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Young, Gifted and Black

Aretha Franklin

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1
Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)
Aretha Franklin
00:03:43

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Eric Gale, Bass Guitar - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Arif Mardin, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Engineer, Horns Arranger - Jim Doris, Writer - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - GENE PAUL, Engineer - Hugh McCracken, Bass Guitar - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - Donny Hathaway, Organ - TOM DOWD, Producer - Al Jackson Jr, Drums - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Recording Corp. for the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

2
Day Dreaming
Aretha Franklin
00:04:03

Hubert Laws, Flute - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Horns Arranger - Erma Franklin, Backing Vocals - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Donny Hathaway, Electric Piano - TOM DOWD, Producer - Don Arnone, Acoustic Guitar - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Ann S. Clark, Backing Vocals

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

3
Rock Steady
Aretha Franklin
00:03:15

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Andrew Love, Tenor Saxophone - Erma Franklin, Backing Vocals - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - Donny Hathaway, Organ - TOM DOWD, Producer, Brass Arranger - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Robert Popwell, Percussion - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Ron Albert, Engineer - Howard Albert, Engineer - Chuck Kirkpatrick, Engineer - Jack Adams, Engineer - Ann S. Clark, Backing Vocals - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

4
Young, Gifted and Black
Aretha Franklin
00:03:34

Weldon Irvine, Writer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Gene Orloff, Conductor - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Horns Arranger - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - TOM DOWD, Producer - Billy Preston, Organ - Ray Lucas, Drums - Nina Simone, Writer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

5
All the King's Horses
Aretha Franklin
00:03:55

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - Donny Hathaway, Hammond Organ - TOM DOWD, Producer - Ron Albert, Engineer - Howard Albert, Engineer - Neil Rosengarden, Vibraphone - Chuck Kirkpatrick, Engineer - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

6
A Brand New Me
Aretha Franklin
00:04:27

Kenneth Gamble, Writer - Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Eric Gale, Bass Guitar - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Arif Mardin, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Engineer - al jackson jr., Drums - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - GENE PAUL, Engineer - Hugh McCracken, Guitar - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - Jerry Butler, Writer - Theresa Bell, Writer - Donny Hathaway, Organ - TOM DOWD, Producer - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

7
April Fools
Aretha Franklin
00:03:32

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Hubert Laws, Flute - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Horns Arranger - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Electric Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - Burt Bacharach, Writer - Hal David, Writer - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - TOM DOWD, Producer - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Ron Albert, Engineer - Howard Albert, Engineer - Chuck Kirkpatrick, Engineer - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Ann S. Clark, Backing Vocals - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

8
I've Been Loving You Too Long
Various Interprets
00:03:35

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Andrew Love, Tenor Saxophone - Erma Franklin, Backing Vocals - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Otis Redding, Writer - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - Jerry Butler, Writer - Donny Hathaway, Organ - TOM DOWD, Producer, Horns Arranger - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Robert Popwell, Bass Guitar - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Ron Albert, Engineer - Howard Albert, Engineer - Chuck Kirkpatrick, Engineer - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Ann S. Clark, Backing Vocals - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

9
First Snow in Kokomo
Various Interprets
00:04:04

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Mabon Hodges, Writer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Spooner Oldham, Electric Piano - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Horns Arranger - Andrew Love, Saxophone - Erma Franklin, Backing Vocals - Roger Hawkins, Drums - Isaac Hayes, Writer - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - GENE PAUL, Engineer - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - Donny Hathaway, Organ - Jerry Jemmott, Bass Guitar - Willie Bridges, Saxophone - Charles Chalmers, Saxophone - FLOYD NEWMAN, Saxophone - TOM DOWD, Producer - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - David Porter, Writer - Neil Rosengarden, Trumpet - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Ann S. Clark, Backing Vocals - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

10
The Long and Winding Road
Various Interprets
00:03:38

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Carolyn Franklin, Backing Vocals - Gene Orloff, Conductor - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Engineer, Horns Arranger - Erma Franklin, Backing Vocals - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, Engineer - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - John Lennon, Writer - Paul Mccartney, Writer - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Ray Lucas, Drums - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Ann S. Clark, Backing Vocals - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

11
Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)
Various Interprets
00:03:42

Jimmy Douglass, Assistant Engineer - Hubert Laws, Flute - Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - Arif Mardin, Producer, Engineer - Bernard Purdie, Drums - Cornell Dupree, Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - GENE PAUL, Engineer - LEW HAHN, Assistant Engineer - TOM DOWD, Producer - Margaret Branch, Backing Vocals - Pat Smith, Backing Vocals - Thomas Bell, Writer - WILLIAM HART, Writer - Jack Adams, Assistant Engineer - Ann S. Clark, Backing Vocals - Don Cassale, Assistant Engineer

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

12
Border Song (Holy Moses)
Aretha Franklin
00:03:19

Jerry Wexler, Producer - Chuck Rainey, Bass Guitar - J.R. Bailey, Backing Vocals - Arif Mardin, Producer - Cornell Dupree, Bass Guitar - Aretha Franklin, Piano, Vocals, MainArtist - The Sweet Inspirations, Backing Vocals - Bernie Taupin, Writer - Elton John, Writer - TOM DOWD, Producer - Sammy Turner, Backing Vocals - Ronald Bright, Backing Vocals - Billy Preston, Organ - Ray Lucas, Drums

© 1972 Atlantic Records ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

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