THE INDISPENSABLE (INTEGRALE 1956-1962) by ARETHA FRANKLIN Compact Disc Double FA5735

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THE INDISPENSABLE (INTEGRALE 1956-1962)
by ARETHA FRANKLIN
Compact Disc Double

 

FA5735

Tracklist

Disc 1
Songs Of Faith
1 There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood 4:27
2 Take My Hand Precious Lord (Part One) 2:23
3 Take My Hand Precious Lord (Part Two) 2:51
4 You Grow Closer 2:42
5 Never Grow Old 2:55
6 The Day Is Past And Gone 4:58
7 He Will Wash You White As Snow 4:19
8 While The Blood Runs Warm 3:05
9 Yield Not To Temptation 2:58
Aretha With The Ray Bryant Combo
10 Today I Sing The Blues 2:46
11 Love Is The Only Thing 2:43
12 Right Now 2:22
13 Over The Rainbow 2:38
14 All Night Long 3:05
15 (Blue) By Myself 2:38
16 Sweet Lover 3:22
17 Won't Be Long 3:20
18 It Ain't Necessarily So 3:07
19 Who Needs You ? 2:50
20 Are You Sure 2:40
21 Maybe I'm A Fool 3:16
B-Sides
22 Operation Heartbreak 2:59
23 Trouble In Mind 2:14
Disc 2
The Electrifying Aretha Franklin
1 You Made Me Love You 2:16
2 I Told You So 2:41
3 Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody 2:22
4 Nobody Like You 2:20
5 Exactly Like You 2:34
6 It's So Heartbreaking 2:38
7 Rough Lover 2:45
8 Blue Holiday 2:52
9 Just For You 2:19
10 That Lucky Old Sun 3:18
11 I Surrender Dear 2:44
12 Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive 2:16
The Tender, The Moving, The Swinging Aretha Franklin
13 Don't Cry, Baby 3:20
14 Try A Little Tenderness 3:14
15 I Apologize 2:46
16 Without The One You Love 2:46
17 Look For The Silver Lining 3:03
18 I'm Sitting On The Top Of The World 2:41
19 Just For A Thrill 2:31
20 God Bless The Child 3:01
21 I'm Wandering 3:26
22 How Deep Is The Ocean 2:47
23 I Don't Know You Anymore 2:48
24 Lover Come Back To Me 2:35

Label: FREMEAUX & ASSOCIES

Aretha Franklin was the Queen of Soul and probably much more: the Queen of American singers, a much- disputed title her impressive discography can easily claim. This double album includes the first six years of her recordings, going forward from her beginnings as an exceptionally gifted gospel singer aged fourteen. She went on to become one of the most extraordinary vocalists in music history, thanks to the intensity of astounding recordings like “Today I Sing the Blues” or “Maybe I’m a Fool.”


Aretha helped define the American experience. In her voice, we could feel our history, all of it and in every shade — our power and our pain, our darkness and our light, our quest for redemption and our hard-won respect. May the Queen of Soul rest in eternal peace.” Barack OBAMA