'AMAZING GRACE: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS' GIVEAWAY

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Which Aretha Franklin album was the biggest-selling LP of her career? It was actually her 1972 gospel album AMAZING GRACE - and we're giving it away to one lucky fan. ENTER TO WIN BELOW!

 It’s also the best-selling live gospel album of all time, it won Franklin a Grammy for Best Soul Gospel Performance, and in the wake of our recent podcast episode on the Queen of Soul, we're giving away this four-LP set to one lucky fan.

Recorded at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles in January 1972, AMAZING GRACE: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS is a 4-LP set with more than double the number of tracks that it did upon its original release.

The giveaway ends Friday, Feb. 21. See the full track listing below!


AMAZING GRACE: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS
LP Track Listing

Thursday Night Show (1/13/72)
Side One
1.    Organ Introduction ("On Our Way") - Ken Lupper 
2.    Opening Remarks - Rev. James Cleveland    
3.    "On Our Way" - Southern California Community Choir
4.    Aretha's Introduction - Rev. James Cleveland
5.    "Wholy Holy"
6.    "You'll Never Walk Alone"
Side Two
1.    "What A Friend We Have In Jesus"
2.    "Precious Memories" - With Rev. James Cleveland
3.    "How I Got Over"
Side Three
1.    "Precious Lord, Take My Hand / You've Got A Friend"
2.    "Climbing Higher Mountains"
3.    "Give Yourself To Jesus"
Side Four 
1.    "Amazing Grace"
2.    "My Sweet Lord" – Instrumental

Friday Night Show (1/14/72)
Side Five
1.    Organ Introduction ("On Our Way") and Opening Remarks - Ken Lupper & Rev. James Cleveland 
2.    "On Our Way" - Southern California Community Choir
3.    Aretha's Introduction - Rev. James Cleveland
4.    "What A Friend We Have In Jesus"
5.    "Wholy Holy"
Side Six
1.    "Climbing Higher Mountains"
2.    "God Will Take Care Of You"
3.    "Old Landmark"
Side Seven
1.    "Mary, Don't You Weep" 
2.    "Never Grow Old"
Side Eight
1.    Remarks By Reverend C.L. Franklin
2.    "Precious Memories" - With Rev. James Cleveland
3.    "My Sweet Lord" - Instrumental 

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