's Got A Hold On Me

14. Next Door To The Blues

15. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)

16. Stop The Wedding

17. Prisoner Of Love

18. Pushover

19. Would It Make Any Difference To You

20. Pay Back

21. Two Sides To Every Story

22. Baby What You Want Me To Do

Disc 2

1. In The Basement, Part One

2. Loving You More Every Day

3. Do I Make Myself Clear

4. I Prefer You

5. It Must Be Your Love

6. 842-3089 (Call My Name)

7. I'd Rather Go Blind

8. Tell Mama

9. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man

10. Security

11. Almost Persuaded

12. You Got It

13. Miss Pitiful

14. Losers Weepers, Part One

15. W.O.M.A.N.

16. I Never Meant To Love Him

17. You Can Leave Your Hat On

18. God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)

19. All The Way Down

20. Lovin' Arms

21. Feeling Uneasy

22. Let's Burn Down The Cornfield

x

Track List: At Last

1. Anything to Say You're Mine

2. My Dearest Darling

3. Trust in Me

6. I Just Want to Make Love to You

7. At Last

8. All I Can Do Is Cry

9. Stormy Weather

12. Spoonful

14. If I Can't Have You

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belit76
A talent sorely missed these days.
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arrowdave6
I am the illegitimate son of Etta James that she never knew about.
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Don't stop this is freaky! But if you read this and ignore it you will get bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen. This is creepy because it actually works
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Brilliant
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AT LAST ETTA JAMES
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The lady says it as it is.
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Love me some Etta James, no one sings At Last like her, may be immitated but never perfected like Etta.
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....
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Whewwww hope it Stands Like me
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I love me some rice Charles
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lindaojo
I liked at last
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A singer like Etta James comes along once in a lifetime...o n e of the greatest singers ever!
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King Sized Papa
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felmachris
Fabulous and captivating voice. When she sings the blues, you can feel it in your bones.
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Etta James forever
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dragonlady60 8 8
I LOVE THIS SONG AND ETTA YOU ARE THE GREATEST
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tiger_loco
At last...
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Sambo the same time of Yeshua mean the same Jesus
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She deserved more than she got!! What a voice!!!
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Soulful Miss James the voice
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Sweet early sound!!!
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. Now you've started reading this don't stop this is so freaky. But if you read this and ignore it then you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 mins. When you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually works
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Sweet - Miss James
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mima1323
Play "Fool That I Am"
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figueroajune
Ff
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Love it
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Ageless
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She was one bad mamajama
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Classic and powerful soul
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Etta was awesome
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Absolutely out of sight...what a voice WOW!
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She's dead stupid people
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One of a kind
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Gold
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I would one day love to dance to "A Sunday Kind of Love" with someone special just him and I :,)
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bseider65
I would like "Since I fell for you" and other songs by Lenny Welch to be added to Lenny Welch radio. THANK YOU!!!
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Less Try It over again Don't Cry! Less Be Sweethearts again ...Don't Cry ....yes indeed
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Alright now!!
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ellen.kole24 3
Etta James was right! She was the only one who should have sung At Last at the White House/
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cajunmom39
What a beautiful and powerful voice . Thank you Miss Etta James ,for making my husband get up and dance with me. Love you
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What powerful singing...wh a t depth, what feeling...WO W !
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tmeek89
David, she sang the music of what I called belly-rubbin g songs. Dancing all night long with your loved one and so easy to move to!!!
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Have you ever slow danced in your lovers arm and melted away?
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THRU. CADALLIC RECORD'S
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stop by:
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50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s~
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She is one Beautiful... Lady.... Her music is the best... Wish there were more Beautiful woman like Etta James... 100% 24/7..
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So, so classy... bless her beautiful soul.
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Don't know why u can't see mine
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Blows you away. Love the way she sings
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You blow adele and beyonce out of the water, i beleive you were speaking JESUS'S teachings thtough your songs! What a gift to the world!
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