1. How Long I’ve Waited – Written and Produced by Aretha Franklin
2. Sweet Sixteen – Written by Riley B. King and Joe Bihari, Produced by Aretha Franklin
3. This You Should Know – Written and Produced by Aretha Franklin
4. U Can’t See Me – Written and produced by Curtis Boone
5. Theme From A Summer Place – Lyrics by Mack Discant, Music by Max Steiner, Produced by Aretha Franklin.
6. The Way We Were – Written by Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman and Marvin Hamlisch, Produced and Arranged by Marty Paich
7. New Day – Written Kecalf Franklin Cunningham and Norman West, Produced by Brian Garrett and Joseph Hall
8. Put It Back Together Again – Written by Norman West
9. Faithful (featuring Karen Clark-Sheard) – Produced by Sanchez G. Harley and Co-Produced by Jacqui Whittman
10. His Eye Is On The Sparrow (Performed by Eddie Franklin) – Written by Charles H. Gabriel and Civilla H. Martin, Produced by Aretha Franklin
11. When Two Become One – Written by Curtis Boone
Bonus Track:
12. My Country ‘Tis of Thee – Lyrics by Samuel Francis Smith, Music from Thesaurus Musicus, 1744, Arrangement by Aretha Franklin and H.B. Barnum

 

Voila la couverture et le tracklisting détaillé du prochain album d’Aretha Franklin qu’on découvrira le 3 mai prochain. Un album que la chanteuse promet comme étant un de ses meilleurs. Il devrait ensuite sortir sur I-tunes en juin avec une exploitation plus claire pour le single  » How Long I’ve Waited ».

Pour le moment, aucun titre n’est disponible et c’est assez rageant mais plus qu’une semaine et nous pourrons décortiquer tous ensemble l’album.

A noter qu’elle a tenu a expliqué la couverture de son album:

« OK ladies take a good look at the photo of me on this album; this is how you’re supposed to look when you’re a woman falling out of love.  Don’t sit by the phone waiting for him to call you, girlfriend; I want you to listen very closely to the lyrics of the songs on this album and you’ll hear a few good tips. Go out and have a ball »

Elle y explique qu’elle a voulu incarner ce à quoi doit ressembler une femme qui se lasse d’une relation sentimentale et qu’en cela ses auditrices se doivent très attentivement d’écouter les  paroles de son album..

On n’y manquera pas..!