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Cant Turn You Loose - Aretha Franklin - Cant Turn You Loose / What A Fool Believes (Vinyl)

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  1. After leaving Atlantic Records with her career in serious trouble, Ms. Franklin hooked up with Arista & came up with a solid label debut. The wonderful ballad "United Together" has a nice retro feel to it. She does a good update of "Can't Turn You Loose" & also sails nicely through the Doobie Bros /5(14).
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  4. Can't Turn You Loose by Aretha Franklin was written by Otis Redding and was first released by Otis Redding in Aretha Franklin released it on the album Aretha in It was covered by Ska City Rockers featuring Roland, Cook E. Jarr, Charles Wright & The Watts rd Street Rhythm Band, Bunny Walters and other artists.
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  7. Aretha is the twenty-sixth studio album by American singer Aretha celvnamurozulumi.xyzinfo was released on September 30, by Arista celvnamurozulumi.xyzinfo was the second album with this title to be released by the artist, and her first for Arista Records after a year tenure with Atlantic Records.. Franklin's first Arista single release, "United Together", reached number 3 on the Soul chart and crossed over to.
  8. This is easily Aretha Franklin's best Arista records album. Aretha Franklin actually penned the songs "School Days" and "Together Again". She shines brilliantly when she covers "Can't Turn You Loose" and "What a Fool Believes" Love Me Forever ends with a brief bit of Tiny Tim's "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" There is not a bad song on this entire album.

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