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Categorie archives: Rhythm and Blues

  • Wednesday May 19, 2010

    Etta James, front, cd size

    Let’s stir the place up a bit. R&B today means a kind of music,
    with all respect, not for me. Back in the old days, R&B would stand
    for rhythm and blues, honest stuff with stunning instrumentation and
    mindblowing voices. Such as this one, if you speak of a woman with
    bollocks in her voice, this is her. Etta James, although quite light
    coloured and with blond hair, she has a fat black sound like no one has.
    Bluesy, New Orleans based rock and roll with crazy saxophones and
    Etta’s unique way of singing. check track #2 in which she has
    a conversation with a talking sax, greatly performed by Harold Battiste.
    It’s all recorded in the 50’s, over half a century ago, don’t you just love it?


    1 Tough lover
    2 The pick-up
    3 By the light of the silvery moon
    4 Fools we mortals be
    5 Come what may
    6 Dance with me Henry
    7 Good lookin’
    8 Tears of joy
    9 Shortnin’ bread rock
    10 Baby, baby, every night
    11 Then I’ll care
    12 Market place


    Posted by Moos
    at 9:34 PM