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At Last Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 23 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00000JNNY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #688 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Anything To Say You're Mine
2. My Dearest Darling
3. Trust In Me
4. A Sunday Kind Of Love
5. Tough Mary
6. I Just Want To Make Love To You
7. At Last
8. All I Could Do Is Cry
9. Stormy Weather
10. Girl Of My Dreams (Rendered As 'Boy Of My Dreams)
11. My Heart Cries
12. Spoonful
13. It's A Crying Shame
14. If I Can't Have You

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Her 1968 Chess debut, expanded and improved! Etta's highest-charting album, At Last! includes the hits All I Could Do Was Cry; My Dearest Darling; Trust in Me , and the #2 R&B hit title track. This reissue adds four bonus cuts!

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The R&B queen's classic collection is augmented this time around by a long-overdue digital remastering, plus a few bonus tracks, presumably for those who found the original album a little on the brief side. In addition to James's well-known hits, including "I Just Want to Make Love to You" and "Stormy Weather," there are four additional songs: "My Heart Cries," "Spoonful," "It's a Crying Shame," and "If I Can't Have You." Although one might cynically suggest that these were added to give Etta fans something to purchase besides The Essential Etta James, it's definitely true that these tracks are worth hearing. --Genevieve Williams


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Mathena on May 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
Few voices in R&B History rival that of the lovely Etta James. The Blues Legend shares her devine gift of a voice with millions who appreciate her wonderful music. The heartfelt "At Last" is the definitive wedding song. The rendition of "Stormy Weather" rivals the Lena Horne version, and "A Sunday Kind of Love" proves that Etta James is American Blues Royalty. When you listen to a heartbroken Etta James declaring "All I Could Do Was Cry", you feel the pain of a hurt teenager.
"Miss Peaches" is one of the great R&B/Jazz singers of our time. This CD covers 14 of her best loved songs. It is a treasured part of my music collection, and I can highly recommend it!*****
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Katayama on Feb. 16 2004
Format: Audio CD
My goodness. Etta is a goddess! Her voice sounds like an angel straight from heaven. Although Etta's voice is raw and powerful, it has a beauty to it that is completely unique to her. Not to mention, how can you forget the classic songs on this album, like "At Last" and "Sunday Kind of Love". You must check out this album. Etta's voice is like no other!
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I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE RECORDINGS THAT ETTA JAMES DID BACK IN 1959. WAIT TIL YOU HEAR "AT LAST", "TIME WILL TELL", "MY DEAREST DARLING" ETC. SHE EVEN SINGS WITH HARVEY OF "THE MOONGLOWS" IN "MY HEART CRIES" AND "IF I CAN'T HAVE YOU". THIS IS REAL CLASSIC STUFF. R& B WAS NEVER BETTER!WHETHER IT BE A LOVE BALAD TO A ROCKIN "JIM DANDY" OR "ROLL WITH ME. HENRY" ETTA JAMES IS THE DEFINITE QUEEN DIVA!THIS WAS WAY BEFORE ARETHA FRANKLIN. SHE WAS A COMBINATION OF DINAH WASHINGTON AND DO WOPP.SHE WAS THE FEMALE JAMES BROWN, BACK WHEN HE SANG "TRY ME". THIS GAL WAS WAY TOO UNDERRATED.SHE'S DEFINITELY "HALL OF FAME" MATERIAL.SHE WAS THE FIRST BLACK CHICK,BEFORE MARY WELLS, TO COME OUT WITH BLONDE HAIR AND A BLACK MOLE ON THE SAME PLACE WHERE MARILYN MONROE HAD HERS! THAT WAS DARING IN THOSE DAYS!HER HIT "ROLL WITH ME, HENRY" WAS BANNED FROM THE STATIONS. THE LYRICS WERE TOO RISQUE!BUY ALL HER EARLY RECORDINGS, HER SONGS ARE BEAUTIFUL AND SO IS HER VOICE! I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THIS ONE!
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By Yvonne LeBrun on Oct. 5 2001
Format: Audio CD
Etta James has a timeless sound! The soft melodic sounds from this album only compliment her soulful sound. Growing up in the 90's (yes, the 90's!), there have been some questionable artists come about. In my opinion, not a single female artist has sung with so much soul as Etta James. Her voice is one which has travelled for many years to touch the ears and lives of todays listeners, and she will remain to do so for many years to come. I was introduced to her by my Mother-in-laws friend, when I was searching for "that" song for our first dance. When I heard this melody and this angelic voice sail across the room, I knew... This is it! Etta James makes me fall in love with my husband over and over agian each time I hear her. Nobody has been able to move me the way she has with her voice. Now that's a piece of pure heaven here on earth!
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By Kimberly Ruane on May 4 2000
Format: Audio CD
I've always loved the song "At Last," but I never knew who sang it. I bought the Pleasantville soundtrack last year, simply because that song was on it (Fiona Apple turned out to be a nice surprise -- but that's another review, isn't it?). When I looked this up on amazon, I hadn't even realized that Ms. James sang "I Just Want to Make Love to You" -- what a fun, sexy song that is! And "Stormy Weather" could really be messed up, but this version is all her own! However, I must say that my favorite discovered treasure on this album is "A Sunday Kind of Love" -- they pretty much don't get any more perfect than this. One word of caution: the only song on this whole album that's a bit grating is #11, "My Heart Cries." Set your CD player to pass it, sit back, and enjoy...
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This is what people who truly appreciate good music refer to as "R&B". On this classic set of tunes sung with the kind of power and conviction that many of today's young singers tend to shy away from (or just can't bring it, lol!), you get the RHYTHM and the BLUES in one devastating combination. Etta James is one of this country's unheralded treasures and everytime I listen to this album, I am reminded of how much we need true artists like her to keep good music from going bad. No serious music collection should be without this one because it IS essential.
Note: also get Bobby "Blue" Bland's 'Two Steps From The Blues' and play it back-to-back with Etta James' 'At Last' for an R&B listening experience like NO OTHER! By the way, are these two in the Hall of Fame, yet!?!?!?
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Etta James shares her devine gift of a voice with millions who appreciate her wonderful music. The heartfelt "At Last" is the definitive wedding song. The rendition of "Stormy Weather" rivals the Lena Horne version, and "A Sunday Kind of Love" proves that Etta James is American Blues Royalty. When you listen to a heartbroken Etta James declaring "All I Could Do Was Cry", you feel the pain of a hurt teenager. -- "Miss Peaches" is one of the great R&B/Jazz singers of our time. This CD covers 14 of her best loved songs. It is a treasured part of my music collection, and I can highly recommend it!
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