Aretha Franklin Aretha Arrives (Édition Studio Masters)

Aretha Arrives (Édition Studio Masters)

Aretha Franklin

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Released on September 19, 2012 by Rhino Atlantic

Main artist: Aretha Franklin

Genre: Soul/Funk/R&B > Soul

Distinctions: The Qobuz Standard (January 2014) - Hi-Res Audio (May 2013)

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Album : 1 disk - 11 tracks Total length : 00:36:12

  1. 1 Satisfaction

    Aretha Franklin, MainArtist - KEITH RICHARDS, Writer - MICK JAGGER, Writer Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  2. 2 You Are My Sunshine

    Charles Mitchell, Writer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Erma Franklin, Backing Vocals - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Tommy Cogbill, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Davis, Writer - Willie Bridges, Saxophone - Melvin Lastie, Trumpet - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Tenor Saxophone - Joe South, Guitar Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  3. 3 Never Let Me Go

    Jerry Wexler, Producer - Spooner Oldham, Electric Piano - Joe Scott, Writer - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - Ralph Burns, Brass Arranger, String Arranger - Truman Thomas, Organ Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  4. 4 96 Tears

    Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Rudy Martinez, Writer - Gary Illingworth, Piano - Jerry Weaver, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - John Wilson, Trumpet - Wyline Ivy, Backing Vocals - Charnessa Jones, Backing Vocals - David Squire, Saxophone - Donald Townes, Conductor, Trumpet - Donald Waldon, Tenor Saxophone - George Davison, Drums - Miller Briske, Tenor Saxophone - Rene Pitts, Trombone - Roderick Hicks, Bass Guitar - Russell Conway, Trumpet - Ron Jackson, Trumpet Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  5. 5 Prove It

    Spooner Oldham, Electric Piano - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - Ralph Burns, Brass Arranger, String Arranger - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Horace Ott, Writer - Joe South, Guitar - Ted Somers, Band Member - Randy Evretts, Writer Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  6. 6 Night Life

    Walt Breeland, Writer - Paul Buskirk, Writer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - Willie Nelson, Writer - Wyline Ivy, Backing Vocals - Charnessa Jones, Backing Vocals - Donald Townes, Conductor Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  7. 7 That's Life

    Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Dean Kay, Writer - Kelly Gordon, Writer - Gary Illingworth, Piano - Jerry Weaver, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - John Wilson, Trumpet - Wyline Ivy, Backing Vocals - Charnessa Jones, Backing Vocals - David Squire, Saxophone - Donald Townes, Conductor, Trumpet - Donald Waldon, Tenor Saxophone - George Davison, Drums - Miller Briske, Tenor Saxophone - Rene Pitts, Trombone - Roderick Hicks, Bass Guitar - Russell Conway, Trumpet - Ron Jackson, Trumpet Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  8. 8 I Wonder

    Spooner Oldham, Electric Piano - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - Ralph Burns, Brass Arranger, String Arranger - Joe South, Guitar - Cecil Grant, Writer - Raymond Leveen, Writer Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  9. 9 Ain't Nobody (Gonna Turn Me Around)

    Carolyn Franklin, Writer - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Arif Mardin, Brass Arranger - Charlie Chalmers, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - King Curtis, Tenor Saxophone - Willie Bridges, Saxophone - Melvin Lastie, Trumpet - Tony Studd, Trombone - Joe South, Guitar Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  10. 10 Going Down Slow

    Spooner Oldham, Organ - Charlie Chalmers, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Arranger, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Tenor Saxophone - Traditional, Writer - Willie Bridges, Tenor Saxophone - Melvin Lastie, Trumpet - Tony Studd, Trombone - Joe South, Guitar - St. Louis Jimmy Oden, Writer Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

  11. 11 Baby, I Love You

    Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Arif Mardin, Brass Arranger - Erma Franklin, Backing Vocals - Charlie Chalmers, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Tenor Saxophone - Willie Bridges, Saxophone - Melvin Lastie, Trumpet - Tony Studd, Trombone - Ronnie Shannon, Writer - Joe South, Acoustic Guitar Copyright : 1967 Atlantic Records 1967 Atlantic Records

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