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At Last

Label: Mosquito records London Pty Ltd.
Released: 2014
Track listing: The Devil Is Real In Your Mind; To Cape Town; Smooth And Nice; At Last; Forevermore; Señorita Blues; This Could Be Love; It Ain't Necessarily So; Think I'm A Millionaire; Until Their Lights Are Out (Alien Blues); Hound Dog; Disillusion Blues; Georgia On My Mind; These Eyes Are Not Yours; You Are My Sunshine

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At Last

Label: New Indie Artists
Released: 2013

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At Last

Label: Bear Paw Music
Released: 2012
Track listing: At Last; The Nearness Of You; When I Fall In Love; Taking A Chance On Love; I'm Glad There Is You; Our Love Is Here To Stay; Embraceable You; Where Do You Start?; I'm Old Fashioned; Remind Me; The Very Thought Of You; What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?; Where Or When; Some Other Time.

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Article: Album Review

Heather Cairncross: At Last

Read "At Last" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


At Last is named for singer Heather Cairncross' cover version of Harry Warren and Matt Gordon's classic love song, but it may equally well serve as an exclamation of relief. This is an album that Cairncross has been thinking about making for some years. In 2011, everything came together and Cairncross was finally able to record ...

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At Last

Label: Potomac Records
Released: 2009

Album

At Last

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: What Is This Thing Called Love?; Comes Love; Carey; At Last; Spain; Lazy Afternoon; Landslide; Save a Place for Me; Over the Rainbow; Finding Beauty; On My Way to You.

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Ann Hampton Callaway: At Last

Read "At Last" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


It takes a certain degree of nerve to take on “At Last," Mack Gordon and Harry Warren's classic ballad. Etta James' definitive recording is the standard by which most--if not all--renderings are judged. Singer Ann Hampton Callaway has that nerve, and then some. Callaway, a performer in the Broadway musical Swing!, composed and ...

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Lauren White: At Last

Read "At Last" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Musical suspicions are immediately raised when jazz singer Lauren White is described as a cross between Linda Ronstadt and Norah Jones. White is a twenty year-old native of Grapevine, Texas; a child prodigy singer from age four. She did, indeed, study with the same vocal coach as Jones, but the latter has little of White's smoky ...

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At Last

Label: Groove Note Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: My One and Only; All I Do Is Cry; Blue Bayou; Do You Remember; Mack The Knife; Love For Sale; Brand New Love; Superstar; My Funny Valentine; Why They Call It Falling; At Last.

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