Originally released on Argo Record in 1963 this was Etta James's fourth studio album. Produced by Chicago master Leonard Chess, the man who first saw the potential for James to go into a more pop-oriented direction, this essential album release consisted of her ten top record hits in the past three years. An incredible array of songs in various moods such as the "Something Got A Hold On Me", "All I Could Do Was Cry", and "At Last", all hits that would literally make the R&B sound of the '60s. Clear vinyl; edition of 300.
Track Listing:
A1. Somethings Got A Hold On Me
A2. My Dearest Darling
A3. At Last
A4. Fool That I Am
A5. Sunday Kind Of Love
B1. Pushover
B2. All I Could Do Was Cry
B3. Stop The Wedding
B4. Trust In Me
B5. Would It Make Any Difference To You

Etta James, Top Ten