30 Greatest Hits is a 1985 Aretha Franklin compilation album. It chronicles majority of Franklin's hit singles during the Atlantic Records era from 1967 up to 1974. Following Franklin's death, the album entered the top ten of the Billboard 200 albums chart at number seven, in the week ending on August 25, 2018. It climbed one spot higher on the following week, becoming Franklin's highest-peaking compilation album in the United States. Disc 1. "I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)".
Features Song Lyrics for Aretha Franklin's Aretha Franklin's Greatest Hits 1960-65 album. Cry Like a Baby Lyrics. Aretha Franklin Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
Aretha Franklin may have died today aged 76 but the music of Lady Soul will long be celebrated. The songs in the following selection of greatest hits come from Aretha’s golden Atlantic Records period from 1967 to 1970, but that is no slight on her later triumphs. It’s just that these songs represent some of the greatest recordings in the history of soul music. 10. Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (1967). We’ll tell you what’s true.
You can get here Aretha Franklin's Greatest Hits 1960-65 Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Aretha Franklin One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism. Aretha Franklin Respect. Aretha Franklin 19 Grandes Exitos. Aretha Franklin I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You.
Aretha Franklin’s 1985 album 30 Greatest Hits shot to No. 7 on the Billboard 200 albums chart this week, just four days after her death from pancreatic cancer in Detroit. As Billboard reports, the album moved 35,000 copies this week, with the vast majority coming on August 16, the day of her death. Considering August 16 was the final day of the tracking week, it seems likely that the album will chart even higher next week. The greatest hits collection includes many of Franklin’s most well-known songs, like Respect, (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, and I Say a Little Prayer
Aretha Franklin's voice is an instrument of such exquisite expression that it has been matched but a few times in the 20th century. Borrowing from jazz, soul, R&B, rock, pop, and, of course, gospel-and accompanying herself on piano-she created an artistic vision that was wholly realized. Hits includes most of her chart singles from those incomparable Atlantic years, from "Respect" in 1967 well into the '70s, as well as noncharting classics like "Do Right Woman" and "Dr. Feelgood. Nothing but some of her greatest hits. The bad news: you'll need to check out some of her other songs in other collections, like the Sparkle album, her Columbia jazz stuff-which isn't bad as some might think-Columbia just didn't let Aretha be Aretha, thankfully Atlantic fixed that issue once she started to work for them in 1967. 5 starts just for this collection of songs alone.
|A1||Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody||2:25|
|A2||Today I Sing The Blues||2:45|
|A3||Cry Like A Baby||2:12|
|A4||Without The One You Love||2:47|
|A5||One Step Ahead||2:26|
|A6||Evil Gal Blues||2:41|
|B1||Runnin' Out Of Fools||2:31|
|B2||Try A Little Tenderness||3:14|
|B3||Sweet Bitter Love||2:58|
|B4||God Bless The Child||3:01|
|B5||If Ever I Would Leave You||4:06|
NotesSticker on front cover reads "COLUMBIA RECORDS RADIO STATION SERVICE, NOT FOR SALE".
Red lettering stamped on back cover reads "DEMONSTRATION, NOT FOR SALE".
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|LE 10070||Aretha Franklin||Aretha Franklin's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Ltd, RE, CRC)||Columbia Limited Edition||LE 10070||US||Unknown|
|LE 10070||Aretha Franklin||Aretha Franklin's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Ltd, RE)||Columbia Limited Edition||LE 10070||US||Unknown|
|63064||Aretha Franklin||Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||CBS||63064||Italy||1967|