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Aretha Live at Fillmore West

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Rhino Handmade issued the Aretha Franklin/King Curtis Live at Fillmore West box collection in 2005 as a limited edition via their Internet-only site. This double disc collects the original Franklin album, presents it in gloriously remastered sound, and adds a bonus disc of alternate takes and unused songs from the four-night stand. The original LP was a double, and for good reason. Franklin used King Curtis' band, the Kingpins, for these dates -- after being persuaded by producer Jerry Wexler -- in lieu of her regular road band. It was a solid call on Wexler's part. The music here sparkles and crackles with the energy of a top-flight rhythm section -- Cornell Dupree on guitar, Bernard Purdie on drums, and Jerry Jemmott on bass, with Billy Preston on organ, Curtis on saxophone, and the Memphis Horns. The backing vocals were provided by Franklin's own crew, the Sweethearts of Soul (Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch, and Pat Smith). Whew! Franklin also plays a Fender Rhodes on four cuts, including "Eleanor Rigby," "Spirit in the Dark," "Don't Play That Song," and "Dr. Feelgood." In addition, there is a guest duet vocal by Ray Charles on "Spirit in the Dark." Beginning with "Respect" (a house-burning tear-up read), Franklin then digs deep into her pop song bag of tricks for "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and Stephen Stills' "Love the One You're With," and also redeems Bread's saccharine "Make It with You" -- all of them in the first set! The second set contains the originals "Spirit in the Dark," including a long reprise with Charles, and "Dr. Feelgood." The album-ending "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)," written by Ashford & Simpson, is a scorched-earth soul ballad that unites the entire crowd. The bonus material is just as righteous, with unused cuts such as "Call Me," "Mixed-Up Girl," "Share Your Love with Me," and "You're All I Need to Get By." The disc is filled out with alternate takes of nine album cuts that easily could have been included on the released version. In sum, it makes for the most dramatic and deeply satisfying of Aretha Franklin's live recordings, and is a historical document that every soul fan should own -- especially as a new and much improved package with great liner notes by David Nathan.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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1
Respect Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971
00:03:56

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Otis Redding, Writer - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Solo Saxophone - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Piano - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Pancho Morales, Congas Drums - Memphis Horns, Brass

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

2
Love the One You're With Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971
00:04:22

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Stephen Stills, Writer - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Solo Saxophone - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Piano - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Pancho Morales, Congas Drums - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

3
Bridge Over Troubled Water Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971
00:05:49

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Solo Saxophone - Paul Simon, Writer - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - TOM DOWD, Producer - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Piano - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Pancho Morales, Congas - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

4
Eleanor Rigby Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971
00:02:33

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Eddie Hinton, Guitar - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Vocals - King Curtis, Saxophone - John Lennon, Writer - Paul Mccartney, Writer - Jerry Jemmott, Guitar - David Hood, Guitar - BARRY BECKETT, Piano - Brenda Bryant, Vocals - Margaret Branch, Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Pat Smith, Vocals - Truman Thomas, Piano - Pancho Morales, Congas - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp.

5
Make It With You Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971
00:04:32

Arif Mardin, Arranger - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Saxophone - DAVID GATES, Writer - Jerry Jemmott, Bass - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Larry Wilcox, Horns Arranger - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble - Pancho Moreles, Congas - Bernard Burdie, Drums

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

6
Don't Play That Song Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971
00:03:17

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Betty Nelson, Writer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - AHMET ERTEGUN, Writer - King Curtis, Saxophone - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - TOM DOWD, Horns Arranger - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Pancho Morales, Congas - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp.

7
Dr. Feelgood Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971
00:07:04

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Arif Mardin, Horns Arranger - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - King Curtis, Saxophone - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Ted White, Writer - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Piano - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Pancho Morales, Congas - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp.

8
Spirit in the Dark Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 7, 1971
00:05:20

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - King Curtis, Saxophone - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Pancho Morales, Congas - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

9
Spirit in the Dark [Reprise wtih Ray Charles] [Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 7, 1971]
00:08:39

Mike Utley, Keyboards - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Ray Charles, Electric Piano, Vocals - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - King Curtis, Saxophone - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Almeda Lattimore, Backing Vocals - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Sammy Creason, Drums - Tommy McClure, Bass Guitar - Charlie Freeman, Guitar - JIM DICKINSON, Keyboards - Pancho Morales, Congas - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

10
Reach out and Touch (Somebody's Hand) Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 7, 1971
00:02:39

Arif Mardin, Arranger - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Saxophone - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Brenda Bryant, Backing Vocals - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - NICKOLAS ASHFORD, Writer - Valerie Simpson, Writer - Truman Thomas, Electric Piano - Memphis Horns, Brass Ensemble - Pancho Moreles, Congas - Bernard Burdie, Drums

1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

Descriptif de l'album

Rhino Handmade issued the Aretha Franklin/King Curtis Live at Fillmore West box collection in 2005 as a limited edition via their Internet-only site. This double disc collects the original Franklin album, presents it in gloriously remastered sound, and adds a bonus disc of alternate takes and unused songs from the four-night stand. The original LP was a double, and for good reason. Franklin used King Curtis' band, the Kingpins, for these dates -- after being persuaded by producer Jerry Wexler -- in lieu of her regular road band. It was a solid call on Wexler's part. The music here sparkles and crackles with the energy of a top-flight rhythm section -- Cornell Dupree on guitar, Bernard Purdie on drums, and Jerry Jemmott on bass, with Billy Preston on organ, Curtis on saxophone, and the Memphis Horns. The backing vocals were provided by Franklin's own crew, the Sweethearts of Soul (Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch, and Pat Smith). Whew! Franklin also plays a Fender Rhodes on four cuts, including "Eleanor Rigby," "Spirit in the Dark," "Don't Play That Song," and "Dr. Feelgood." In addition, there is a guest duet vocal by Ray Charles on "Spirit in the Dark." Beginning with "Respect" (a house-burning tear-up read), Franklin then digs deep into her pop song bag of tricks for "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and Stephen Stills' "Love the One You're With," and also redeems Bread's saccharine "Make It with You" -- all of them in the first set! The second set contains the originals "Spirit in the Dark," including a long reprise with Charles, and "Dr. Feelgood." The album-ending "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)," written by Ashford & Simpson, is a scorched-earth soul ballad that unites the entire crowd. The bonus material is just as righteous, with unused cuts such as "Call Me," "Mixed-Up Girl," "Share Your Love with Me," and "You're All I Need to Get By." The disc is filled out with alternate takes of nine album cuts that easily could have been included on the released version. In sum, it makes for the most dramatic and deeply satisfying of Aretha Franklin's live recordings, and is a historical document that every soul fan should own -- especially as a new and much improved package with great liner notes by David Nathan.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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