Call Me – Fillmore West – 1971

Title  Call Me
Composer  Aretha Franklin
Live at  Fillmore West, San Francisco, California
Year  1971 (March 6)
Country  USA

With The King Pin Orchestra
Saxophone & Director  King Curtis
Organ   Billy Preston
Guitar   Cornell Dupree
Bass   Jerry Jemmott
Piano   Truman Thomas
Drums   Bernard Purdie
Percussion, Drums   Pancho Morales
Backing Vocals   Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch, Pat Smith
Tenor Sax   Andrew Love, Lou Collins
Trumpet   Wayne Jackson, Roger Hobbs
Trombone   Jack Hale
Baritone Sax   Jimmy Mitchell

Call Me – Fillmore West – 1971

Title  Call Me
Composer  Aretha Franklin
Live at  Fillmore West, San Francisco, California
Year  1971 (March 5)
Country  USA

With The King Pin Orchestra
Saxophone & Director  King Curtis
Organ   Billy Preston
Guitar   Cornell Dupree
Bass   Jerry Jemmott
Piano   Truman Thomas
Drums   Bernard Purdie
Percussion, Drums   Pancho Morales
Backing Vocals   Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch, Pat Smith
Tenor Sax   Andrew Love, Lou Collins
Trumpet   Wayne Jackson, Roger Hobbs
Trombone   Jack Hale
Baritone Sax   Jimmy Mitchell

Don’t Play That Song (You Lied) / Call Me – 7″ France – 1970

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Title  Don’t Play That Song (You Lied) / Call Me
Label  Atlantic
Catalogue #  650209
Format  7″ – 45 RPM
Year  1970
Country  France

A  Don’t Play That Song (You Lied)  [Ahmet Ertegün, Betty Nelson]
B  Call Me  [Aretha Franklin]

Call Me / Son Of A Preacher Man – 7″ UK – 1970

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Title  Call Me / Son Of A Preacher Man
Label  Atlantic
Catalogue #  584322
Format  7″ – 45 RPM
Year  1970
Country  UK

A  Call Me  [Aretha Franklin]
B  Son Of A Preacher Man  [John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins]

Call Me – Fillmore West – 1971

Title  Call Me
Composer  Aretha Franklin
Live at  Fillmore West, San Francisco, California
Year  1971 (March 7)
Country  USA

With The King Pin Orchestra
Saxophone & Director  King Curtis
Organ   Billy Preston
Guitar   Cornell Dupree
Bass   Jerry Jemmott
Piano   Truman Thomas
Drums   Bernard Purdie
Percussion, Drums   Pancho Morales
Backing Vocals   Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch, Pat Smith
Tenor Sax   Andrew Love, Lou Collins
Trumpet   Wayne Jackson, Roger Hobbs
Trombone   Jack Hale
Baritone Sax   Jimmy Mitchell

Call Me – Montreux Jazz Festival – 1971

Title  Call Me
Composer  Aretha Franklin
Live at  Montreux Jazz Festival, Casino de Montreux
Year  1971 (June 12)
Country  Switzerland

With The King Pin Orchestra
Saxophone & Director  King Curtis
Guitar  Cornell Dupree
Bass  Jerry Jemmott
Organ  Truman Thomas
Drums  Bernard Purdie

Let It Be / Call Me – 7″ Spain – 1970

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Title  Let It Be (Que Sea) / Call Me (Llama)
Label  Hispavox – Atlantic
Catalogue #  H-594
Format  7″ – 45 RPM
Year  1970
Country  Spain

A  Let It Be (Que Sea)  [John Lennon, Paul McCartney]
B  Call Me (Llama)  [Aretha Franklin]

Call Me – Lyrics

Title  Call Me
Composer  Aretha Franklin
Composition’s Year  1969
First Recording Artist  Aretha Franklin
Aretha’s First Recording Year  1970

Lyrics
I love you  (I love you)
And I love you  (I love you)
And I love you too  (and I love you)
Baby will you call me the moment you get there?
Hey baby, um-hum

And I love you  (I love you)
And I love you too  (I love you)
And I love you  (and I love you)
Baby will you  (call me)
Call me  (the moment)
The moment  (you get there)
You get there? yeah, yeah, baby, yeah

My dearest, my dearest of all darling  (ah-ooo)
I know, I know, I know, I know we’ve got to part  (ah-ooo)
Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby
It really doesn’t hurt me that bad yeah  (ah-ooo)
Because you’re takin’ me with you
And I’m keepin’ you right-a here in my heart

It’s all because I love you  (I love you)
Woo-hoo, and I love you  (I love you)
And I love you too  (and I love you)
Baby will you call me the moment you get there, baby?
Will you do that? Will you do that for me now?

Oh-oh-oh-oh, call me  (call me)
Call me the hour  (the hour)
Call me the minute  (the minute)
The second that you get there  (call me, call me, call me, call me, call me, baby)
Baby  (call me)
Call me the hour  (the hour)
Call me the moment you get there?  (don’t forget,don’t forget about me baby)
No don’t forget about me baby  (baby)
I love you  (baby)
Call me  (call me, call me, call me, call me, call me, baby)
Call me baby  (call me)
Call me the hour  (the hour)
Call me the minute, the moment, the second  (call me, call me, call me, call me, call me, baby)
Yeah, call me baby  (the minute)
Call me the minute just  (second)
Second, moment, hour

Català – Crida’m
T’estimo  (t’estimo)
I t’estimo  (t’estimo)
I també t’estimo  (i t’estimo)
Em cridaràs en el moment en què arribis, noi?
Ei noi, um-hum

I t’estimo  (t’estimo)
I també t’estimo  (t’estimo)
I t’estimo  (i t’estimo)
Noi, em  (cridaràs)
Cridaràs  (en el moment)
En el moment  (en què arribis)
En què arribis? sí, sí, noi, sí

La més estimada, la més estimada de totes les estimades  (ah-ooo)
Ja sé, ja sé, ja sé, ja sé que hem de separar-nos  (ah-ooo)
Noi, noi, noi, noi, noi
Realment no em fa tant de mal, si  (ah-ooo)
Perquè em portes amb tu
I jo et mantinc, justament, aquí al meu cor

És tot perquè t’estimo  (t’estimo)
Woo-hoo, i t’estimo  (t’estimo)
I també t’estimo  (i t’estimo)
Noi, em cridaràs en el moment en què arribis, noi?
Ho faràs? Faràs aixó per mi, ara?

Oh-oh-oh-oh, crida’m  (crida’m)
Crida’m a l’hora  (l’hora)
Crida’m al minut  (al minut)
Al segon en què arribis  (crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, noi)
Noi  (crida’m)
Crida’m a l’hora  (l’hora)
Crida’m en el moment en què arribis?  (no t’oblidis, no t’oblidis de mi, noi)
No, no t’oblidis de mi, noi  (noi)
T’estimo  (noi)
Crida’m  (crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, noi)
Crida’m, noi  (crida’m)
Crida’m a l’hora  (l’hora)
Crida’m al minut, al moment, al segon  (crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, crida’m, noi)
Sí, crida’m, noi  (al minut)
Crida’m al minut just  (segon)
Al segon, moment, hora

Call Me / Son Of A Preacher Man – 7″ – 1970

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Title  Call Me / Son Of A Preacher Man
Label  Atlantic
Catalogue #  45-2706
Format  7″ – 45 RPM
Year  1970
Country  USA

A  Call Me  [Aretha Franklin]
B  Son Of A Preacher Man  [John Hurley, Ronnie Wilkins]