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Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You flac album Performer: Aretha Franklin
Title: I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You
Style: Soul
Released: 1967
Country: US
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I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You is the 10th studio album by American singer Aretha Franklin. The record was released on March 10, 1967, by Atlantic Records. I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You is Aretha's first album with Atlantic Records. The record went to number 2 on the Billboard album chart and number 1 on the magazine's Top R&B Selling chart. It was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1967

I Never Loved A Man (b/w Do Right Woman, Do Right Man ) was released as Aretha’s first Atlantic single in January 1967, single-handedly ushering in a new era of southern-fried r&b and announcing the reign of the undisputed Queen of Soul. The song became an immediate smash hit, topping the US r&b charts for seven straight weeks and breaking into the pop Top Ten – the first time Ms. Franklin had ever landed there, but certainly far from the last. After further futile negotiations back at the hotel, Aretha and Ted flew back to New York. This song was the only one on the album to be recorded at Muscle Shoals. I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)" Track Info. Written By Ronnie Shannon.

Aretha Franklin – Medley I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Lov. :54. Hit Tunes Karaoke – I Never Loved a Man (Originally Performed B. :34. Aretha Franklin I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (1967) – 04. Soul Serenade (from I Never Loved A Ma. :04. Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You). Aretha Franklin – Do Right Woman. :47. Party Tyme Karaoke – I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You (Mad. :44. :22

Relaxation Romantic Evening. While the inclusion of "Respect" - one of the truly seminal singles in pop history - is in and of itself sufficient to earn I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You classic status, Aretha Franklin's Atlantic label debut is an indisputable masterpiece from start to finish

Albums: Aretha's Gold (1969), 30 Greatest Hits (1986), Original Album Series (2012). Artist: Aretha Franklin. Genre: Pop, Rock, Soul. Collection: The best songs of all times: the choice of Rolling Stone. Money online! Generated MP3. Download MP3 320Kbps, . 5 Mb, 02:51. Download MP3 128Kbps, . 1 Mb, 02:51. Download MP3 64Kbps, . Mb, 02:51. :35. Разные исполнители – Love On A Two Way Street (Tribute versio. :52. Emma Louise Birdsall – I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You). Aretha Franklin – 10 - Save Me - 1967 - I Never Loved A Ma. :48. Разные исполнители – Never Never Love (Tribute version originall. :56. Soul Jam – I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You. 2:54. Springbok – I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You). :07. ARETHA FRANKLIN - I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You (1967) – 08. Good Times.

I Never Loved A Man" lyrics. Aretha Franklin Lyrics. I Never Loved A Man". You're a no good heart breaker You're a liar and you're a cheat And I don't know why I let you do these things to me My friends keep telling me That you ain't no good But oh, they don't know That I'd leave you if I could. I guess I'm uptight And I'm stuck like glue Cause I ain't never I ain't never, I ain't never, no, no (loved a man) (The way that I, I love you). album: "I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You" (1967). Respect Drown In My Own Tears I Never Loved A Man Soul Serenade Don't Let Me Lose This Dream Baby, Baby, Baby Dr. Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business) Good Times Do Right Woman, Do Right Man Save Me A Change Is Gonna Come.

Aretha Franklin (March 25, 1942 - August 16, 2018) was a Memphis, Tennessee born and Detroit, Michigan reared American iconic gospel, soul, and R&B singer, songwriter and pianist. Many have called her "The Queen Of Soul" and "Lady Soul". She is renowned for her soul and R&B recordings (on many, of which, she accompanied herself on keyboards and piano, a skill she learned at an early age, learning to play by ear, according to lifetime friend Smokey Robinson) but was also adept at jazz, rock, blues, pop, and gospel.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Respect
Written-By – Otis Redding
2:26
A2 Drown In My Own Tears
Written-By – Henry Glover
4:00
A3 I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
Written-By – Ronny Shannon*
2:47
A4 Soul Serenade
Written-By – Curtis Ousley, Luther Dixon
2:30
A5 Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
Written-By – Aretha Franklin
2:22
A6 Baby, Baby, Baby
Written-By – Aretha Franklin, Carolyn Franklin
2:48
B1 Dr. Feelgood
Written-By – Aretha White, Ted White
3:18
B2 Good Times
Written-By – Sam Cooke
2:05
B3 Do Right Woman - Do Right Man
Written-By – Chips Moman, Dan Penn
3:15
B4 Save Me
Written-By – Aretha Franklin, Carolyn Franklin, Curtis Ousley
2:20
B5 A Change Is Gonna Come
Written-By – Sam Cooke
4:15

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Atlantic Studios
  • Recorded At – Fame Recording Studios
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute

Credits

  • Arranged By, Directed By – Tom Dowd
  • Design [Cover Design] – Loring Eutemey
  • Engineer [Recording] – Arif Mardin, Tom Dowd
  • Liner Notes – Jerry Wexler
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Jerry Schatzberg
  • Producer – Jerry Wexler

Notes

Released on a green/blue Atlantic label with black fan logo.
"CL" stamped in runouts denotes a Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman pressing.

