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The Heart of a Woman
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Album: The Heart of a Woman
# Song Title   Time
1)    You Don't Know What Love Is
2)    Good Morning Heartache
3)    My Old Flame
4)    Say It Isn't So
5)    At Last
6)    Tenderly
7)    I Only Have Eyes For You
8)    I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good
9)    You Go to My Head
10)    Sunday Kind of Love
11)    If It's the Last Thing I Do
12)    Only Women Bleed
 

Album: The Heart of a Woman
# Song Title   Time
1)    You Don't Know What Love Is
2)    Good Morning Heartache
3)    My Old Flame
4)    Say It Isn't So
5)    At Last
6)    Tenderly
7)    I Only Have Eyes For You
8)    I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good
9)    You Go to My Head
10)    Sunday Kind of Love
11)    If It's the Last Thing I Do
12)    Only Women Bleed
 
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Tracks

1. You Don't Know What Love Is

2. Good Morning Heartache

3. My Old Flame

4. Say It Isn't So

5. At Last

6. Tenderly

7. I Only Have Eyes For You

8. I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good

9. You Go To My Head

10. Sunday Kind Of Love

11. If It's The Last Thing I Do

12. Only Women Bleed

Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Etta James (vocals); Josh Sklair (acoustic & electric guitar); Bobby Murray (guitar); Red Holloway, Jimmy Z (tenor saxophone); Lee Thornburg (trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone); Tom Poole (trumpet, flugelhorn); Pete Escovedo (horns, congas, percussion); Dave Matthews (acoustic & electric pianos); Mike Finegan (Hammond B-3 organ); Sametto James (bass, drum programming); Donto James (drums, drum programming).
  • Recorded at Conway Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California on March 15-23, 1999. Includes liner notes by Etta James.
  • HEART OF A WOMAN was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.
  • Heart of a Woman is a great idea for an album. Etta James chose 11 love songs from her favorite female singers -- Billie Holiday, Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughn, and Carmen McRae -- augmenting the album with a new version of her signature song, "At Last." She has recorded several of these songs before (including Alice Cooper's "Only Women Bleed," which inexplicably became a standard for both her and McRae), but the difference with Heart of a Woman is the context. Here, they're put in a smooth jazz setting, masterminded by James, who has producer credit. There's no denying that Etta James is a powerhouse, one of the finest blues singers of the 20th century, and she still possesses an exceptionally strong voice, robust and filled with passion. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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