Saturday, October 16, 2021

Aretha Franklin - Unforgettable: A Tribute to Dinah Washington (1964)

Aretha Franklin - Unforgettable: A Tribute to Dinah Washington (1964)

Tracklist front / back album covers

Side One

"Unforgettable" (Irving Gordon) - 3:39

"Cold, Cold Heart" (Hank Williams) - 4:35

"What a Diff'rence a Day Made" (Stanley Adams, María Méndez Grever) - 3:30

"Drinking Again" (Johnny Mercer, Doris Tauber) - 3:28

"Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning" (Tom Delaney, Pearl Delaney) - 5:10

Side Two

"Evil Gal Blues" (Lionel Hampton, Leonard Feather) - 2:40

"Don't Say You're Sorry Again" (Lee Pearl, Art Berman, Eugene West) - 2:45

"This Bitter Earth" (Clyde Otis) - 4:33

"If I Should Lose You" (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin)- 3:36

"Soulville" (Titus Turner, Morris Levy, Henry Glover, Dinah Washington) - 2:20

Bonus tracks on later re-issues

Reissue by Legacy's Rhythm & Soul Series in 1995 included "Lee Cross". This song was recorded at the same time as the other tunes and is the only song not released on the original album. It was first released several years later on Take It Like You Give It and became one of Franklin's biggest hits on Columbia.

"Lee Cross" (Ted White) - 3:19

Aretha Franklin Band Members / Musicians

Aretha Franklin – vocals, piano

Ernie Hayes – piano, organ

Paul Griffin – organ

Teddy Charles – vibraphone

George Duvivier – bass guitar

Gary Chester – drums

Ernie Royal – trumpet

Buddy Lucas - tenor saxophone, harmonica

Bob Asher – trombone

Strings arranged and conducted by Robert Mersey

Original recordings produced by Robert Mersey

Legacy's Rhythm & Soul Series Director: Adam Block

Reissue Producer: John Snyder

Remixed and digitally mastered by Vic Anesini, Sony Music Studios, New York

Art Direction: Tony Sellari

Design: C.M.O.N.

Original Jacket Cover: John Berg

Interior Photos: Sony Music Photo Library

Packaging Manager: Robert Constanzo

Unforgettable: A Tribute to Dinah Washington is the fifth studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin. Released on February 18, 1964, by Columbia Records, the album is a tribute dedicated to the recently deceased singer Dinah Washington. The sessions were recorded in New York. A few tunes were cut with strings in order to bring out the essential ballad character of the songs (with the help of Bob Mersey's arranging); most of the tracks, though, were made with the assistance of a small and sympathetic accompanying group for which Mersey supplied minimal written guidance.

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