Review #154: Amazing Grace, Aretha Franklin

#154: Amazing Grace, Aretha Franklin

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Aretha on this list, and it’s a delight to have her back.

This is a live album, and it took place at the L.A. New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in 1972. Not only was Aretha Franklin there bringing down the house, Mick Jagger was there, dancing along!




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