TRIBUTE: Celebrating 50 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You’
Happy 50th Anniversary to Aretha Franklin’s I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You, originally Buddy Holly (and later after Franklin left Columbia, The Beatles) was in charge of making Aretha Franklin a star. It was destined to fail. After five lackluster years at Columbia, Franklin declined released March 10, 1967. Even though Aretha Franklin already had ten studio albums under her belt by the Aretha Franklin to the world as the Aretha Franklin we’ve come to know as “The Queen of Soul.” As a child, Franklin TRIBUTE: Celebrating 50 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You’
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools” (1967)
Song Stuck in Our Heads Today: Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools” (1967) ARTIST: Aretha Franklin TITLE: “Chain of Fools” (Originally released as a single in 1967) ALBUM: Lady Soul (1968) BUY: Amazon | iTunes WATCH/LISTEN: Aretha Franklin “Chain of Fools” was originally released as a single in 1967 and appears on Aretha Franklin’s 1968 album ‘Lady Soul’
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 50 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Lady Soul’
-December of 1967, Aretha Franklin was relishing the fruits of a breakthrough in her seven-year career TRIBUTE: Celebrating 50 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Lady Soul’ husband, Ted White. Her sister, Carolyn Franklin once revealed in an interview: “Aretha didn’t write Aretha Franklin . Aretha Franklin was inaugurated as “the Queen of Soul” during her sweeping breakthrough of 1967. But Happy 50th Anniversary to Aretha Franklin’s fourteenth studio album Lady Soul, originally released
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 45 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Young, Gifted and Black’
Happy 45th Anniversary to Aretha Franklin’s Young, Gifted and Black, originally released January 24 know it’s a fact?” At the dawn of the 1970s, Aretha Franklin was on the ropes. The trying demands Aretha Franklin TRIBUTE: Celebrating 45 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Young, Gifted and Black’
Happy Birthday to Aretha Franklin, Born March 25, 1942
Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Aretha Franklin’s musical legacy and share your personal memories of her with us. Happy Birthday to Aretha Franklin, Born March 25, 1942 personal memories of her with us in the comments below! Born: March 25, 1942 Biography (AllMusic): Aretha Franklin is one of the giants of soul music, and indeed of American pop as a whole. More than any Aretha Franklin Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Aretha Franklin’s musical legacy and share your
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Sparkle’
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 40 Years of Aretha Franklin’s ‘Sparkle’ , however, with deeper listens, there’s more to this thought. This isn’t merely an “Aretha Franklin Sings from the mainstream in Aretha Franklin’s career. Instead, it is her most consistently exciting album in startling similarities between Aretha Franklin and Curtis Mayfield from the very beginning, decades before later. BUY Aretha Franklin’s Sparkle via Amazon | iTunes LISTEN: Aretha Franklin Happy 40th Anniversary to Aretha Franklin’s Sparkle, originally released May 27, 1976. “So much
50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Aretha Franklin’sAretha Live at Fillmore West’ (1971)
” below to explore each album or view the full album index here. ARETHA FRANKLIN | Aretha Live at live albums. However, Aretha Live at Fillmore West lets her spread her wings a bit and delve into Aretha Franklin 50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time: Aretha Franklin’sAretha Live at Fillmore West’ (1971) Fillmore West Atlantic (1971) Selected by Sonya Alexander "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin has numerous
Aretha Franklin’s ‘Hey Now Hey (The Other Side of the Sky)’ Turns 45 | An Anniversary Retrospective
Happy 45th Anniversary to Aretha Franklin’s twenty-first studio album Hey Now Hey (The Other Side Side of the Sky) presents Aretha Franklin at her most esoteric. Stretching across psychedelia, funk Aretha Franklin’s ‘Hey Now Hey (The Other Side of the Sky)’ Turns 45 | An Anniversary Retrospective Aretha Franklin’s twenty-first album, 1973’s Hey Now Hey (The Other Side of the Sky), falls under two of the Sky)’ presents Aretha Franklin at her most esoteric. Aretha Franklin
Happy 75th Birthday to Carole King, Born February 9, 1942
Beatles), Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel) Like a Natural Woman," and the Crystals' controversial everyone from the Beatles to Aretha Franklin. Born Carole Klein on February 9, 1942 in Brooklyn, New York
Where Do We Go from Here…Thank You for Your 8 Years of Service [A Playlist for The Obamas]
, Wind & Fire, David Bowie, Aretha Franklin, Common, U2, Public Enemy, and Miles Davis, among many
WATCH: Len Xiang, the Finest Voice You’ve (Likely) Never Heard, Performs on BRIC TV’s ‘B-Side’
rendition of Aretha Franklin’s “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man” and haunting cover of Depeche Mode’s “Personal
WATCH: Remembering the ‘Timeless Voice’ of Eva Cassidy [Documentary]
compositions made famous by the likes of Aretha Franklin, Judy Garland, Cyndi Lauper, Curtis Mayfield, and
Albumism Welcomes Brandon Ousley as Our Newest Contributor
check out his great work, including his debut articles: a stellar revisiting of Aretha Franklin’s classic
WELCOME BACK WAX: En Vogue’s ‘Funky Divas’ Returns to Vinyl This Week
Aretha Franklin indebted “Giving Him Something He Can Feel,” Funky Divas remains the group’s most
Happy Birthday to CeCe Peniston, Born September 6, 1969
at private engagements for Aretha Franklin's private birthday party in Detroit, Michigan, Pope John
100 Most Dynamic Debut Albums: Sade’s ‘Diamond Life’ (1984)
pop, the other popular soul singers during this time were established legends like Aretha Franklin and
INTERVIEW: Gordon Chambers Feels the Music, Finds the Truth
the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin, or who he jokingly calls “a woman with testosterone,” direction Live at Fillmore West (1971) Aretha Franklin | Amazing Grace (1972) Pat Methany Group (1974) Stevie Wonder | Songs in the Key of Life (1976) Donny Hathaway | Live (1972) Aretha Franklin | Aretha
IN MEMORIAM 2016: Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Vanity
don’t think I’m a great Aretha Franklin. I’m not a Diana Ross, you know? I’m Vanity, and I’m
ALBUM REVIEW: En Vogue’s Vibrant ‘Electric Café’ Crackles with Soul
Can Feel"—a remake of the Aretha Franklin classic featured on their sophomore album Funky Divas (1992
NEW MUSIC WE LOVE: Prince’s “Mary Don’t You Weep”
century of history, that’s subsequently been recorded by everyone from Aretha Franklin to Bruce
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