℗ 1971 Atlantic Records
 

Live At Fillmore West

Aretha Franklin

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1
Respect (Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Truman Thomas
3:55
2
Love the One You're With (Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Arif Mardin
4:21
3
Bridge over Troubled Water (1 / Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith
5:49
4
Eleanor Rigby (1 / Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Truman Thomas; Arif Mardin
2:33
5
Make It with You (Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Burdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; King Curtis; Larry Wilcox; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Moreles; Pat Smith; Truman Thomas; Arif Mardin
4:32
6
Don't Play That Song (Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Tom Dowd; Truman Thomas
3:17
7
Dr. Feelgood (Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Arif Mardin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Truman Thomas
7:03
8
Spirit in the Dark (Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Truman Thomas; Wayne Jackson; Arif Mardin
5:20
9
Spirit in the Dark (Reprise with Ray Charles; Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; King Curtis; Margaret Branch; Memphis Horns; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Ray Charles; Truman Thomas; Arif Mardin
8:38
10
Reach out and Touch (Somebody's Hand / Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, February 5, 1971)
Aretha Franklin; Andrew Love; Arif Mardin; Bernard Purdie; Billy Preston; Brenda Bryant; Cornell Dupree; Jack Hale; Jerry Jemmott; Jerry Wexler; Jimmy Mitchell; King Curtis; Lou Collins; Margaret Branch; Pancho Morales; Pat Smith; Roger Hopps; Truman Thom
2:39
Total Playing Time    48:07
"It’s a whole album of showstoppers, a live disc that’s not just a companion piece to the studio records but an essential document of its own. Long may that shout be heard."
- Rolling Stone

Aretha Live at Fillmore West is the third live album by American singer Aretha Franklin. Released on May 19, 1971 by Atlantic Records. Franklin played a Fender Rhodes piano on four cuts, including "Eleanor Rigby", "Spirit in the Dark", "Don't Play That Song" and "Dr. Feelgood".

Backing Franklin was King Curtis' band, the Kingpins, featuring Cornell Dupree on guitar, Bernard Purdie on drums, and Jerry Jemmott on bass, Billy Preston on organ, Curtis on saxophone, together with the Memphis Horns.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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