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Etta James Live At Montreux = 2LP  =

ETTA JAMES - Live At Montreux = 2LP =

2x LP 180 gr.33rpm
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2019 EU issue180g 2LP - including the all-time Boomerocity favorite of Ms. James, "I'd Rather Go Blind", Etta James made many appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival across her long and distinguished career from first concert in 1975 through to her las

Etta James -At Last =180g=

ETTA JAMES - -At Last =180g=

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm+ bonus tracks
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( 1960 ) 2013 EU reissue 180 gr LP plus 4 bonus tracks= The 1960 debut album from the unmatchable Etta James includessome of her best known songs: The title track At Last in particular, is of course an all-time classic, and All I Could Do Was Cry

Etta James At Last = Coloured vinyl =

ETTA JAMES - At Last = Coloured vinyl =

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm+ bonus tracks
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( 1960 ) 2018 EU reissue on 180 gr LP = The 1960 debut album from the unmatchable Etta James. Including ’All I Could Do Was Cry’, ‘Stormy Weather’ and Willie Dixon’s Blues classic ’I Just Want to Make Love to You’ + four bonus tracks.

Etta James Tell Mama

ETTA JAMES - Tell Mama

1x LP 33rpm vinyl HQ
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( 1968 ) 2014 EU reissue on vinyl LP=top-notch in its own right, featuring the all-time classic soul ballad "I'd Rather Go Blind", excellent covers of Ed Townsend's "I'm Gonna Take What He's Got", Otis Redding's "Securi...

Etta James Matriarch of the Blues =180g vinyl LP =

ETTA JAMES - Matriarch of the Blues =180g vinyl LP =

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm
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(2000) 2020 EU reissue on vinyl LP=Matriarch of the Blues, as Etta James is called many times, is an 2000 album marking her return to the blues, after recording country, jazz, and pop songs. The album reached a peak position of number two on Billboard's T

Etta James Live At Montreux = 2LP +bonus CD =

ETTA JAMES - Live At Montreux = 2LP +bonus CD =

2x LP 180 gr.33rpm +bonus CD
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2019 EU issue180g 2LP +bonus CD -includig the all-time Boomerocity favorite of Ms. James, "I'd Rather Go Blind", Etta James made many appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival across her long and distinguished career from first concert in 1975 through to