Aretha Franklin - Aretha's Greatest Hits mp3 album
Greatest Hits is a 1998 Aretha Franklin compilation. It, along with 2001's Aretha's Best, are the only greatest hits compilations that cover both her hits on Atlantic Records (1967-1979) and Arista Records (1980-1998). Disc 1. "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" (with George Michael). I Say a Little Prayer". (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman". I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)".
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). If you're someone that's new to the late Ms. Franklin's massive singing career, this 30 song set is a good place to start. Nothing but some of her greatest hits. The bad news: you'll need to check out some of her other songs in other collections, like the Sparkle album, her Columbia jazz stuff-which isn't bad as some might think-Columbia just didn't let Aretha be Aretha, thankfully Atlantic fixed that issue once she started to work for them in 1967. 5 starts just for this collection of songs alone.
Aretha Franklin, who died on August 16th at age 76, recorded more than 40 full-length albums in her six-decade career. It’s a deep catalog, crowded with indisputable classics and hidden gems. Rolling Stone’s music staff is paying its . Over two days in January 1972, a 29-year-old Aretha Franklin went back to where it all started
Aretha's Jazz Aretha Franklin. A Brand New Me: Aretha Franklin (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra). Amazing Grace: The Complete Recordings (Live).
Aretha Franklin’s 1985 album 30 Greatest Hits shot to No. 7 on the Billboard 200 albums chart this week, just four days after her death from pancreatic cancer in Detroit. As Billboard reports, the album moved 35,000 copies this week, with the vast majority coming on August 16, the day of her death. Considering August 16 was the final day of the tracking week, it seems likely that the album will chart even higher next week. The greatest hits collection includes many of Franklin’s most well-known songs, like Respect, (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, and I Say a Little Prayer
Aretha's Greatest Hits released: 1971. This Girl's in Love With You released: 1970. Sweet Bitter Love released: 1970. Aretha Franklin’s 30 Greatest Hits climbs 7-6, granting the diva her highest-charting album in 50 years. 30 Greatest Hits ascends with 52,000 units earned in the tracking week (up 49 percent), with 18,000 of that sum coming from traditional album sales (up 47 percent).