I Say A Little Prayer - Aretha Franklin - Arethas Gold (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The original vinyl LP version of this title showed up in stores in the summer of '69, and had the queen's photo centered against a suitably gold background. It gathered the first two-year run of Atlantic singles, all of which, with the exception of 'The House That Jack Built,' had appeared on preceding studio albums.
  2. NOTE: Any review written before June 24, is not talking about THIS vinyl reissue. Friday Music has once again fixed and reissued a much needed album in everyone's collection. Aretha smokes here on her greatest Atlantic hits as of What you would think /5(57).
  3. Jan 10,  · A classic moment in time: Dionne and Aretha performing "I Say A Little Prayer" from Season 1 - Episode 31 of SOLID GOLD, which aired in The arrangement.
  4. Circa early 's pressing similar to Aretha Franklin - Aretha's Gold but with different label layout (track timings before publishers) and different publishers for "Respect" (W.B. Music rather than Essex) and "I Say A Little Prayer" (Jonathan rather than Belinda). "White" (Ted White) is incorrectly credited as co-writer on "Ain't No Way".
  5. Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available. Rhino Records re-emphasizes the importance of both keeping music history alive and maintaining tradition, with another installment of their Start Your Ear Off Right campaign which returns in with vinyl titles from some of the most celebrated acts in music including: Alice Cooper, Aretha Franklin, Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash.
  6. Feb 05,  · Aretha Franklin: "Aretha's Gold" MFSL SACD. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by rxcory, Jan 25, I Say a Little Prayer See Saw (a vinyl only release) and that Ray Charles "Genius" album, which Steve Hoffman has had a chance to remaster himself, but I applaud their attempts at these odd titles, with the hope that Rob or.
  7. The Queen of Soul’s first few years on Atlantic were so fruitful on the charts that she was already ready for this "best-of" come This reached #18 in its own right: "I Never Loved a Man (the Way I Love You)," "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man," "Respect," "Dr. Feelgood," "Baby I Love You," "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," "Chain of Fools," "Think," "I Say a Little Prayer," "The.
  8. Aretha Franklin will be forever known as The Queen Of Soul and one of the original classic soul pioneers like Ray Charles, Otis Redding and Wilson Pickett who had a knack of mastering funk grooves drenched in gospel, soul, rock and pop. Aretha created some of the greatest sides of all-time for Atlantic, where she spent almost two decades producing some of the most masterful and beautiful soul.
  9. Written-By – Aretha Franklin, Ted White: B2: Ain't No Way Written-By – Carolyn Franklin: B3: Think Written-By – Aretha Franklin, Ted White: B4: You Send Me Written-By – Sam Cooke: B5: The House That Jack Built Written-By – Bobby Lance*, Fran Robbins* B6: I Say A Little Prayer Written-By – Burt Bacharach.

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