Aretha adds some pure gospel into her 2008 Christmas LP.
Aretha stormed the gates and seized ownership of this classic before Simon & Garfunkel could even get their hands on their Grammys.
Aretha takes a page from Dinah Washington & the composer of “Over The Rainbow” on this 1986 cover.
Aretha’s take on this Christmas staple is a slow-paced, melismatic vocal show out.
Aretha gets into the Christmas spirit with this classic, and surprises an audience with an impromptu version in 2015
This retro groove gave 80’s Aretha a nostalgic 60’s feel.
Stevie Wonder brought Aretha one of her most enduring hits. Stevie sang it first, but Aretha’s version is the standard, and made chart history.
The title cut to Aretha Franklin’s fourth album at Columbia Records, Laughing On The Outside, is another cover. Shocking, right? Aretha? A cover? As I’ve
Subtle, yet powerful, Aretha describes the love of a mother.
Aretha returns to jazz on this beautiful, little-known 1992 cut from the soundtrack to White Men Can’t Jump
Sugar Ray Aretha steps into the ring on this 1982 cut.
The quantity of songwriting Aretha Franklin’s first husband did is debatable, but he did compose this song, recorded in 1964 & released in 1967.
This is one of those Aretha disco records that people warn you about.
Aretha gives an island feel to Alicia Keys’ 2007 smash.
Aretha takes on Al Jolson’s classic “I’m Sitting On Top Of The World” on her third album, 1962’s The Tender, The Moving, The Swinging Aretha
My favorite Aretha song, including some exclusive audio from 2008.
One of Aretha’s rarest unreleased recordings surfaced this year. It’s a unique must-listen.
It should have gained a lot more traction than it did. In 1989, the Godfather & Queen of Soul joined forces just once on record