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He helped sign (and then performed with) Black Merda, a Detroit outfit that has been described as “the first all black rock band,” and which has built a cult following during the last decade.And he continues to record, it seems; here is his fledgling Facebook page.
These are the songs of heartbreak, songs that distil the misery of failed relationships, unrequited loves, disappointment and rejection, and set it to music.Like the song says, ‘I just don’t want to be free.’” When Leonard Chess—the founder of James’s label, Chess Records—first heard the song, James says, “he got up and left the room ’cause he started crying…When he came back in the room, he said, ‘Etta, it’s a mother …it’s a mother.” It’s also an opportunity to mention her friend and co-writer, the far less famous Ellington “Fugi” Jordan.(You can hear his own, more psychedelic take on the song, called “I’d Rather Be a Blind Man,” on You Tube.) Described as a “soul enigma” by magazine in 2002, Jordan has had a fascinating musical career of his own.These are the songs we seek solace in when we want to know that somebody else has felt that way too. Click here to tell us which songs you think we should have included Whether in its original, spare funk version or the orchestrated Trevor Horn take that appeared on the classic The Lexicon of Love album, this debut single provided a fine showcase for the sophisticated romanticism of the Sheffield popsters.
Despite the universal “blueprint that says boy meets girl”, former music journo Martin Fry is struggling in his quest to find love’s “real Mc Coy”, and contends, in his angsty croon, that tears are not enough to prove that a girl’s emotions are genuine.
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Etta James, one of the great American pop singers of the last half-century, died this morning.
Many of the much deserved tributes to appear so far have singled out her most famous single, the great “At Last,” enormously popular at weddings and famously sung by Beyoncé to Barack and Michelle Obama upon his inauguration as president (possibly still, somewhat regrettably, my favorite moment from the entire Obama presidency). In fact, as truly great as that song is, James recorded another that was even better—and it’s one she co-wrote, although, for tax reasons, she gave songwriting credit to her then boyfriend.
(“It bugs me to this day that he still receives royalties,” James wrote in 1995.) blind.
I was blind in my love life, and I was blind in my personal ways.