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One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism (Live)


Download links and information about One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism (Live) by Aretha Franklin. This album was released in 1987 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:12:19 minutes.

Artist: Aretha Franklin
Release date: 1987
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Gospel, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:12:19
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No. Title Length
1. Walk In the Light (Live) 4:00
2. Prayer Invocation (Live) (featuring Rev. Cecil Frank) 5:48
3. Introduction of Aretha and the Franklin Sisters (Live) (featuring Rev. Jesse Jackson) 0:47
4. Jesus Hears Every Prayer (Live) 7:20
5. Surely God Is Able (Live) 4:42
6. The Lord's Prayer (Live) 5:06
7. Introduction of Aretha and Mavis Staples (Live) (featuring Rev. Jesse Jackson) 3:23
8. Oh Happy Day (Live) 6:10
9. We Need Power (Live) 6:31
10. Ave Maria (Live) 6:49
11. Introduction to "Higher Ground" (Live) (featuring Rev. Jaspar Williams) 4:09
12. Higher Ground (Live) (featuring Rev. Jaspar Williams) 3:53
13. I've Been In the Storm Too Long (Live) (featuring Joe Ligon) 8:09
14. Packing Up, Getting Ready to Go (with Mavis Staples, Joe Ligon & The Franklin Sisters) [Live] 5:32



Fifteen years after Amazing Grace, her groundbreaking gospel record, Aretha Franklin returned to the church yet again, and though the results couldn't top the wall-to-wall power and spirit found on her first, the double-album One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism, it's still a worthy document of what the church meant to her. The roster of invited guests was enough to get gospel fans excited, including the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Rev. Jasper Williams, and Rev. C.L. Franklin (her brother, who delivered the invocation), plus Mavis Staples, Joe Ligon (from the Mighty Clouds of Joy), and her sisters, Carol and Erma Franklin. Slotted next to sanctified standards like "Surely God Is Able" and "The Lord's Prayer" were several great selections from the pop repertoire, including a scorching version of "Higher Ground." Staples stops by for an ebullient run through the latter-day standard "Oh Happy Day," and the performance closes with a touching finale, "Packing Up, Getting Ready to Go," featuring Staples and Ligon, plus Carol and Erma. [The 2003 upgrade by BMG Heritage boasted remastered sound, new liner notes, and many photos, plus four unreleased bonus tracks.]