Thats the way i feel about you aretha franklin

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thats the way i feel about you aretha franklin

I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You: Aretha Franklin, Respect, and the Making of a Soul Music Masterpiece by Matt Dobkin

The album that earned soul legend Aretha Franklin her first major hits, I Never Loved A Man the Way I Loved You was a pop and soul music milestone. Apart from its status as a hit record, the album also had a much wider cultural impact. By early 1967, when the album was released, the Civil Rights movement was well underway; Arethas music gave it its theme song. And the single Respect became a passionate call to arms for the burgeoning feminist movement.
Dobkin has unearthed a wonderful story of the creation of an album that goes far beyond anything thats been written about The Queen of Soul before. With scores of fresh interviews--including ones with the session musicians from Muscle Shoals who recorded with Aretha--I Never Loved A Man the Way I Love You is the story of a great artistic achievement. Its also a biography of a star who is both more complex and determined than her modern image as a diva indicates.
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That's the Way I Feel About Cha (Alternate Version) (Hey Now Hey The Other Side of the Sky Outtake)

That's The Way I Feel About Cha Lyrics: If you get anything out of life / You got to put up with the toils and strife / Ooh, well just pushed our love a little bit too far.
Matt Dobkin

50 Aretha Franklin Quotes about Love, Life and Respect

Wexler was the Atlantic Records producer who, in , helped raise the singer to her sudden and incomparable soul heights. Her depressions could be as deep as the dark sea. Those doleful eyes were sometimes mistaken for shyness. Kind of kawunka-kawunka-kawung! Like a bell ringing. Franklin would later have little to say about the events.

“I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)” (1967)

Aretha Franklin is dead and we still, 50 years after she made her artistic and commercial breakthrough, can scarcely comprehend the still-shocking power of her singing. Aretha Franklin must have understood early on what fame was like, as the daughter of the immensely popular Detroit preacher C. Franklin, whose sermons had made him a recording star. She was a feminist by example: Once she took hold of her career at Atlantic Records in , she allowed no lyric to overrule her interpretation, no producer to shape a performance in a way she did not intend. This enabled her to reach young white rock fans as well as the age-spanning black audience that always marveled at the technical prowess of her voice and her phrasing. This kind of popularity meant that no one batted an ear when she covered The Beatles ' "Eleanor Rigby" or indulged her fondness for schmaltz by cutting the Frank Sinatra anthem "That's Life.

Reports that soul singer Aretha Franklin was gravely ill this week inspired an outpouring of affection and appreciation throughout the music world for the beloved Queen of Soul. She died at her Detroit home on Thursday. Sheryl Crow gave voice to the consensus opinion about the unmatched vocalist, when she called Franklin "the most soulful angelic voice that ever was. You are the Queen and we love you. To be the very best on earth at something almost everybody does. It's as if she could fly.

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