8 thoughts on “ Feeling Uneasy - Etta James - Come A Little Closer (8-Track Cartridge, Album) ”

  1. Reception. The Allmusic review awarded the album 3 stars stating "Etta James was fighting serious substance-abuse problems when this album was recorded, commuting to the sessions from a rehab center. It was a triumph simply to complete the record at all. But although James' life may have been in rough shape outside of the studio, she delivered a fairly strong set that fused forceful '70s soul.
  2. Tracks 1 to 10 originally released on Chess LP Come A Little Closer. Track 11 originally released as Chess single Lovin' Arms. Track 12 originally released as Chess single Feeling Uneasy / Out On The Street, Again. Musicians on track 11 are unknown/5(8).
  3. Find more James, Etta - Come A Little Closer vinyl records and LPs. We specialize in rare, high quality pressings. All Analogue Reissue Recorded In Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Etta James Was Fighting Serious Substance Abuse Problems When This Album Was Recorded, Commuting To The Sessions From A Rehab Center. "Feeling Uneasy.
  4. James, Etta - Come A Little Closer. Additional Art. $ Unplayed. “Etta James Was Fighting Serious Substance Abuse Problems When This Album Was Recorded, Commuting To The Sessions From A Rehab Center. Like A Rousing "Sookie Sookie" And "Out On The Street Again," With Its Slightly Sinister Funk Groove. "Feeling Uneasy," In Fact.
  5. The discography for the American singer Etta James consists of 29 studio albums, 3 live albums, and 12 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 As a teenager in San Francisco, California in the early s, James formed a singing trio, which attracted the attention of.
  6. An excellent set of messed-up funky soul from Etta James – one of her killer early 70s sides for Chess! The album mixes together bluesy tracks and straight ahead soul – in a hip, bad-walking style that nicely updates Etta's older style for the 70s. The set includes a great funky cut called "Out On The Street Again", which sounds like it should be the theme to some.
  7. Etta James was fighting serious substance abuse problems when this album was recorded, commuting to the sessions from a rehab center. It was a triumph simply to complete the record at all. Although James' life may have been in rough shape outside of the studio, she delivered a fairly strong set that fused forceful '70s soul arrangements with some rock (Randy Newman and John Kay both contribute 6/

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