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Sparkle (Music From The Motion Picture)

Aretha Franklin

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1
Sparkle
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donnell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Henry Gibson; Joseph Scott; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Rich Tufo; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers
4:13
2
Something He Can Feel
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donnell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers; Rich Tufo
6:20
3
Hooked on Your Love
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donnell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Henry Gibson; Jospeh Hayden Scott; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Rich Tufo; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers
5:00
4
Look into Your Heart
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Henry Gibson; Joseph Scott; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Rich Tufo; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers
4:04
5
I Get High
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donnell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Henry Gibson; Jospeh Hayden Scott; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Rich Tufo; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers
4:11
6
Jump
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donnell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Henry Gibson; Joseph Hayden Scott; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Rich Tufo; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers
2:19
7
Loving You Baby
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Henry Gibson; Joseph Scott; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Rich Tufo; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers
3:48
8
Rock with Me
Aretha Franklin; Curtis Mayfield; Donnell Hagan; Floyd Morris; Gary Thompson; Henry Gibson; Joseph Scott; Lenard Druss; Phil Upchurch; Roger Anfinsen; Sol Bobrov; The Kitty Haywood Singers; Rich Tufo
3:11
Total Playing Time    33:06
"Though she'd already been hailed as the Queen of Soul for her run of sultry '60s hits for Atlantic, Aretha Franklin split her time in the '70s between explorations of her gospel roots and flirtations with the pop mainstream, often with diminishing results. But, just as the music she had so long epitomized was evolving into rhythmic funk and nascent disco, Franklin teamed with fellow soul vet Curtis Mayfield to produce the soundtrack for this otherwise unremarkable film project, a collaboration that retrenched her successfully in the dramatic, gospel-rooted musical framework of a decade earlier."
- Jerry McCulley (Rolling Stone)

Sparkle (Music From The Motion Picture) is a soundtrack album by American singer Aretha Franklin, written and produced by Curtis Mayfield.

Released on May 27, 1976, it is the soundtrack album for the 1976 Warner Bros. motion picture Sparkle, starring Irene Cara. The songs on the soundtrack feature the instrumental tracks and backing vocals from the film versions, with Franklin's voice taking the place of the original lead vocalists.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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