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Aretha Now

Aretha Franklin

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1
Think
00:02:18

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Tenor Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - Ted White, Writer

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

2
I Say a Little Prayer
00:03:35

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Saxophone - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Burt Bacharach, Writer - Hal David, Writer - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Tony Studd, Trombone - TOM DOWD, Arranger

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

3
See Saw
00:02:44

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Steve Cropper, Writer - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Willie Bridges, Baritone Saxophone - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Tenor Saxophone - FLOYD NEWMAN, Baritone Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - Don Covay, Writer

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

4
Night Time Is the Right Time
00:04:47

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Tenor Saxophone - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Willie Bridges, Baritone Saxophone - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Tenor Saxophone - FLOYD NEWMAN, Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - Lew Herman, Writer

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

5
You Send Me
00:02:27

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Saxophone - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Willie Bridges, Baritone Saxophone - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Saxophone - FLOYD NEWMAN, Saxophone - Sam Cooke, Writer - TOM DOWD, Arranger

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

6
You're a Sweet Sweet Man
00:02:18

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Vocals - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Erma Franklin, Vocals - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Tommy Cogbill, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - King Curtis, Saxophone - Frank Wess, Flute - Haywood Henry, Saxophone - Melvin Lastie, Trumpet - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - Ronnie Shannon, Writer - Joe South, Guitar

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

7
I Take What I Want
00:02:32

Mabon Hodges, Writer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Spooner Oldham, Electric Piano - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Saxophone - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Isaac Hayes, Writer - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Saxophone - FLOYD NEWMAN, Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - David Porter, Writer

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

8
Hello Sunshine
00:03:02

Ronald Miller, Writer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Spooner Oldham, Organ - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Saxophone - 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, Saxophone, Writer - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Willie Bridges, Saxophone - BOBBY WOMACK, Guitar - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Frank Wess, Flute, Tenor Saxophone - Haywood Henry, Baritone Saxophone - Joe Newman, Trumpet - Melvin Lastie, Trumpet - Seldon Powell, Tenor Saxophone - Tony Studd, Trombone - FLOYD NEWMAN, Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - Jimmy Cliff, Writer

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

9
A Change
00:02:25

Dorian Burton, Writer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Jimmy Johnson, Guitar - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - BOBBY WOMACK, Guitar - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Joe Newman, Trumpet - Melvin Lastie, Trumpet - Tony Studd, Trombone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - CLYDE OTIS, Writer

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

10
I Can't See Myself Leaving You
00:03:00

Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Spooner Oldham, Electric Piano - Arif Mardin, Arranger - Andrew Love, Saxophone - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Tommy Cogbill, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Willie Bridges, Saxophone - Tony Studd, Trombone - Charles Chalmers, Saxophone - FLOYD NEWMAN, Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Arranger - Ronnie Shannon, Writer

© 1968 Atlantic Records ℗ 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp.

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