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Etta James – Jazz (2007)

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Etta James – Jazz (2007)

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01.Stormy Weather 3:08
02.Fool That I Am 2:57
03.Don't Get Around Much Anymore 2:27
04.Dream 2:25
05.One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) 3:27
06.Don't Take Your Love from Me 3:35
07.Don't Blame Me 2:23
08.These Foolish Things (Remind of You) 4:00
09.Prisoner of Love 2:14           play
10.Lover Man (Oh, Where Can He Be?) 3:54
11.Misty 3:13                        play
12.I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) 4:31

 

Though generally classified as a blues singer, there is certainly something of the jazz chanteuse in Etta James. Her approach to phrasing is nuanced and precise, and though her tone never turns with the delicacy of Billie Holiday or Ella Fitzgerald, her ability to remake a song in her own image is reminiscent of those singers. JAZZ collects James's jazz recordings, which find the singer putting her indelible stamp on such gems as "Stormy Weather," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," and "Misty," among others. Most impressively, James never tries to sound "jazzy," but instead tackles each tune with her fundamental style, and pulls it off with absolute authority.

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