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Album: Live At Fillmore West

Artist: Aretha Franklin

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 1971 Atlantic Recording Corp., manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warne

Tracklist For Live At Fillmore West By Artist Aretha Franklin

Title Artist Time
Respect (Live February 5, 1971 Aretha Franklin 3:55 USD 1.29
Love the One You're With (Live Aretha Franklin 4:21 USD 1.29
Bridge Over Troubled Water (Li Aretha Franklin 5:49 USD 1.29
Eleanor Rigby (Live February 5 Aretha Franklin 2:33 USD 1.29
Make It With You (Live Februar Aretha Franklin 4:32 USD 1.29
Don't Play That Song (Live Feb Aretha Franklin 3:17 USD 1.29
Dr. Feelgood (Live February 5, Aretha Franklin 7:03 USD 1.29
Spirit In the Dark (Live Febru Aretha Franklin 5:20 USD 1.29
Spirit In the Dark (Reprise wi Aretha Franklin 8:38 USD 1.29
Reach Out and Touch (Somebody' Aretha Franklin 2:39 USD 1.29

Reviews For Live At Fillmore West By Artist Aretha Franklin

  • Absolutely the best

    By Peaotch
    My favorite Of all her work!
  • Dr. Feelgood!

    By JFL4
    I agree with the others who rated this album and specifically mentioned the song "Dr. Feelgood". Amazing, and the crowd is FEELING IT!
  • Live at Filmore West

    By Brooks In DHMD
    Had the on LP when it was first made in the 60's and when I saw this now had to have along with the King Curtis. Best listening music in Klamath Falls on Sat for the Bros
  • RFA

    By Robert F. Altamirano
    I revisit this gem time and time again to recapture the pure essence of the Queen of Soul. I only wish i was in attendance! This woman (along with Ray's cameo appearance) takes you to church. The album was released to increase $ to make her appearance possible, since The Fillmore in San Francisco has limited seating. What a stroke of genius to create such a masterpiece of a live performance!

    By VanillaSoulChild
    Everytime I listen to this rare GEM , I am blown away as if I am hearing it for the first time !! Aretha is SO Amazing here that the Moniker given to her , Queen Of Soul , doesn't even do her Justice !! She is so much better than THAT even !! ' Love the one you're with' , leaves me breathless and then she takes you straight to Church with , ' Spirit in the Dark ' ... I never tire of listening to this cd ... ALL HAIL Indeed ... xoxo
  • Bobby Bee

    By Bobby Bee
    Ok, so I bought them both Just in case! Listen, It's Aretha!!

    By RelaxedMike
    Aretha brought it on during this performance. Her energy and the energy of the Filmore is quite evident here. Dr Feelgood Definitely Reached Out And Touched the crowd. Its quite evident why Aretha was and is called, The Queen of Soul. Also a rockin/soulful performance by Ray C in the cameo. This was quite an uplifting of her best!!! They don't make'em like this anymore!!!!!!!
  • Respect at the Fillmore

    By fraspa
    High energy version but marred by lots of talk as the show at the fillmore gets introduced.
  • Absolutely Fantastic!!

    By missmahribee
    This is one of those albums that I have brought in several formats. I own the CD, just purchased the album here, and I've been looking for the LP.

    By WPDjr
    This is one of the greatest live albums ever! I love the fact she does "Respect" right out of the gate... as if to say, here... that's what you came for now get out! Only an artist like Aretha is that brave. I also love the fact she makes the next 4 tracks (Love the One You're With, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Eleanor Rigby and Make it With You) Her own! Look no further for proof she's the Queen of Soul!

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