Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - A Brand New Me mp3 album

51:39
Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - A Brand New Me mp3 album
Adult Contemporary R&B,Vocal Pop
  • Performer:
    Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Title:
    A Brand New Me
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Adult Contemporary R&B,Vocal Pop
  • Duration:
    51:39
  • Recording Location:
    Abbey Road Studio 1
Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - A Brand New Me mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1753 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1216 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1958 mb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    465
  • Formats:
    MP4 DXD MPC AHX TTA AUD

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Think Aretha Franklin / Ted White Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2:54
2 Don't Play That Song (You Lied) Ahmet Ertegun / Betty Nelson Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2:56
3 I Say a Little Prayer Burt Bacharach / Hal David Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 4:18
4 Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do) Morris Broadnax / Clarence Paul / Stevie Wonder Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 3:30
5 A Brand New Me Theresa Bell / Jerry Butler / Kenny Gamble Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 4:19
6 A Natural Woman (You Make Me Feel Like) Gerry Goffin / Carole King / Jerry Wexler Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 3:36
7 Angel Carolyn Franklin / Sonny Saunders Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 4:42
8 Border Song (Holy Moses) Elton John / Bernie Taupin Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 3:24
9 Let It Be John Lennon / Paul McCartney Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 3:34
10 People Get REeady Curtis Mayfield Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 4:03
11 Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby) Jim Doris Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 4:18
12 You're All I Need to Get By Nickolas Ashford / Valerie Simpson Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 3:59
13 Son of a Preacher Man John Hurley / Ronnie Wilkins Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 3:29
14 Respect Otis Redding Aretha Franklin / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2:37

Credits

Nickolas Ashford - Composer
Patti Austin - Vocals (Background)
Burt Bacharach - Composer
Nigel Barr - Trombone
Theresa Bell - Composer
Graeme Blevins - Sax (Tenor)
Morris Broadnax - Composer
Jerry Butler - Composer
Andy Caine - Vocals (Background)
Tim Cansfield - Guitar
Ben Castle - Sax (Alto)
Peter Cobbin - Engineer
Richard Cottle - Brass Arrangement
Danny Cummings - Percussion
Hal David - Composer
Jim Doris - Composer
Ahmet Ertegun - Composer
Howard "Buzz" Feiten - Guitar
Lynn Fiddmont - Vocals (Background)
Greg Field - Assistant Producer, Engineer
Aretha Franklin - Composer, Primary Artist
Carolyn Franklin - Composer
Kenny Gamble - Composer
Simon Gardiner - Trumpet
Gerry Goffin - Composer
Mirriam Grey - Vocals (Background)
Graham Harvey - Piano
Nigel Hitchcock - Sax (Alto)
Matt Holland - Trumpet
John Hurley - Composer
Elton John - Composer
Carole King - Composer
Ledisi - Vocals (Background)
John Lennon - Composer
Adam Linsley - Trumpet
Curtis Mayfield - Composer
Paul McCartney - Composer
Clare McInerney - Sax (Baritone)
Pete Murray - Organ, Piano, Piano (Electric)
Betty Nelson - Composer
Nick Patrick - Producer, Rhythm Arrangements
Clarence Paul - Composer
Steve Pearce - Bass
Philharmonic Orchestra - Featured Artist, Orchestra
Josh Phillips - Project Manager
Valerie Pinkston - Vocals (Background)
Ryan Quigley - Trumpet
Otis Redding - Composer
Don Reedman - Producer, Rhythm Arrangements
Nigel Reeve - Mastering
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Primary Artist
Ralph Salmins - Drums
Sonny Saunders - Composer
Jerry Schatzberg - Photography
Peter Schwier - Engineer, Mixing
Giancarlo Sciama - Project Manager
Neil Sidwell - Trombone
Steve Sidwell - Brass Arrangement, Conductor, String Arrangements
Valerie Simpson - Composer
Robin Smith - Conductor, Orchestral Arrangements, String Arrangements
Paul Spong - Trumpet
Ray Staff - Mastering
Jamie Talbot - Sax (Tenor)
Bernie Taupin - Composer
Cécile de Tournesac - Digital Editing
Jimmy Turrell - Cover Illustration
Chris Walden - Arranger, Brass Arrangement, Orchestral Arrangements, String Arrangements
Jerry Wexler - Composer
Kirsty Whalley - Digital Editing
Alistar White - Trombone
Chris White - Sax (Tenor)
Ted White - Composer
Ronnie Wilkins - Composer
Martin Williams - Sax (Baritone)
Shena Winchester - Vocals (Background)
Stevie Wonder - Composer
Andy Wood - Trombone
Phil Woods - Soloist



Daron
I miss hearing the real strings, in pop songs, that I grew up listening to in the 60s and 70s. Listen to "A Natural Woman" to decide if you'll like this album. This "alternative" version of Aretha's music is far better than anything Kellyanne Conway could come up with.
Perdana
Thank God for Aretha Franklin!!!!!!,.You will surely be missed,...God blessed your voice!!!
Diredefender
First of all, you cannot compare Elvis to Aretha, both were/are tops in their genre of music. Secondly, it doesn't matter if Aretha is alive or not, it's the music, the pure music, that came from this particular production. Like Paul McCartney has been saying for the past ten years, if you can reach a whole new younger audience with the music that made you great (The Beatles), then you've succeeded. Like with Elvis, here Aretha's music purely succeeds. It's not like re-packaging a greatest hits collection, it's to give songs a new side and with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, that does so.
Stan
I came upon this album after reading an enthusiastic review from a respected audiophile magazine, so I added it to my Roon library so I could stream it in glorious MQA. It was everything that I expected. A thoughtfully remastered and blended melding of the old and the new. But the review glaring back to me from my iPad was almost a polar opposite of my experience and the review I had previous read in my audiophile magazine. I suppose this can be a matter of preference. Yes your mileage may vary too. But my sound system is humming along, my toes are tapping, and I’m smiling from ear to ear. I think this album deserves a bit more R E S P E C T. Just a little bit.
WinDImmortaL
As a long time fan of Aretha Franklin I purchased this album as i have purchased all her albums, but with this album I didn't really see the point.The originals sound as good as they were and adding a little bit of music at the beginning of each song does nothing to improve it.Also they have ruined Angel, my favourite Aretha song, adding background vocals that are not necessary in the parts they have been added to.
Wnex
First, let's be honest - this is a remix project. But what a remix project it is!Miss Franklin's music gets the royal treatment, but that's what one does when they are dealing with the Queen. With velvety, sweeping arrangements, I honestly believe this is what Aretha with a Philharmonic would sound like - heavenly.One last thing - the version of "Holy Moses" (Border Song) is a theological statement all on it's own, and Aretha, being a gospel girl at heart, preaches a sermon in song.
Ramsey`s
I listened to this CD twice before I realized the strings were there!! There was no need to "reimagine" Aretha's great works with stings, they are already beautiful as they are. Would not recommend this to any younger listener to introduce them to her fine music either.