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Etta James - Live From San Francisco (1994)

25-02-2016, 21:05
Blues | Soul | FLAC / APE

Title: Live From San Francisco
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Private
Genre: Blues Soul
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 42:13
Total Size: 256 MB | 109 MB

1. I Just Want To Make Love To You (Live) (3:02)
2. Take It To The Limit (Live) (5:42)
3. Baby What You Want Me To Do (Live) (5:02)
4. Sugar On The Floor (Live) (6:03)
5. Tell Mama (Live) (4:00)
6. I'd Rather Go Blind (Live) (4:55)
7. Otis Redding Medley (Live) (9:30)
8. Born Blue (Live) (3:55)

Etta James: Vocals
Brian Ray: Guitar
Bobby Martin: Saxophone, Keyboards, Vocals
Keith Johnson: Trumpet, Keyboards
Kurtis Teel - Bass
Armand Grimaldi: Drums

Commercially, the 1970s weren't nearly as kind to Etta James as the 1950s and '60s had been. The sleekness that characterized Northern "uptown" soul and disco didn't appeal to the big-voiced belter, who stuck to her guns and continued to embrace the type of gritty, hard-hitting Southern soul and down-home blues that had earned her so devoted a following. Though absent from Black radio playlists, she had no problem attracting enthusiastic live audiences. At 41, James sounds like she's very much in her prime on this live recording from 1981. Whether tearing into an Otis Redding medley, her hit "Tell Mama" or Chicago blues staples like Willie Dixon's "I Just Want to Make Love to You" and Jimmy Reed's "Baby, What You Want Me to Do," the earthy singer clearly excels by sticking with what she does best. One of the CD's most pleasant surprises is a version of the Eagles' "Take It to the Limit," which works remarkably well in an R&B setting. ~by Alex Henderson

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