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However, one song would have to wait until seasoned adulthood for me to fully appreciate. `Seasoned,' in the sense of having been on both the winning and losing sides of love. "Good To Me As I Am To You," lyrically, is of the identical mind-set of "Respect," but this time Miss Franklin authored her own. It doesn't try to be any dance-jam like her signature hit, and in that sense, it comes off perhaps even more startling. Leslie Gore's "You Don't Own Me," was one thing, this was something ELSE. It's astonishing to realize how daring a thing it was then for a female singer, to lay it on the line like this: "Starting today, tomorrow, and forever more - If YOU can't find it in your heart to DO for ME, then, baby, just don't darken my front door!" On this song, Lady Soul wonders out loud to herself and her lover, if he'd be willing to lend her any portion of his last dollar, as quickly as she'd turn over her last dime to HIM.Read more ›
I like all of the songs here. There are no duds - no filler at all. My favorites here are "Chain of Fools," "Money Won't Change You," "Niki Hoeky," and "Come Back Baby." This is a great CD. A lot of people buy her greatest hits CDs, but I prefer her albums. In addition to "Lady Soul," I also strongly recommend that you get "I Never Loved a Man The Way I Love You."
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I was very glad to purchase this edition with alternate takes as a bonus.Published 16 days ago by Dexter...
There at some great songs on this CD. Happy with purchase.Published 8 months ago by Kenneth W. Ross Moberg
Brings back my youth. I saw Aretha in Vancouver, BC, in 1968 or 69. This classic album is full of memories.Published 9 months ago by thorsprincess
Bought the original album on cassette tape in '68. This is her best album.Published 10 months ago by RichardR
One thing I'll say for Aretha Franklin in the late 60's: she managed to record almost constantly and churn out one classic after another. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Andre S. Grindle
When you think soul music how can you not think any further without The Queen of Soul. Aretha brings soul from five decades of good soul music.Published 12 months ago by Sarge