Posted Wed Jul 11, 2012 at 08:00 AM PDT by Tom Landy
The late singer's 1993 concert performance will be available on Blu-ray in August.
In an early announcement to retailers, Eagle Rock has set 'Etta James: Live at Montreux 1993' for Blu-ray on August 28.
Etta James made many appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival across her long and distinguished career from her first concert in 1975 through to her last in 2008. This Blu-ray focuses on the concert from 1993 when she was at her absolute peak and complements it with selected tracks from many other Montreux appearances. It features many of her best loved tracks and songs that she is particularly associated with. Etta James was one of the most respected performers of her generation. In a career stretching over 60 years she was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame and the Blues Hall Of Fame, won 3 Grammys and received many more nominations and was named Female Blues Artist Of The Year on no less than 14 occasions. Sadly, Etta James passed away after a long illness in January 2012 and this Blu-ray is a fitting tribute to one of the greatest female vocalists of the 20th century.
Track Listing: 1) Funky Good Time 2) Hold On, I'm Coming 3) I Just Wanna Make Love To You 4) I'd Rather Go Blind 5) How Strong Is A Woman? 6) A Lover Is Forever 7) Beware 8) Hard To Handle 9) Just One More Day 10) Come To Mama 11) Why I Sing The Blues
Bonus: Over 90 minutes of additional tracks from other Etta James performances at Montreux: 1975: 1) Respect Yourself 2) Drown In My Own Tears 3) W.O.M.A.N. 4) I'd Rather Go Blind 1977: 1) Medley: At Last / Trust In Me / A Sunday Kind Of Love 1978: 1) Take It To The Limit 1989: 1) Tell Mama 2) Something's Got A Hold On Me 3) Breaking Up Somebody's Home 4) I Got The Will 5) Sugar On The Floor 1990: 1) Your Good Thing Is About To End.
Suggested list price for the Blu-ray is $19.98.
You can find the latest specs for 'Etta James: Live at Montreux 1993' linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule, where it's indexed under August 28.
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