Soul ’69

~ Release by Aretha Franklin (see all versions of this release, 6 available)

Annotation

℗ «1969 Atlantic Records. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.»

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Annotation last modified on 2020-08-30 11:29 UTC.

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Ramblin’
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd
producer:
Tom Dowd and Jerry Wexler
alto saxophone:
George Dorsey (on 1968-09-24) and Frank Wess (on 1968-09-24)
baritone saxophone:
Pepper Adams (baritone saxophonist) (on 1968-09-24)
bass:
Ron Carter (US jazz double-bassist) (on 1968-09-24)
drums (drum set):
Bruno Carr (on 1968-09-24)
guitar:
Kenny Burrell (on 1968-09-24)
piano:
Junior Mance (on 1968-09-24)
tenor saxophone:
King Curtis (saxophonist) (on 1968-09-24) and Seldon Powell (on 1968-09-24)
trombone:
Jimmy Cleveland (US jazz trombonist) (on 1968-09-24), Urbie Green (on 1968-09-24), Thomas Mitchell (US rock singer active in the early 60's) (on 1968-09-24) and Benny Powell (on 1968-09-24)
trumpet:
Bernie Glow (on 1968-09-24), Joe Newman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-09-24), Ernie Royal (on 1968-09-24), Richard Williams (jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-09-24) and Snookie Young (on 1968-09-24)
vibraphone:
Jack Jennings (on 1968-09-24)
woodwind:
David Newman (American jazz saxophonist) (on 1968-09-24)
conductor:
Arif Mardin (on 1968-09-24)
arranger:
Arif Mardin
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1968-09-24)
recording of:
Ramblin’ (on 1968-09-24)
writer:
Maybelle Smith
publisher:
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI)
3:10
2Today I Sing the Blues
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd
producer:
Tom Dowd and Jerry Wexler
alto saxophone:
George Dorsey (on 1968-04-17) and Frank Wess (on 1968-04-17)
baritone saxophone:
Pepper Adams (baritone saxophonist) (on 1968-04-17)
bass:
Jerry Jemmott (on 1968-04-17)
drums (drum set):
Roger Hawkins (on 1968-04-17)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Tommy Cogbill (on 1968-04-17)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Jimmy Johnson (guitar, producer, Muscle Shoals rhythm section) (on 1968-04-17)
organ:
Spooner Oldham (on 1968-04-17)
piano:
Aretha Franklin (on 1968-04-17)
tenor saxophone:
King Curtis (saxophonist) (on 1968-04-17) and Seldon Powell (on 1968-04-17)
trombone:
Jimmy Cleveland (US jazz trombonist) (on 1968-04-17), Urbie Green (on 1968-04-17), Thomas Mitchell (US rock singer active in the early 60's) (on 1968-04-17) and Benny Powell (on 1968-04-17)
trumpet:
Bernie Glow (on 1968-04-17), Joe Newman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-04-17), Ernie Royal (on 1968-04-17), Richard Williams (jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-04-17) and Snookie Young (on 1968-04-17)
vibraphone:
Jack Jennings (on 1968-04-17)
woodwind:
David Newman (American jazz saxophonist) (on 1968-04-17)
conductor:
Arif Mardin (on 1968-04-17)
arranger:
Arif Mardin
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) (in 1969) and WEA International Inc. (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor for the world outside of the US) (in 1969)
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1968-04-17)
cover recording of:
Today I Sing the Blues (on 1968-04-17)
writer:
Curley Hamner
composer:
Curtis Lewis
publisher:
Bess Music and BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
4:26
3River’s Invitation
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd
producer:
Tom Dowd and Jerry Wexler
alto saxophone:
George Dorsey (on 1968-09-27) and Frank Wess (on 1968-09-27)
baritone saxophone:
Pepper Adams (baritone saxophonist) (on 1968-09-27)
bass:
Ron Carter (US jazz double-bassist) (on 1968-09-27)
drums (drum set):
Bruno Carr (on 1968-09-27)
guitar:
Kenny Burrell (on 1968-09-27)
piano:
Junior Mance (on 1968-09-27)
tenor saxophone:
King Curtis (saxophonist) (on 1968-09-27) and Seldon Powell (on 1968-09-27)
trombone:
Jimmy Cleveland (US jazz trombonist) (on 1968-09-27), Urbie Green (on 1968-09-27), Thomas Mitchell (US rock singer active in the early 60's) (on 1968-09-27) and Benny Powell (on 1968-09-27)
trumpet:
Bernie Glow (on 1968-09-27), Joe Newman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-09-27), Ernie Royal (on 1968-09-27), Richard Williams (jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-09-27) and Snookie Young (on 1968-09-27)
vibraphone:
Jack Jennings (on 1968-09-27)
woodwind:
David Newman (American jazz saxophonist) (on 1968-09-27)
conductor:
Arif Mardin (on 1968-09-27)
arranger:
Arif Mardin
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1968-09-27)
cover recording of:
River’s Invitation (on 1968-09-27)
lyricist and composer:
Percy Mayfield
publisher:
Sony/ATV Songs LLC
2:40
4Pitiful
recording engineer:
Tom Dowd
producer:
Tom Dowd and Jerry Wexler
alto saxophone:
George Dorsey (on 1968-09-24) and Frank Wess (on 1968-09-24)
baritone saxophone:
Pepper Adams (baritone saxophonist) (on 1968-09-24)
tenor saxophone:
King Curtis (saxophonist) (on 1968-09-24) and Seldon Powell (on 1968-09-24)
trombone:
Jimmy Cleveland (US jazz trombonist) (on 1968-09-24), Urbie Green (on 1968-09-24), Thomas Mitchell (US rock singer active in the early 60's) (on 1968-09-24) and Benny Powell (on 1968-09-24)
trumpet:
Bernie Glow (on 1968-09-24), Joe Newman (US jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-09-24), Ernie Royal (on 1968-09-24), Richard Williams (jazz trumpeter) (on 1968-09-24) and Snookie Young (on 1968-09-24)
vibraphone:
Jack Jennings (on 1968-09-24)
woodwind:
David Newman (American jazz saxophonist) (on 1968-09-24)
conductor:
Arif Mardin (on 1968-09-24)
arranger:
Arif Mardin
recorded at:
Atlantic Studios (1841 Broadway, New York, 1957–1991) in Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York, United States (on 1968-09-24)
recording of:
Pitiful (on 1968-09-24)
writer:
Charlie Singleton (composer/lyricist) and Rose Marie