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After battling drug and alcohol addictions, James returned with her first studio album in nine years in 1989 titled, Seven Year Itch on Island Records . Her two albums in the early 90s for Island and later Elektra, varied in style from contemporary to Soul, but James eventually settled in on the Private Music label. [1] Recording a total of ten albums for the label between 1997 and 2002, her albums included variations of contemporary blues to traditional Jazz, such as her 1997 tribute album to Billie Holiday titled, Mystery Lady: Songs of Billie Holiday. [2] In 2004, she signed with RCA Victor and released Blues to the Bone that same year, followed by a Pop standards release, All the Way , in 2006. [1]

Dueting with Harvey Fuqua , James recorded for Argo Records (later renamed Cadet Records ), a label established by Chess. Her first hit singles with Fuqua were "If I Can't Have You" and " Spoonful ". Her first solo hit was the doo-wop–styled rhythm-and-blues song " All I Could Do Was Cry ", which was a number two R&B hit. [14] Chess Records co-founder Leonard Chess envisioned James as a classic ballad stylist who had potential to cross over to the pop charts and soon surrounded the singer with violins and other string instruments. [14] The first string-laden ballad James recorded was "My Dearest Darling" in May 1960, which peaked in the top five of the R&B chart. James sang background vocals for her labelmate Chuck Berry on his " Back in the . " [15] [16]

Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher came to Fort Macleod in 1875. Mr. Gallagher was born at Castlebar, Co. Mayo, Ireland in 1850 and died at Fort Macleod in 1920. In 1872 he married Helen (Ellen) MacDonald, who was born in Co. Cork, Ireland and died at Fort Macleod in 1918. They had six children. He came to Canada in 1872. He joined the NWMP in 1875 and was sent to Fort Macleod. He served until 1881, then homesteaded the N 1/2-10-9-W5 and NE 1/4-18-9-W5. He ran several hundred head of cattle but lost most of his herd in the blizzards of 1886-87. He then started raising wheat and vegetables.

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