Aretha Franklin – Amazing Grace (Official Audio)

You’re listening to Aretha Franklin sing “Amazing Grace” with James Cleveland and The Southern California Community Choir from the 1972 album ‘Amazing Grace’. Rhino are releasing ‘Amazing Grace: The Complete Recordings’ on 4LP and 2CD. Find a copy here ‘Amazing Grace’ earned Aretha a Grammy in 1973 for Best Soul Gospel Performance and remains the best selling Gospel album of all time.

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25 thoughts on “Aretha Franklin – Amazing Grace (Official Audio)

  1. April 19th Sunday 2020. COVID-19 ANTIDOTE in appreciation of The Trinity's Grace and Mercy. Beautifully sang and to this day still get chill bumps listening to Ms. Franklin sing this song. R.I.the Universe Queen.♥️

  2. I am grateful and genuinely thankful for you and all the rest for the hard work. I get mad when yall do something I know will cause you to fall, and when I try to prevent yall, yall head face first into offence.

  3. When she sang "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" at Louis Armstrong's funeral, the ambulances were lined up outside, hauling away the fainters. That's a powerful voice. Yes indeed.

  4. Amazing Grace please come upon earth we call on the blood of Jesus for healing we call on the mercy of God we ask for forgiveness and healing in Jesus name Amen.

  5. Audience as good as the singer.
    I think I went to heaven for a moment there…am not even joking
    Wow. Now this is "taking it to church" to a whole different level.

  6. Some may know, some may not; there once was a slave trader who woke up to the evils of slavery and he then became a abolitionist and he created this most moving song. A song of hope and overcoming the worse adversarial hells of slavery and destruction of African Americans. I sing it to myself when I have lost hope with the situations in the world, to remind myself, activists come from a lineage of change and revolution. Wake up dear peoples to the evils and act. Act in your communities. And VOTE.
    I once was lost but now I'm found

    Was blind but now I see

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