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One of the most popular wedding tunes of all times.
Female vocalist Etta James passed away at the tender ages of 73 due to leukaemia related illness. Whilst the Grammy-award-winning vocalist and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honee had other hit like "I'd Rather Go Blind" and "Don't Tell Mama", James was known above all for her sensitive interpretation of "At Last" - one of the most popular marriage music of all times.
Though " At Last " was initially composed for the music movie "Orchestra Wives" by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren from 1942, James adopted the song in 1961 - she improvised over the tune and added her own jazzy singing alongside the powerless string players. Ever since, innumerable pairs have used their romance to make their Big Days unforgettable.
Grég Johnson, a blue movie maker and assistant lecturer at the University of Mississippi, says the song is a marriage because of the music. At Last " has been featured by a dozen performers, among them Beyonce, who performed the romance classics at President Barack Obama's opening dance in 2009 and caused a lot of commotion. Even if James is no longer with us, we are willing to wager that pairs will ask for "At Last" for years to come.
The one who sung the song: "At last"?
The At Last is a 1941 song by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren. Later it became Etta James' favourite song and first came out in 1961 on her début At Last. James' is generally the best known and often used. And Etta James has a song named At Last.
He starred Etta James in a film named Cadillac Records (2008) and made a good songover.
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