Album artwork for Amazing Grace by Aretha Franklin
Album artwork for Amazing Grace by Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin disproved the notion that once you leave the church, you can't go back. She returned in triumph on this 1972 double album, making what might be her greatest release ever in any style. Her voice was chilling, making it seem as if God and the angels were conducting a service alongside Franklin, Rev. James Cleveland, the Southern California Community Choir, and everyone else in attendance. Her versions of 'How I Got Over' and 'You've Got a Friend' are legendary.

Aretha Franklin

Amazing Grace

Rhino
Album artwork for Amazing Grace by Aretha Franklin
LPx2

£37.99

Released 02/09/2014Catalogue Number

8122795958

Album artwork for Amazing Grace by Aretha Franklin
LPx2 +

£34.99

White
Released 27/05/2022Catalogue Number

0603497843572

Aretha Franklin

Amazing Grace

Rhino
Album artwork for Amazing Grace by Aretha Franklin
LPx2

£37.99

Released 02/09/2014Catalogue Number

8122795958

Album artwork for Amazing Grace by Aretha Franklin
LPx2 +

£34.99

White
Released 27/05/2022Catalogue Number

0603497843572

Aretha Franklin disproved the notion that once you leave the church, you can't go back. She returned in triumph on this 1972 double album, making what might be her greatest release ever in any style. Her voice was chilling, making it seem as if God and the angels were conducting a service alongside Franklin, Rev. James Cleveland, the Southern California Community Choir, and everyone else in attendance. Her versions of 'How I Got Over' and 'You've Got a Friend' are legendary.