The penultimate cut on her 1967 Atlantic debut features Aretha with no piano and no background vocals, making a plea for rescue.
Aretha’s highest charting Columbia Records song… a b-side from her second LP.
Aretha unleashes a powerful squall on this adult-contemporary kiss off.
Aretha gives this jazz standard a chill, yet soulful makeover.
Aretha gives two very distinct readings of this Al Jolsen song, made a hit by Bing Crosby.
The opening & title cut from 1976’s Sparkle simply glistens.