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  1. Collaborating with pianist Ray Bryant, Aretha sings blues and gospel ("Are You Sure") as well as the hoary pop standards ("Over the Rainbow") that have given her early albums such a bad reputation. But unlike future Columbia releases that were drenched in strings, this album has jazzy grit, thanks to Bryant and famed producer John Hammond.
  2. Aug 16,  · Aretha Franklin covered Joy to the World, Are You Sure, Today I Sing the Blues, Over the Rainbow and other songs. Aretha Franklin originally did Are You Sure, Love Is the Only Thing, Maybe I'm a Fool, Today I Sing the Blues and other songs. Aretha Franklin wrote Rock Steady, Think and Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby).
  3. The Ray Bryant Trio augmented with winds proves itself a formidable ensemble with true presence yet unobtrusive accompaniment. If you compare the mature performances of Aretha Franklin in her subsequent years with Atlantic (Atlantic SD), you will soon recognize that the later 'First Lady of Soul' was in full command of her profession right.
  4. Jan 20,  · On her debut for Columbia Records, the legendary Aretha Franklin demonstrates her ability to evoke a variety of moods from the compelling “All Night Long” through the saucy “Sweet Lover,” to the rocking “Who Needs You?” Produced by John Hammond, the album features all-star musicians including Ray Bryant on piano.
  5. Jun 15,  · Aretha Franklin – Aretha: With The Ray Bryant Combo 13 Are You Sure (Rehearsal) 14 Who Needs You? (Take 9) 15 Right Now Fred Frith Trio - Another Day in Fucking Paradise () [24bit FLAC] Freddie Hubbard - Hot Horn (/) [24bit FLAC].
  6. Aretha Franklin - Aretha With The Ray Bryant Combo VINYL LP CS With a successful mix of pop and jazz standards, the super talent – Aretha had just turned 18 years old – .
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Aretha [] - Ray Bryant Combo, Aretha Franklin on AllMusic -
  8. Hammond paired Aretha Franklin with Ray Bryant, and combo and arranger J. Leslie McFarland, while taking charge of the album's production, which was received to mixed reviews. The album showcases a young Aretha Franklin (only 18 nearly 19 years old, at the time of these recordings), covering a range of jazz and pop standards.

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