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Aretha Franklin - Take A Look Full Album

Aretha Franklin - Take A Look Full Album Performer: Aretha Franklin
Title: Take A Look
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Category: Soul
Date of release: 05 Sep 1967
Country: US
Label: Columbia
Catalog number: CL 2754
Size MP3: 2310 mb
Size FLAC: 2524 mb
Rating: 4.9


1Won't Be Long
2Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
3Lee Cross
4Until You Were Gone
5I'll Keep On Smiling
6Follow Your Heart
7Take A Look
8Operation Heartbreak
9I Won't Cry Anymore
10Blue Holiday


Take a Look is a compilation album by Aretha Franklin. It was released on September 5, 1967, by Columbia Records. In Europe this album was released by CBS Records, and it was titled Soul, Soul, A Look: The Clyde Otis Sessions - Aretha Franklin. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. A Bit of Soul the full album as it was compiled in 1965, but never released , The Queen In Waiting includes Arethas last Columbia recordings produced by Bob Johnston, noted for his work during this period with Bob Dylan and songs that Columbia sweetened with new musicians after Aretha left the label. A bonus DVD, Aretha 64 Live on The Steve Allen Show, features Aretha singing and playing piano on the legendary comedians television program in the spring of 1964. Take a Look is a popular song produced and written by Clyde Otis in 1955. Franklin began her career in gospel when she was still a teenager, and her amazing vocal talents, coupled with her fine piano playing, marked her as a once-in-a-lifetime kind of artist, qualities very apparent to legendary talent scout John Hammond, who signed her to Columbia Records. The problem Hammond and Columbia immediately ran into, though, was how to best present that spirited voice to the secular pop world. Take a Look was the thirteenth studio album released by Aretha Franklin in 1967. The album was released by Columbia Records. In Europe this album was released by CBS Records, and it was titled Soul, Soul, Soul. Track listing. Watch the video for Take A Look from Aretha Franklin's Aretha Sings The Blues for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Aretha Franklin March 25, 1942 - August 16, 2018 was a Memphis, Tennessee born and Detroit, Michigan reared American iconic gospel, soul, and R&B singer, songwriter and pianist. Many have called her The Queen Of Soul and Lady Soul. She is renowned for her soul and R&B recordings on many, of which, she accompanied herself on keyboards and piano, a skill she learned at an early age, learning to play by ear, according to lifetime friend Smokey Robinson but was also adept at jazz, rock, blues, pop, and gospel. March 22, 2011 4:20AM ET. Take a Look: Aretha Franklin Complete on Columbia. David Fricke. From the summer of 1960, when 18-year-old Aretha Franklin made her first Columbia recordings, until January 1967, when she cut her torrid Atlantic debut, I Never Loved a Man The Way That I Love You, the Queen of Soul was royalty in waiting. A DVD in this set has five TV clips from 64, including one of Franklin at the piano, doing Dinah Washingtons 1944 hit Evil Gal Blues. Franklin was not yet Lady Soul, but she looks and sounds ready for her close-up. Listen to Wont Be Long : Gallery: The Weeks Hottest Live Shots. Template:Track listing Template:Track listing Template:Aretha Franklin. Categories: 1967 compilation albums. Aretha Franklin compilation albums. Columbia Records compilation albums. CBS Records compilation albums. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. The Electrifying Aretha Franklin 1962 presented the artist as torch singerchanteuse albeit a very earthy one, fully orchestrated with strings and orchestra. Her singing is excellent always, even if the setting is not. The present box set's title is based on Take A Look: The Clyde Otis Sessions 1967 released after Franklin had left Columbia and Atlantic had released the highly successful and influential I've Never Loved a Man the Way That I Love You 1967. Producer Clyde Otis pointed Franklin deeper into pop music, often with just a rhythm section and background vocals, something similar to what she would use at Muscle Shoals