Respect - The Very Best of Aretha Franklin CD Record

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Respect - The Very Best of Aretha Franklin

Disc: 1
1. Respect
2. Think
3. Spanish Harlem
4. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
5. I Say A Little Prayer
6. Son Of A Preacher Man
7. I Never Loved A Man
8. Chain Of Fools
9. Don't Play That Song
10. Angel
11. Border Song (Holy Moses)
12. Rocksteady
13. See Saw
14. The House That Jack Built
15. Oh No Not My Baby
16. Until You Come Back To Me
17. Good Times
18. Since You've Been Gone
19. You're All I Need To Get By
20. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing
21. Do Right Woman - Do Right Man
22. Share Your Love With Me
23. Something He Can Feel
24. Ain't No Way

Disc: 2
1. Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves
2. I Knew You Were Waiting
3. Through The Storm
4. Love All The Hurt Away
5. Willing To Forgive
6. Let It Be
7. Never Let Me Go
8. Night Time Is The Right Time
9. Call Me
10. Drown In My Tears
11. People Get Ready
12. My Song
13. Dark End Of The Street
14. Today I Sing The Blues
15. A Rose Is Still A Rose
16. Who's Zoomin' Who?
17. Freeway Of Love
18. Day Dreaming
19. Bridge Over Troubled Water

Respect features all the classic songs by the original Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. Rooted in a gospel tradition that was to inform her soul-charged sound, her impact on pop music, and in particular American pop music was profound.
It was the run of late-60s Atlantic hits featured here ("Respect", "Chain of Fools", "I Say A Little Prayer") that made her a star but as this "best of" shows, there was plenty more to come. Aretha was discovered all over again by a new generation in the 80s thanks to her role and performance ("Think") in hit musical The Blues Brothers. Riding high on a wave of success, duets with latter day icons followed like the epic "I Knew You Were Waiting" with stubble-faced George Michael and the anthemic "Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves" with self-proclaimed diva Annie Lennox. Respect is certainly due to the remarkable talent of Aretha Franklin and this double disc anthology thoroughly represents the diva in her full majesty. –-Carol Baines

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