You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman (Kennedy Center, 2015) . Bridge Over Troubled Water (2011) . Nessun Dorma (1998) . w/ Mary J.Blige – Divas . w/ Michael Mc Donald – Ever Changing Times . w/ Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash . Do right woman do right man (1988) . The Legendary Concertgebouw Concert (1968) (1/3) . The Legendary Concertgebouw Concert (1968) (2/3) . The Legendary Concertgebouw Concert (1968) (3/3) . Shoop Shoop Song . 10 Questions with Aretha Franklin.
Respect . I Say a Little Prayer . Think . Chain of Fools . Son Of A Preacher Man . (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman . Rock Steady . Do Right Woman, Do Right Man . I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) . Save Me .
Recorded on March 5–7, 1971, Aretha Live at Fillmore West is the second live album by Aretha Franklin. >>
Recorded on March 5–7, 1971, Live at Fillmore West is an album by King Curtis with his band The Kingpins who were backing Aretha Franklin. >>
Released on February 25, 1974, ‘Let Me in Your Life’ is the twenty-first studio album by Aretha Franklin. It’s one of Aretha’s top-selling albums. >>
Released on October 17, 2014, “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics” is the thirty eigth studio album by Aretha Franklin It features ten covers of songs made famous by female recording artists. >>
Sparkle by Aretha Franklin is her twenty-fourth studio album (featuring the music of the eponymous movie), written and produced by Curtis Mayfield and released on May 27, 1976. >>
Released on March 23, 1998, A Rose is Still a Rose is the thirty-sixth studio album by Aretha Franklin. >>
Released on January 22, 1968, Lady Soul is an album (including some of her biggest hit singles, Chain of Fools , (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman etc.) by Aretha Franklin. >>
 CBS airs the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony where the recipients are Lionel Hampton, Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward, Ginger Rogers, Mstislav Rostropovich and Paul Taylor. The Lionel Hampton segment features Herbie Hancock, Aretha Franklin and more. >> 15 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Aretha Franklin is with Lou Rawls plus Les McCann at the White House in Washington, DC to tape a special TV program for Public Television. >> 56 MINUTES >>
 you do not miss Aretha Franklin at Shindig! next to The Chambers Brothers >> 5 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Aretha Franklin is scheduled at Jazz à Juan Festival in Antibes-Juan Les Pins, France >> 50 MINUTES >>
 you do not want to miss The Kennedy Center Honors program on CBS with Janelle Monáe, James Taylor, Sara Bareilles and Aretha Franklin paying tribute to Carole King. >> 10 MINUTES on RVM >>
 The Mike Douglas Show invites Frankie Valli and a young lady from Detroit named Aretha Franklin plus White House Correspondent Sid Davis. >> 10 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Aretha Franklin will sit in with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center orchestra during the annual Big Band Holidays concert at the at Rose Theater in New-York City >> 17 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Aretha Franklin sings with a big band at Lyric Opera House in Baltimore >> 40 MINUTES on RVM >>
 you do not want to miss Aretha Franklin on ‘Shindig!’ on ABC >> 2 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Aretha Franklin comes back at Radio City Music Hall in New-York City >> 14 MINUTES >>
 Aretha Franklin sings at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY >> 18 MINUTES >>
 you do not want to miss Aretha Franklin promoting her latest single lifted from her Young, Gifted and Black album Soul Train on a TV station near you. >> 3 MINUTES >>
Wikipedia : This day (March 25, 1942), in Memphis, Tennessee, is born Aretha Franklin a.k.a. the Queen of Soul, an American singer.
Official Site : While she was unquestionably influenced by the presence of such gospel luminaries as Clara Ward (a strong influence), Mahalia Jackson and the Reverend James Cleveland in the Franklin household, it was secular performers such as Dinah Washington and Sam Cooke (also visitors to the Franklin residence) who helped shape Aretha’s wide-ranging interest in popular music.
@Facebook : “There are singers,” said Ray Charles, “then there is Aretha. She towers above the rest. Others are good, but Aretha is great. She’s my only sure-enough sister.”
@last.fm : Franklin is perhaps best-known for her interpretation of Otis Redding’s Respect, recorded in 1967 with sisters Carolyn Franklin and Erma Franklin. Many of her songs, however, were originals that have since been covered by other artists.