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  1. As a teen, Aretha Franklin sang in a junior gospel choir. She released a gospel album, The Gospel Sound of Aretha Franklin, in , at age In Franklin transitioned from sacred to secular music. She signed with Columbia Records in New York and released her first single, “Today I Sing the Blues,” in
  2. In her 12th #1 soul single, Aretha Franklin is day dreaming about a man who will sweep her off her feet. Not just any man, but a specific man. "'Day Dreaming' was rather personal," she told Queen of Soul biographer Mark Bego. "And I was thinking about someone who used to be a friend of mine. I'll give you a hint.
  3. Aug 16,  · Ray Price turned it into a hit in ; and Doris Day, Wanda Jackson and Marvin Gaye had covered it before Aretha Franklin’s version was included on ’s Aretha Arrives. Pivoting off Nelson.
  4. "Day Dreaming" is a soul single by American singer Aretha Franklin. Released from her album Young, Gifted and Black, it spent two weeks at the top of the Hot Soul Singles chart in April and peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot and number 11 on the Easy Listening singles chart. Billboard ranked it as the No. 61 song for Donny Hathaway plays electric piano .
  5. Aug 16,  · Aretha Franklin recorded a version a year before the release of The Beatles' version and Withers gave his take on the record in the 70s. Slightly faster, his upbeat take on "Let It Be" just hits.
  6. Aretha Franklin Greatest Hits: Save Me Aretha Franklin-I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You: Ain't No Way Aretha Franklin-Lady Soul (With Bonus Selections) Day Dreaming Aretha Franklin-Young, Gifted and Black: Bridge over Troubled Water (Original Soundtrack Album) Sign In; New customer.
  7. Auf Discogs können Sie sich ansehen, wer an CD von Greatest Hits mitgewirkt hat, – Aretha Franklin: Day Dreaming Written-By – Aretha Franklin: – Aretha Franklin Featuring George Benson: Love All The Hurt Away Written-By – Sam Dees.
  8. Written-By – Aretha Franklin: Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You) Written-By – Jim Doris: Day Dreaming Written-By – Aretha Franklin: Wholly Holy Written-By – Al Cleveland, Marvin Gaye, Renaldo Benson: Angel Written-By – Carolyn Franklin, Sonny Saunders* Until You Come Back To Me.

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