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Oh Happy DayIt's A Crying Shame (with Harvery Fuqua)Cigarettes & CoffeeO Holy NightChampagne & WineLet Me Down EasyToo TiredThe Love You Save May Be Your OwnLovesick BluesSilent NightOn The 7th DayInner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)I Sing The BluesCome To MamaI Got It Bad And That Ain't GoodDon't Worry 'Bout MeFeel Like Breaking Up Somebody's HomeI Want To Ta Ta You, BabyEvening Of LoveWe're In LoveOne NightI Got The WillIt Ain't Always What You Do (It's Who You Let See You Do It)Lie No BetterHush HushDon't Go To StrangersLovin' ArmsJump Into My FireLove LettersTough MaryDown By The RiversideI Believe I Can FlyThe Very Thought Of YouI Found A LoveStormy MondayHold MeTry A Little TendernessI'll Take Care Of YouLove's Been Rough On MeThe Nearness Of YouRespect YourselfMy Heart CriesBall And ChainOne For My BabyA Change Is Gonna Do Me GoodDreamSeven Day FoolCry Me A RiverThe RockShakey GroundGod's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)DreamerBaby What You Want Me To Do (Live 1963 New Era Club)Girl Of My DreamsIn The EveningGroove MeOnly Time Will Tell (Single Version)Two Sides (To Every Story) [Single Version]Would It Make Any Difference To You (Single Version)My Dearest Darling (Single Version)That's AllLet's Burn Down The CornfieldIn My DiaryBewareTake It To The LimitI Want To Be Loved (but Only By You)You Give Me What I WantWalking The Back StreetsPlum Nuts(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is OverThe Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)I'm A FoolDon't Get Around Much AnymoreTrust In Me (Single Version)Do I Make Myself Clear (Single Version)
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Related Information for Etta James Etta James (1938-2012) was a U.S. blues, soul, R&B, rock & roll, and jazz singer and songwriter. She is the winner of four Grammies, seventeen Blues Music Awards, and was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (in 1993), the Blues Hall of Fame (in 2001), and the Grammy Hall of Fame (in both 1999 and 2008).James was born Jamesetta Hawkins in Los Angeles, California, on 25th January 1938, to an unmarried fourteen-year-old mother, Dorothy Hawkins. According to Etta, her moth.. read more