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Aretha Franklin – Knew You Were Waiting

Keith Richards
Aretha Franklin – Knew You Were Waiting

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Knew You Were Waiting: The Best Of Aretha Franklin 1980 -1998 is the first comprehensive overview of her productive and fulfilling association with Clive Davis and Arista Records where Aretha made some of her most commercially successful urban, pop and dance music from 1980 through 2003.

This compilation includes her biggest 'Arista' hits and also showcases her collaborations with her biggest fans including duets with Annie Lennox, Elton John, Whitney Houston, George Michael and George Benson, and guest performances by Keith Richards and Clarence Clemons.

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Knew You Were Waiting: The Best Of Aretha Franklin 1980 -1998 is the first comprehensive overview of her productive and fulfilling association with Clive Davis and Arista Records where Aretha made some of her most commercially successful urban, pop and dance music from 1980 through 2003.

This compilation includes her biggest 'Arista' hits and also showcases her collaborations with her biggest fans including duets with Annie Lennox, Elton John, Whitney Houston, George Michael and George Benson, and guest performances by Keith Richards and Clarence Clemons.

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Knew You Were Waiting: The Best Of Aretha Franklin 1980 -1998 is the first comprehensive overview of her productive and fulfilling association with Clive Davis and Arista Records where Aretha made some of her most commercially successful urban, pop and dance music from 1980 through 2003.

This compilation includes her biggest 'Arista' hits and also showcases her collaborations with her biggest fans including duets with Annie Lennox, Elton John, Whitney Houston, George Michael and George Benson, and guest performances by Keith Richards and Clarence Clemons.