Etta James - Come What May Lyrics
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Miss Etta James: The Complete Modern and Kent Recordings Tracklist
Etta James () 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 ), the Blues Hall of Fame (in ), and the Grammy Hall of . Come What May-Etta James --'Modern Etta James – Come What May / By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (, Vinyl) - Discogs. Ad.
James's powerful, deep, earthy voice bridged the gap between rhythm and blues and rock and roll. Although her father has never been identified,  James speculated that she was the daughter of pool player Rudolf "Minnesota Fats" Wanderone , whom she met briefly in James referred to her mother as "the Mystery Lady".
James received her first professional vocal training at the age of five from James Earle Hines, musical director of the Echoes of Eden choir at the St. Under his tutelage, she suffered physical abuse during her formative years, with her instructor often punching her in the chest while she sang to force her voice to come from her gut.
As a consequence, she developed an unusually strong voice for a child her age. Sarge, like the musical director for the choir , was also abusive. During drunken poker games at home, he would awaken James in the early morning hours and force her with beatings to sing for his friends.
The trauma of her foster father forcing her to sing under these humiliating circumstances caused her to have difficulties with singing on demand throughout her career. At the age of 14, she met musician Johnny Otis. Stories on how they met vary. In Otis's version, she came to his hotel after one of his performances in the city and persuaded him to audition her. Another story was that Otis spotted the Creolettes performing at a Los Angeles nightclub and sought for them to record his " answer song " to Hank Ballard 's " Work with Me, Annie ".
Otis took the group under his wing, helping them sign to Modern Records and changing their name from the Creolettes to the Peaches. James recorded the version, for which she was given credit as co-author, in , and the record was released in early as " The Wallflower ". The original title of the song was "Roll with Me, Henry", but it was changed to avoid censorship due to the off-color title roll implying sexual activity.
While James was on tour with Richard, pop singer Georgia Gibbs recorded a version of James's song, which was released under the title "Dance With Me, Henry" and became a crossover hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot , which angered James. When her contract with Modern came up for renewal in , she signed a contract with Chess Records instead. Shortly afterward she was involved in a relationship with the singer Harvey Fuqua , the founder of the doo-wop group the Moonglows.
Musician Bobby Murray toured with James for over 20 years. He wrote that James had her first hit single when she was 15 years old and went steady with B. King when she was James believed that King's hit single "Sweet Sixteen" was about her. In her autobiography, she noted how impressed she was with the young singer's manners. She also recalled how happy he made her many years later when she found out that it was Presley who had moved her close friend Jackie Wilson from a substandard convalescent home to a more appropriate facility and, as she put it, paid all the expenses.
Presley died a year later. Wilson went on to live for another ten years in the care center Presley found for him. James sang background vocals for her labelmate Chuck Berry on his " Back in the U.
Her debut album, At Last! Though the record was not as successful as expected, her rendition has become the best-known version of the song. The album took the same direction as her first, covering jazz and pop standards and with strings on many of the songs. An album of the same name was also released that year and included her take on Otis Redding 's "Security". In her autobiography, Rage to Survive , she wrote that she heard the song outlined by her friend Ellington "Fugi" Jordan when she visited him in prison.
Following this success, James became an in-demand concert performer though she never again reached the heyday of her early to mids success. Though James continued to record for Chess, she was devastated by the death of Leonard Chess in James ventured into rock and funk with the release of her self-titled album in , with production from the famed rock producer Gabriel Mekler , who had worked with Steppenwolf and Janis Joplin , who had admired James and had covered "Tell Mama" in concert.
The album, known for its mixture of musical styles, was nominated for a Grammy Award. Following this brief success, however, she left Chess Records and did not record for another ten years as she struggled with drug addiction and alcoholism.
James continued to perform on occasion in the early s, including two guest appearances at Grateful Dead concerts in December Rock 'n' Roll. James participated with the rap singer Def Jef on the song "Droppin' Rhymes on Drums", which mixed James's jazz vocals with hip-hop.
She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Also in , she recorded the album Time After Time. A Christmas album, Etta James Christmas , was released in After an excerpt of the song was featured in a Diet Coke advertising campaign in the UK, it reached the top ten on the UK charts in In , she received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
On her release, Blue Gardenia , she returned to a jazz style. James performed at the top jazz festivals in the world, such as the Montreux Jazz Festival in , , and She performed at the Playboy Jazz Festival in , , , and She also often performed at free summer arts festivals throughout the United States.
James later said that her previous critical remarks about Knowles for having performed "At Last" at the inauguration of Barack Obama were a joke stemming from how she felt hurt that she herself was not invited to sing her song. In April , at the age of 71, James made her final television appearance, performing "At Last" on the program Dancing with the Stars. She carried on touring but by had to cancel concert dates because of her gradually failing health, after it was revealed that she was suffering from dementia and leukemia.
In November , James released her final album, The Dreamer , which was critically acclaimed upon its release. She announced that this would be her final album. Her continuing relevance was affirmed in when the late Swedish DJ Avicii achieved substantial chart success with the song " Levels ", which samples her song " Something's Got a Hold on Me ".
The same sample was used by the east coast rapper Flo Rida in his hit single " Good Feeling ". Both artists issued statements of condolence upon James's death. James possessed the vocal range of a contralto. It was not until the early s, when she began receiving major industry awards from the Grammys and the Blues Foundation, that she received wide recognition.
In recent years, [ when? Her song " Something's Got a Hold on Me " has been recognized in many ways. Another version, performed by Christina Aguilera , was in the film Burlesque. James was married to Artis Mills from until her death in James had two sons, Donto James and Sametto James, born to different fathers.
By the mids, James was addicted to heroin. She bounced checks, forged prescriptions and stole from her friends to finance her addiction. James encountered a string of legal problems during the early s due to her heroin addiction.
She was continuously in and out of rehabilitation centers, including the Tarzana Treatment Centers, in Los Angeles, California. Her husband Artis Mills accepted responsibility when they were both arrested for heroin possession and served a year prison sentence.
In , James was arrested for possession of heroin. During this period, she became addicted to methadone and would mix her doses with heroin. In her autobiography, she said that the time she spent in the hospital changed her life. After leaving treatment, however, her substance abuse continued after she developed a relationship with a man who was also using drugs. James was hospitalized in January to treat an infection caused by MRSA , a bacterium resistant to many antibiotics.
During her hospitalization, her son Donto revealed that she had received a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease in James was diagnosed with leukemia in early The illness became terminal, and her husband Artis Mills was appointed sole conservator of the James estate and to oversee her medical care. Thirty-six days after her death, her sideman Red Holloway died. Her funeral was presided over by Reverend Al Sharpton and took place in Gardena, California eight days after her death.
From , James received over 30 awards and recognitions from eight different organizations, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum  and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences which organizes the Grammys.
James has received six Grammy Awards. Her first was in , when she was awarded Best Jazz Vocal Performance for the album Mystery Lady , which consisted of covers of Billie Holiday songs.
The members of the Blues Foundation, a nonprofit organization set up in Memphis, Tennessee , to foster the blues and its heritage,  have nominated James for a Blues Music Award nearly every year since its founding in ; and she received some form of Blues Female Artist of the Year award 14 times since , continuously from to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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