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Think - Aretha Franklin - Aretha Franklin (CD)

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  1. Malaktilar says:
    Rhino's Aretha's Best is notable for attempting to squeeze highlights of every era of Aretha's career onto one disc. Unfortunately, the compilers threw logic and chronology out the window, preferring to vacillate between classic Atlantic recordings and very good latter-day Arista recordings.5/5(2).
  2. Fauktilar says:
    All of Aretha's best and most popular songs are here for the most avid and discerning fan's auditory delight. From the colossal 'Respect' -- erupting with anger and sexual tension -- to the hip-hop and funky 'Rose is Still a Rose', this album truly offers the greatest of Aretha Franklin's inimitable voice and style/5(56).
  3. Nazil says:
    Jun 29,  · Jennifer Hudson is demanding that you put some respect on her name, during her glorifying debut as Aretha Franklin in the new biopic trailer. The .
  4. Mibei says:
    Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of R&B and Hip-Hop Deep Soul CDs. Buy Aretha Franklin's album titled Gospel Greats to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to another music lover!Price: $
  5. Goltinos says:
    Apr 02,  · Aretha Franklin; Album Think; Licensed to YouTube by AdRev for a 3rd Party, WMG (on behalf of Atlantic Records); LatinAutor, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, BMI - .
  6. Dirr says:
    Aug 30,  · Analyzed: Aretha Franklin / Aretha () (+4) [UK CD]DR Peak RMS Duration Track DR10 dB dB Come To Me DR10 dB dB Can't Turn You Loose DR11 dB dB United Together /5().
  7. Dairan says:
    Think This song is by Aretha Franklin and appears on the album Aretha Now () on the movie soundtrack The Blues Brothers () by The Blues Brothers on the compilation album 30 Greatest Hits () on the album Through The Storm () on the compilation album 19 Grandes Exitos () on the compilation album Aretha's Best () on the movie soundtrack Bridget Jones: The Edge Of .
  8. Kazilkis says:
    Aretha Louise Franklin (March 25, – August 16, ) was an American singer, songwriter, pianist, and civil rights activist. Franklin began her career as a child singing gospel at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan, where her father C. L. Franklin was minister. At the age of 18, she embarked on a secular-music career as a recording artist for Columbia Records.

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