Etta James
At Last = Coloured vinyl =

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm      + 4 bonus tracks

( 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.

Label:  Wax Time 
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Release date 15-01-2018 (originally released in 1960)

2018 EU reissue on 180g coloured vinyl LP = 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. This masterpiece remains to this day, one of the best Soul/R&B albums ever. Singing Pop standards as she did on the magnificent title track, which was written in 1941 and originally recorded by Glenn Miller’s orchestra. ’At Last’ became Etta’s signature song.

Tracks:
A1. Anything To Say You’re Mine
A2. My Dearest Darling
A3. Trust In Me
A4. Sunday Kind Of Love
A5. Tough Mary
A6. Don’t Cry Baby
A7. You Know What I Mean

B1. I Just Want To Make Love To You
B2. At Last
B3. All I Could Do Was Cry
B4. Stormy Weather
B5. Girl Of My Dreams (Rendered As Boy Of My Dreams)
B6. I’ll Dry My Tears
B7. Seven Day Fool

The 1960 debut album from the unmatchable Etta James includes what would become some of her best known songs – Etta James debut album At Last  on Chess subsidiary label Argo. The albums title track At Last in particular, is of course an all-time classic, and All I Could Do Was Cry, cowritten by future Motown mogul Berry Gordy both went to 2 on the R&B charts while the album itself has gone down in history as one of the great classic albums of early R&B , Recorded for the Chess Records subsidiary label Argo with bluesy string arrangements by Riley Hampton.


Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Bonus(cd,single,download): 4 bonus tracks
Label: Wax Time
Originally released: 1960
This release: 2013
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