All selections were recorded at Atlantic Studios in New York except for tracks A3 & B3, which were recorded in Muscle Shoals, Ala.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped): ST A-67987-1A CL T
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped): ST A-67988-1B CL T | | | 01

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8139 Aretha Franklin I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Pre) Atlantic 8139 US 1967
8139 Aretha Franklin I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Atlantic 8139 US 1967
SD 8139 Aretha Franklin I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You ‎(LP, Album, RP) Atlantic SD 8139 US 1968
587066 Aretha Franklin I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Atlantic 587066 UK 1967
LW-333 Aretha Franklin I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Ora) Large World LW-333 Taiwan 1967


Comments: (6)
Nten
Over the years, I've not experienced too much difficulty in getting hold of stereo pressed copies of many 1960s UK lp releases issued on many of the name labels of the period, including Atlantic. However, persevere as I might, I've never on any occasion been able to come across an original 1967 UK stereo copy of Aretha Franklin's "I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You" released on Atlantic (cat. no: 588 066). I have not even had the opportunity to cast my eyes over a totally wrecked copy that no one else would ever want to buy. The mono pressing (587 066), on the other hand, has always been quite easy to find. Why is this particular pressing of one of soul music's most seminal recordings so scarce and hard to find? Any advice welcome!
Yainai
Hi JAGS,No luck with the guy on Facebook I'm afraid, he claims to have since sold his stereo copy. Make of that what you will! Best Wishes,Jack
Gholbimand
Hi Again Jack,I've no issues at all with the discography details you've described. We both agree that there was a first reissue circa 1972. In fact, it clearly makes sense that your copy - whether sold exclusively as one of a pair or as partial separates - was obviously put out by Kinney (and no doubt alongside a number of other commercial big-hitters) as soon as they'd taken over from Polydor to quickly capitalise on their investment.With regards to Polydor themselves, of course you're right about their "distribution" function, as opposed to the full blown Rhino ownership takeover I previously referred to. Polydor, in this respect, appears stamped on virtually every copy of Atlantic recording I own from that era. Whether or not your Facebook buddy owns an actual Polydor 'stereo' copy (cat # 588 066) though is another matter and ...well, I'll simply say I'll believe it when I see it.You're obviously up on your label history Jack and you're definitely research savvy so it's been good hearing from you. Let me know (with similar pics of course) if you eventually receive the "evidence" from the Facebook person.Cheers mate,JAGS
Frlas
Hi,Fascinating stuff! I have asked the person in question on Facebook to provide some photographic evidence of the existence of his record, so I will get back to you on that one.As I'm sure you're aware, all UK Atlantic releases in the late 1960s were manufactured and distributed by Polydor, so when I speak of an Atlantic/Polydor version I am indeed talking about an "original" UK pressing. Here's just one example: http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=2971817Kinney took over the UK distribution of Atlantic in around 1972/1973, bringing an end to the famous plum/red label era. My theory about the Kinney "repress" that I have is that it was originally issued as a set alongside Aretha Arrives in either 1974 or 1975 - http://www.discogs.com/Aretha-Franklin-2-Originals-Of-Aretha-Franklin/release/1516052The records must have been sold individually as well however, and my copy is housed in an American jacket identical to the one issued with the 1968 US stereo repress with gold stickers as shown here - http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=2705744Best Wishes,JackEDIT: I've just read again what you said about the album being issued in the UK for the first time in 1972, so perhaps this is when my Kinney copy was released, and it was actually sold as part of the album set I mentioned a couple of years later?
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
Hi,I know that there have been a number of later reissues of "I Never Loved..." over the years. I've never heard of this particular album being released/issued on any other label (in the UK, that is) other than on Atlantic and (possibly) Rhino, who eventually acquired the publishing rights to all songs previously owned by the Atlantic group. While I'm not sure about the details on any copies being subsequently pressed by UK Kinney or Polydor, I can definitely say - without any doubt - that those two you mention are not UK "originals" (as you've described).As previously suggested in my initial strand (see above) over 4 years ago, Atlantic UK formally listed separate catalogue no.s against a first pair of pressings of "I Never Loved..." due for formal release in July 1967. The mono pressing (587 066) was released as planned but, as I later found out (and had confirmed by Martin C. Strong - editor of 'The Great Rock Discography'), the original stereo version (588 066) - pressed and witheld or not pressed at all - never got to see the light of day.As far as I'm aware, the first reissue of "I Never Loved..." in the UK appeared 5 years later in 1972. Naturally that pressing, in effect became the first stereo release of the album in this country, if not actually 'The Original One' ...if you see what I mean.I don't know if any of that helps you in any way but I hope you feel more assured being aware of the facts as I understand them.All power to you,JAGS
Ffel
Hey,I have the UK Kinney/Atlantic stereo repress (K 40134), which I also notice has not been listed here. Are UK stereo copies of this record just generally hard to come by? A member of the Facebook group 'Vinyl Addiction' did recently claim to have the original UK Atlantic/Polydor stereo pressing when I posted a picture of my copy on the group page. If you go on to the group page and search the album title you will be able to find the relevant post.Happy hunting!