Etta James - Two Sides / I Worry About You album FLAC
The discography for the American singer Etta James consists of 28 studio albums, 3 live albums, and 6 compilations. She has also issued 58 singles, one of which, "The Wallflower (Dance with Me, Henry)," reached number 1 on the Rhythm and Blues Records chart in 1955. As a teenager in San Francisco, California in the early 1950s, James formed a singing trio, which attracted the attention of Johnny Otis, who helped her sign a recording contract with Modern Records in 1954.
Etta James is the third studio album by American blues artist, Etta James. The album was released on Argo Records in 1962 and was produced by Phil and Leonard Chess. The album was released on a 12-inch LP and consisted of ten tracks, with five of them on each side of the vinyl record. The album spawned the single, "Something's Got a Hold on Me" b/w "Waiting for Charlie to Come Home" which was written for Etta by Burt Bacharach reached the Top 40 in 1962.
Label Category Country Year. Two Sides (To Every You (7", Promo). JN 2293 Etta James Two Sides, I Worry Bout You (7"). Juke Box JN 2293 Italy 1963. Related Music albums to Two Sides (To Every Story), I Worry Bout You by Etta James.
Two Sides To Every Story Album Version.
EU-only 180 gm vinyl LP pressing including two bonus tracks plus digital download.
Etta James's second album isn't what you pull off the shelf when you want to hear her belt some soul. Like her debut, it found Chess presenting her as more or less a pop singer, using orchestration arranged and conducted by Riley Hampton, and mostly tackling popular standards of the '40s. If you're not a purist, this approach won't bother you in the least; James sings with gusto, proving that she could more than hold her own in this idiom as well. R&B isn't entirely neglected either, with the rousing "Seven Day Fool" (co-written by Berry Gordy, J.
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