Atlantic Records 1960s Collection Vinyl 6LP Box Set Documents Aretha Franklin's Unprecedented 1960s Run: Includes Bonus Collection of 11 Rare Studio Demos and Outtakes
When Aretha Franklin joined Atlantic Records in 1967, it was the beginning of an unprecedented run that would ultimately cement her place as a music legend, a global household name, and one of the most influential singers of all time. Within the space of just a few years, her name was almost never out of U.S Pop and R&B Top 20, garnering nine gold singles, three gold albums, as well as three Grammy Awards and her first string of international hits.
The 6LP box set, Atlantic Records 1960s Collection gathers the five landmark albums The Queen of Soul released from 1967-1969 including I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You (1967), Aretha Arrives (1967), Lady Soul (1968), Aretha Now (1968) and Soul '69 (1969) plus throws in a bonus disc of eleven rare studio demos and outtakes.
These cornerstone records are stacked with many of Franklin's best-known songs, including No. 1 R&B hits like "I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)," "Respect" (also a Pop No. 1), "Baby I Love You," "Chain Of Fools," "(Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone" and "Think."