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Etta James – Changes (1980)

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Etta James – Changes (1980)

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A1   Mean Mother (4:33) 
A2   Donkey (3:18) 
A3   Changes (4:00) 
A4   Don't Stop (3:23)         play
A5   Who's Getting Your Love (3:33) 

B1   Night By Night (3:15) 
B2   It Takes Love To Keep A Woman (4:10) 
B3   Wheel Of Fire (3:32)      play
B4   Night People (4:44) 
B5   With You In Mind (4:21)

Leo Nocentelli- Guitar 
Allen Toussaint- Piano 
Ken Williams- Percussion 
Tony Broussard- Guitar (Bass) 
Robert Dabon- Keyboards 
Herman V. Ernest III- Drums 
Sampson Henry- Keyboards 
Steve Hughes- Guitar 
Etta James- Vocals, Main Performer

 

From the mid-1950s to the present, Etta James' powerful, soul-charged voice has become deeper and rougher, with a rich texture and heartfelt inflections. It goes without saying that the woman known as "Mama" is aging like California wine, and she can still open wounds in her songs and come out standing strong. When she was five years old, Jamesetta Hawkins amazed the congregation of her church choir. When she belted out Gospel songs with absolute spiritual fervor, it was clear that the child was a musical prodigy. Her career as a singer began when she recorded "The Wallflower" with Johnny Otis in 1954 for Modern Records. A year later, the song topped the charts. In 1960, she moved to Chess Records and soon began cranking out hits such as the driving, jiving, southern soul smash "Tell Mama," which Janis Joplin covered later that decade. Since then, she has recorded for Island and Elektra, experimenting with rock and jazz, but always returning to her Gospel-soaked roots and southern soul.

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