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Freeway Of Love - Aretha Franklin - The Queen Greatest Hits (CD)



  1. Aretha Franklin ‎– The Queen Greatest Hits Label: Sony Music ‎– Format: 3 Freeway Of Love: 4: Jumpin' Jack Flash: 5: Everyday People: 6: A Deeper Love: 7: A Rose Is Still A Rose: 8: Here We Go Again: /5(1).
  2. All of Aretha's best and most popular songs are here for the most avid and discerning fan's auditory delight. From the colossal 'Respect' -- erupting with anger and sexual tension -- to the hip-hop and funky 'Rose is Still a Rose', this album truly offers the greatest of Aretha Franklin's inimitable voice and style/5(56).
  3. Listen online to Aretha Franklin - Freeway of Love and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Original Album Classics. Aretha Franklin. 2, listeners · 50 tracks Play album Greatest hits Aretha Franklin.
  4. The pairing initially yielded "Who's Zoomin' Who" and "Until You Say You Love Me." One track written by Walden and Jeffrey Cohen, "Freeway of Love," was recorded around and was slated to appear on an upcoming solo album by Walden until his frequent collaborator Preston Glass suggested that he shop the song to Franklin.
  5. Discogs: CD, The Queen Greatest Hits. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。 Aretha Franklin ‎– The Queen Greatest Hits レーベル: Sony Music ‎– Freeway Of Love: 4: Jumpin' Jack Flash: 5: Everyday People: 6: A Deeper Love: 7: A Rose Is Still A Rose: 8: Here We Go.
  6. This song was written by Narada Michael Walden and Jeffrey Cohen. Walden is the guy you call when you need to produce a diva: he has written and produced hits for Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Diana Ross. When we asked him about the one song that had the greatest impact on his career, he told us it was "Freeway of Love" by Aretha Franklin.
  7. This album includes her '80s smashes "Freeway of Love," "Jump to It," "Who's Zoomin' Who," "Another Night," and "Jimmy Lee," as well as her chart-topping duet with George Michael, "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)," and her adult contemporary hit duet with Michael McDonald, "Everchanging Times.".
  8. "Freeway of Love" is a song by American singer Aretha Franklin. It was written by Jeffrey Cohen and Narada Michael Walden and produced by the latter for her thirtieth studio album Who's Zoomin' Who?. The song features a notable contribution from Clarence Clemons, the saxophonist from Bruce Springsteen’'s E Street Band. Sylvester, Martha Wash, and Jeanie Tracy provided backup vocals .

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