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Aretha Franklin - So Damn Happy (2003)

Aretha Franklin - So Damn Happy (2003)

Tracklist front / back album covers

1. "The Only Thing Missin'"   3:07

2. "Wonderful"   4:04

3. "Holdin' On"   4:37

4. "No Matter What" (featuring Mary J. Blige)   4:33

5. "Everybody's Somebody's Fool"   4:35

6. "So Damn Happy"   4:29

7. "You Are My Joy"   2:34

8. "Falling Out of Love"   4:31

9. "Ain't No Way"   4:37

10. "Good News"   4:55

11. "You Are My Joy (Reprise)"   2:33

Aretha Franklin Band Members / Musicians

Adi Yeshaya – strings, arranger, conductor, horn, keyboards, horn arrangements

Alexander Vselensky – violin

Alfred Brown – viola

Allen Sides – engineer, mixing

Andy Stein – violin

Anthony Kadleck – trumpet

Anthony Posk – violin

Aretha Franklin – piano, vocals, backing vocals, producer, engineer, mixing

B.J. – handclapping

Barbara Wesotski – A&R

Barry Eastmond – arranger, keyboards, producer, engineer

Belinda Whitney – violin

Birch Johnson – trombone

Bobby Ross Avila – guitar, keyboards

Brenda Corbett – backing vocals

Burt Bacharach – rhythm, producer, string arrangements

Byung Kook Kwak – violin

Carl Robinson – engineer, assistant

Cenovia Cummins – violin

Charles "Prince Cha... – mixing

Cindy Mizelle – backing vocals

Dan Oniszczak – assistant engineer

Darryl Houston – organ

David Chase – digital editing

David Foster – synthesizer strings

Delant "Butta" Murphy – handclapping

EMI Ferguson – digital editing

Eugene J. Moye – cello

George Flynn – trombone

Gerald Tarack – violin

Gloria Agostini – harp

Gordon Chambers – backing vocals, producer, vocal arrangement

Greg Phillinganes – digital editing

Israel Chorberg – violin

Iz – drum programming

James "Big Jim" Wright – keyboards, producer

Jean-Marie Horvat – mixing

Jeff Burns – assistant

Jesse Levy – cello, orchestra contractor

Jimmy Jam – producer

JoAnn Tominaga – production coordination

Joe-Mama Nitzberg – creative director

Joey Arbagey – A&R

Joyce Hammann – violin

Karen Karlsrud – violin

Keith O'Quinn – trombone

Keith Slattery – assistant

Kenneth Burward-Hoy – viola

Kenya Lucas – handclapping

Kermit Moore – cello

Kwaku Alston – photography

L.A. Reid – executive producer

Leo Grinhauz – cello

Lew Soloff – trumpet

Louis Alfred III – engineer

Margeret Th. Hjalte... – viola

Mary J. Blige – backing vocals, vocal arrangement, melodie, handclapping

Michael Baker – strings, horn

Michael Hart Thompson – guitar

Michael J. Powell – engineer, mixing

Mildred Scott – backing vocals

Myiia "Sunny" Davis – backing vocals

Nate Neblett – drums

Neil Stubenhaus – bass guitar

Norman West – synthesizer, bass guitar, piano, keyboards, producer, engineer, mixing

Olivia Koppell – violin, viola

Pablo Arraya – assistant

Paulinho Da Costa – percussion

Perry Hughes – guitar

Ralphe Armstrong – bass guitar

Randy Brecker – trumpet

Regine Lambert – handclapping

Regis Iandiorio – violin

Richard Thomas Jenn... – art direction, design

Rick Williams – guitar

Ricky Lawson – drums

Rob Shrock – synthesizer arrangements

Robert Chausow – violin

Roger Wendt – French horn

Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence – keyboards, multi instruments, producer, engineer, drum programming

Rowie Nomeri – engineer

Sandra Dance – backing vocals

Sara Divine – backing vocals

Sharon Moe – French horn

Sheila Reinhold – violin

Shelly Ponder – backing vocals

Steve Pageot – engineer

Susan Heerema – violin

Terry Lewis – producer

Tom Coyne – mastering

Tom Sweeney – assistant

Tommy Morgan – harmonica, soloist

Tommy Wilber – assistant

Troy Taylor – bass guitar, drums, keyboards, programming, backing vocals, multi instruments, producer, vocal editing

Vernon D. Fails – Fender Rhodes

William Bush – arranger, keyboards, drum programming

Winterton Garvey – violin

So Damn Happy is the 35th studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin. Her first studio album in five years, it included the Grammy Award-winning track "Wonderful", the single co-written and produced by G SYIER Hawkins Brown, and Ron "Amen-Ra" Lawrence, his very first project with the Queen of Soul was a grand slam. The album peaked at number 33 on the US Billboard 200 and number 11 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, while reaching the top thirty of the Italian Albums Chart. Shortly after its release, Franklin left Arista after a stay of 23 years. She later announced plans to start her own Detroit-based record label, Aretha Records.

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