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Etta James
“A Sunday Kind of Love”

Well, it is Sunday after all. I thought Etta James would be a nice closer for the Soul/R&B music. She has such a big voice. Her music has aged like a fine wine, and I can’t imagine a world without this song or “At Last”.

Yes, she also got her start in the Baptist Church – at the age of 5.

From the Album: The Definitive Collection

5 Responses to “Etta James – A Sunday Kind of Love”

  1. on 11 Mar 2007 at 10:28 amCasey

    Ok, so this song I like. It sounds like it could be in a movie – a romantic comedy, of course. I imagine a scene in which a guy and a girl are dancing together to this song. So cute!

  2. on 20 Mar 2007 at 5:45 pmMary808

    *sigh* Story of my life. SING IT, girl.

  3. on 07 Apr 2007 at 12:54 pmD. Billz

    A million thanks to you for uploading this song! My first exposure to this song was in a Docker’s commercial a couple months ago. They ran the commercial quite often and I liked it more and more each time. I wasn’t familiar with the artist so I emailed a representive for Dockers for the information. After reading the response, I contacted my grandmother about Etta James and she was shocked that I was even interested in who she was, lol. I asked her if she had any of Etta’s music. She gathered up some cd’s but unfortunately none of them had this song. I’ve been looking all over the internet for this song in its entirety but no luck. Your website is the ONLY place that I’ve found it. I’ve been on different pages checking out her music and didn’t realize she had done so many songs that I was familiar with due to being around my aunt as a child who always played old soul music. Not to mention the other songs that I haven’t heard that are remarkable. Once again, I appreciate you sharing this song with the rest of us and hope that you continue to bless us with gems like these.

  4. on 18 Jul 2007 at 4:18 amLoveStruck

    This song reminds me of a rainy afternoon with just me and my love on a porch enjoying the refreshment of the raindrops

  5. on 04 Sep 2012 at 9:32 pmmelissa

    This is a beautiful rendition…the warm. And fuzzy kind, or maybe more somber or melancholy, which isn’t all that bad…stirs things up

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