Review #191: At Last!, Etta James

#191: At Last!, Etta James

Not to make an example of anyone, but I know a few people who thought “At Last” was by Aretha Franklin. I’m dubbing today “Etta James Awareness Day.” If you see a friend, let them know that “At Last” was by the inimitable Etta James!

This came out eight years before The Who’s Tommy, our last entry, which is kind of wild to me. History — it’s both…

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