Gospel Festival to honor sounds and w...

Gospel Festival to honor sounds and work of James Cleveland

There are 1 comment on the Chicago Tribune story from May 28, 2006, titled Gospel Festival to honor sounds and work of James Cleveland. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

When Aretha Franklin set out to make gospel history, she knew who to call. In 1972 the soul legend returned to her devotional beginnings to record what would become a landmark crossover album, 'Amazing Grace' . ...

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C Davis

Phoenix, AZ

#1 Jun 7, 2006
I remember that album. Aretha Franklin has a beautiful voice. Gospel music is definitely her calling. Rev. James Cleveland was an icon in the Gospel music industry. Being a singer myself, it would have been an honor to work with him and it would definitely be an honor to work with Ms. Franklin. The woman can SING!

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