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Amazing Grace

Aretha Franklin

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Amazing Grace

Aretha Franklin

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1
Mary, Don't You Weep
00:07:26

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Producer, Vocals, MainArtist - Pancho Morales, Congas - Inez Andrews, Writer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Inez Stephenson, Writer - Kenneth Lupper, Keyboards

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

2
Precious Lord, Take My Hand / You've Got a Friend (Medley)
00:05:44

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Jimmy Douglas, Engineer - Aretha Franklin, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - Carole King, Composer, Writer - GENE PAUL, Engineer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, Engineer - Wally Heider, Engineer - Tommy Dorsey, Composer, Writer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Frank Frazier, Composer, Writer - Kenneth Lupper, Keyboards - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

3
Old Landmark (with Rev. James Cleveland & The Southern California Community Choir)
00:03:40

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Jimmy Douglas, AssistantEngineer - Aretha Franklin, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano, FeaturedArtist - The Southern California Community Choir, FeaturedArtist, With Vocals - Kenneth Lupper, Keyboards - Adeline M Brunner, Writer - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

4
Give Yourself to Jesus
00:05:18

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Jimmy Douglas, AssistantEngineer - Aretha Franklin, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Robert Fryson, Writer - Kenneth Lupper, Keyboards - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

5
How I Got Over
00:04:18

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Jimmy Douglas, AssistantEngineer - Aretha Franklin, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Pancho Morales, Congas - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Ken Lupper, Organ - Clara Ward, Writer - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Director, Sound Director

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

6
What a Friend We Have in Jesus
00:06:05

Joseph Scriven, Writer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Jimmy Douglas, AssistantEngineer - Aretha Franklin, Producer, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Pancho Morales, Percussion - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Choir, Piano - Charles Converse, Writer - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Director

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

7
Amazing Grace
00:10:50

Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Jimmy Douglas, AssistantEngineer - Aretha Franklin, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - John Newton, Writer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Kenneth Lupper, Keyboards - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

8
Precious Memories
00:07:19

Jimmy Douglass, AssistantEngineer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Producer, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Traditional, Writer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Pancho Morales, Congas - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Kenneth Lupper, Organ - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

9
Climbing Higher Mountains
00:02:53

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Producer, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Traditional, Writer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Kenneth Lupper, Keyboards - Pancho Moreles, Congas

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

10
Remarks by Reverend C L. Franklin
00:01:48

Aretha Franklin, MainArtist - Rev. C L Franklin, Vocals, Writer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

11
God Will Take Care of You
00:08:45

Jimmy Douglass, AssistantEngineer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Producer, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Traditional, Writer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Pancho Morales, Percussion - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Kenneth Lupper, Keyboards

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

12
Wholy Holy
00:05:29

Jimmy Douglass, AssistantEngineer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - AL CLEVELAND, Writer - Renaldo Benson, Writer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Producer, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Marvin Gaye, Writer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Pancho Morales, Congas - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Choir - Ken Lupper, Organ - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Choir - Southern California Community Choir, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

13
You'll Never Walk Alone
00:06:44

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Jimmy Douglas, AssistantEngineer - Aretha Franklin, Producer, Arranger, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - Richard Rodgers, Writer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Oscar Hammerstein, Writer - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Piano - Southern California Community Choir, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

14
Never Grow Old
00:09:57

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Arif Mardin, Engineer - Jimmy Douglas, AssistantEngineer - Aretha Franklin, Arranger, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, AssistantEngineer - Traditional, Writer - Ray Thompson, Engineer - George Piros, AssistantEngineer - Wally Heider, Engineer - Rev. James Cleveland, Conductor, Piano - The Southern California Community Choir, Choir - Rev. Alexander Hamilton, Choir

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

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