Aretha Franklin and King Curtis
Live At Fillmore West
Album Listening Party
Rhino Records will be releasing two legendary live at Fillmore West albums recorded in 1971 by Aretha Franklin and King Curtis as remastered and expanded deluxe reissues.
On March 5-7, 1971, the Queen of Soul headlined Bill Graham's world-famous venue. Backed by the supercharged rhythm section of King Curtis And The Kingpins, Aretha is in peak form on a diverse set of classic songs, including "Respect," "Dr. Feelgood," "Bridge Over Troubled Water," and more.
The second disc of this two-CD set features rare alternate versions previously available only on the limited-edition Rhino Handmade title Don't Fight The Feeling: The Complete Aretha Franklin & King Curtis Live At Fillmore West.
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