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is a studio album by Aretha: A Woman Falling Out Of Love Aretha Franklin, her second since leaving Arista Records. It features duets with Ronald Isley, Karen Clark-Sheard, and her son, Eddie Franklin. Duets with Richard Marx and Faith Hill were also recorded, but ultimately shelved. Although recorded in Detroit in 2006, it took the artist five years to find a distributor for the project.
Massacred by critics, the disc peaked at a disappointing #54 on
Billboard 's album chart and dropped off the chart two weeks later, reportedly selling less than 20,000 US copies. The disc's opening track, "How Long I've Waited", peaked at #91 on Billboard's Soul Chart. As of 2014, this is Aretha's latest release.
Track listing [ edit ]
How Long I've Waited
This You Should Know
U Can't See Me
A Summer Place
The Way We Were feat. Ronald Isley
Put It Back Together Again
Faithful feat. Karen Clark-Sheard
His Eye Is On The Sparrow feat. Eddie Franklin
When 2 Become One
My Country 'Tis of Thee
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