Label: Rhino Records - R2 71933 • Series: Atlantic & ATCO Remasters Series,Five Star Soul • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Repress • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul
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It eventually sold over a million copies in the United States alone. The album was reissued on Rhino Records in a deluxe edition in The album was rated the 29th best album of the s by Pitchfork.
Reviews Review Policy. Classic Soul. Flag as inappropriate. See more. The Essentials: Otis Redding. Otis Redding. Marvin Gaye. Soul 60's Party. Greatest Hits. The Supremes. Etta James. Aretha Franklin Albums. Aretha Franklin. Aretha Franklin With An Orchid - Yanni - If I Could Tell You the Great Diva Classics is the thirty-eighth and final studio album by American recording artist Aretha Franklin and was released on October 17, It features ten covers of songs made famous by female recording artists.
This was Aretha's first recording for RCA Records, her first studio (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Mono Single Version) - Aretha Franklin - Lady Soul to be released under a major label in 11 years, and her first (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Mono Single Version) - Aretha Franklin - Lady Soul since to be executive produced by Clive Davis, her boss at Arista Records, which has since folded into RCA.
It is also her last studio album of entirely original recordings created prior to her death, as the subsequent album A Brand New Me features vintage vocal performances from the s and s paired with newer orchestral arrangements. Clive Davis called the album "purely and simply sensational" and said of Aretha Franklin, "She's on fire and vocally in absolutely peak form.
What a thrill to see this peerless artist still showing the way, still sending shivers up your spine, still demonstrating that all contemporary music needs right now is the voice. What a voice. This Christmas Aretha. So Damn Happy. Her first studio album in five years, it included the Grammy Award-winning track "Wonderful".
Shortly after its release, Franklin left Arista after a stay of 23 years. She later announced plans to start her own Detroit-based record label, Aretha Records. It was released on March 10, by Arista Records. With the latter acts producing most of the album, A Rose Is Still a Rose deviated from the adult contemporary sound of Franklin's older work.
Most critics praised the album, calling it a return to form for Franklin and ranking it alongside her best late career albums. It peaked at on Billboard's album chart, dropping off after seven weeks.
This was Aretha's first new release in the Nielsen SoundScan era. Through the Storm Expanded Edition. Through the Storm. Through the Storm is the thirty-second studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin. It was released on April 27,by Arista Records.
Despite the number 16 Billboard Hot hit title track, the album was not a commercial success; it reached number 55 on the Billboard The album was remastered and re-released as an "Expanded Edition" in December by Funky Town Grooves, with bonus tracks and a second CD of material.
However, this release had modest sales, peaking at on Billboard's album chart, and paled in comparison to If I Ever Lose My Faith In You - Various - SNL25 - Saturday Night Live, The Musical Performances legendary classic Amazing Grace recording. An abridged single CD was also issued removing two tracks. The edited structure of the original double vinyl edition is retained to preserve the original album experience.
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