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Album: A Brand New Me: Aretha Franklin (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)

Artist: Aretha Franklin

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • Copyright: ℗ 2017 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. All Rights Reserved. Marketed by

Tracklist For A Brand New Me: Aretha Franklin (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) By Artist Aretha Franklin

Title Artist Time
Think (with the Royal Philharm Aretha Franklin 2:54 USD 1.29
Don't Play That Song (You Lied Aretha Franklin 2:56 USD 1.29
I Say a Little Prayer (with th Aretha Franklin 4:18 USD 1.29
Until You Come Back To Me (Tha Aretha Franklin 3:30 USD 1.29
A Brand New Me (with the Royal Aretha Franklin 4:19 USD 1.29
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natu Aretha Franklin 3:36 USD 1.29
Angel (with the Royal Philharm Aretha Franklin 4:42 USD 1.29
Border Song (Holy Moses) [with Aretha Franklin 3:24 USD 1.29
Let It Be (with the Royal Phil Aretha Franklin 3:34 USD 1.29
People Get Ready (with the Roy Aretha Franklin 4:03 USD 1.29
Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool For Yo Aretha Franklin 4:18 USD 1.29
You're All I Need To Get By (w Aretha Franklin 3:59 USD 1.29
Son of a Preacher Man (with th Aretha Franklin 3:29 USD 1.29
Respect (with the Royal Philha Aretha Franklin 2:37 USD 1.29

Reviews For A Brand New Me: Aretha Franklin (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) By Artist Aretha Franklin

  • Aretha is great, but...

    By llvllrJoey
    I only have one complaint with this release and the other recent "Artist + Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" releases (i.e. Beach Boys, Roy Orbison, etc.). The music is mixed a little too loud and it almost drowns out the vocals. The vocals should be the focus, not the orchestra.
  • Franklin’s Final Album is a good one

    By B.L.ob
    Sad to hear of her passing, prayers go out to her family and friends through this difficult time.
  • Fantastic, but is it really her?

    By margew
    These songs sound great, but they almost sound too good. Did they use Ms. Franklin’s old recordings and add different background vocals and orchestra? They sound wayyyy too much like her original recorded vocals from back in the day. I downloaded it anyway, but I’m skeptical.
  • What Can I Say?

    By RobbieHunter
    Just beautiful!
  • Angel

    By DrewsTheOne
    Angel, one of the most beautiful songs Aretha has ever done, and yet there are so few recordings, and VERY limited new recordings. A true classic that never found its place.
  • Real genius

    By thinketh
    17 reviews for the greatest singer the world has ever known, 20,000 for Taylor Swift's babble. The world is in a very, very bad moment. Aretha is like hearing God talk. THE BEST.
  • “Loving my Queen”

    By Aretha worshiper forever!
    Excellent “new take” on classics that have already stood the test of time and love for anything Aretha! Obviously Ms. Franklin loves it or we would not have the pleasure of hearing this different, but awesome collaboration. Won’t be to everyone’s liking, but as a 50 year admirer of Aretha’s, I hear only her voice, the accompaniment is always secondary. As long as it has her stamp of approval; I approve of it too (and am enjoying it)! Purchased!
  • Outstanding

    By UESilverSurfer
    The songs are already beautiful but adding the orchestra so seamless is crazy good. Great job

    By outeresting
    The first song hasn’t even finished yet and wanted to hop on here to give my first review ever... truly feeling like was just given a gift from above, like hands on my back helping me along on a day w which I’m most appreciative... Thank You Ms. Aretha Franklin xoxxo
  • Sounds wonderful

    By ScooterChapman
    Admittedly, I gave it 5 stars just from a few samples, but it sure sounds good to me. I'm not a fan of the Queen of Soul the way I am a fan of Elvis or Roy Orbison, other artists the Royal Philharmonic has recently "collaborated" with, so I'm probably more accepting of these new versions. And it's refreshing that in this case the original artist is still alive! I feel good knowing Aretha Franklin may have actually had some input here.

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