Lady Soul - Lady Soul album download
|My Mind's Made Up||4:55|
|Don't Forget About Me||4:27|
|(I'm Gonna) Give U All My Love||4:13|
|Just Call My Name||4:22|
|Nobody Can Tell Me||4:09|
|I Wanna Be Your Baby||4:30|
|You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else||4:47|
|Feels Like The First Time||4:10|
|Can You Find A Place In Your Heart||4:56|
|If My Sister's In Trouble||4:01|
|BI-61332-2, R-1109||Lady Soul||Lady Soul (LP, Album)||Boston International Records, Sampony||BI-61332-2, R-1109||South Korea||1992|
|BI-61332-2||Lady Soul||Lady Soul (CD, Album)||Boston International Records||BI-61332-2||US||1992|
|BI-61332-4, 61332-4||Lady Soul||Lady Soul (Cass, Album)||Boston International Records, Boston International Records||BI-61332-4, 61332-4||US||1992|
|BI-61332-2||Lady Soul||Lady Soul (Cass, Album)||Boston International Records, Pony Canyon, Musica||BI-61332-2||Indonesia||1992|
Lady Soul is the twelfth studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin released on January 22, 1968, by Atlantic Records. The album was her second R&B chart-topper, the follow-up to Aretha Arrives and included some of her biggest hit singles, "Chain of Fools" ( Pop), and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" ( Pop), and "(Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone" ( Pop). It eventually sold over a million copies in the United States alone.
Her performances were more impassioned than on her debut, and the material just as strong, an inspired blend of covers and originals from the best songwriters in soul and pop music. The opener, "Chain of Fools," became the biggest hit, driven by a chorus of cascading echoes by Franklin and her bedrock backing vocalists, the Sweet Impressions, plus the unforgettable, earthy guitar work of guest Joe South.
Aretha Franklin – Lady Soul. Etichetta: Atlantic – 8176-2. Paese: US. Uscita: Genere: Funk, Soul. Elenco tracce Nascondi Riconoscimenti.
The front cover image was a concert close-up, soft-focus and regal: Aretha, bejeweled, with a mic in her manicured hand and a mighty up-do crown, so tall that the photo crops off the top. On the back cover were notes by Jon Landau, identified as a writer for Crawdaddy! and Rolling Stone, a magazine roughly two months old when the album dropped in January 1968. Like all her best work, the rest of Lady Soul included, it will endure. In This Article: Aretha Franklin, Aretha's Greatest Albums. Want more Rolling Stone?
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