Etta James [Jamesetta Hawkins]
Etta James Rocks the House
The Second Time Around (Etta James album)
The Second Time Around is the second studio album by the American blues artist, Etta James. The album was released in 1961 on Argo Records and was produced by Phil and Leonard Chess, who also produced her previous album. Riley Hampton was the arranger and orchestra conductor.
Changes (Etta James album)
Changes is the 15th studio album by Etta James, released in 1980. It was recorded at the Sea-Saint studios in New Orleans, with Allen Toussaint arranging and producing, as well as contributing several songs.
Miss Etta James: The Complete Modern and Kent Recordings
Miss Etta James: The Complete Modern and Kent Recordings is a compilation album of songs by Etta James recorded for the Modern and Kent labels. This two-disc album presents all the recordings made by James prior to her signing with Chess Records. Several compilation albums of this material were released on the Crown label in the early 1960s under the titles Miss Etta James, The Best of Etta James and Twist with Etta James but this release represents the complete collection of James' recordings for the labels including several alternate takes.
12 Songs of Christmas (Etta James album)
12 Songs of Christmas is a holiday album by American singer Etta James, released in October 1998 through the record label Private Music. The album, produced by John Snyder, features standards arranged mostly by pianist Cedar Walton and solos by Walton, George Bohanon on trombone and Red Holloway on tenor saxophone. Critical reception of the album was positive overall. Following its release, 12 Songs reached a peak position of number five on Billboard 's Top Blues Albums chart.
Etta James Sings Funk
Etta James Sings Funk is the ninth studio album by American Blues artist, Etta James. The album was released on Cadet Records in 1970.
Heart of a Woman (Etta James album)
Heart of a Woman is an album by Etta James that was released in June 1999 by RCA Records. The album consists of eleven love songs from her favorite female singers as well as a recording of her most popular song, "At Last ". Recorded in March 1999, Heart of a Woman was produced by James and John Snyder with Lupe DeLeon as executive producer. James' two sons Donto and Sametto served as assistant producers. Guest musicians appearing on the album include Mike Finnigan , Red Holloway, Jimmy Zavala, and Lee Thornburg. Critical reception of Heart of a Woman was mixed. The album peaked at number four on the Top Blues Albums chart of Billboard magazine.