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  1. Jumpin' Jack Flash
  2. Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves
  3. I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) featuring George Michael
  4. What Now My Love Sinatra, Frank with Aretha Franklin
  5. Put You Up On Game featuring Fantasia
  6. What Y'All Came To Do featuring John Legend
  7. Never Gonna Break My Faith featuring Mary J. Blige and The Harlem Boys Choir
  8. Through The Storm Duet with Elton John
  9. It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be Duet with Whitney Houston
  10. (You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman Featuring Bonnie Raitt And Gloria Estefan
  11. Doctor's Orders Duet with Luther Vandross
  12. Ever Changing Times featuring Michael McDonald
  13. Chain Of Fools featuring Mariah Carey
  14. Don't Waste Your Time featuring Mary J. Blige
  15. Love All The Hurt Away featuring George Benson
  16. Nessun Dorma
Browse the assembled talent on this disc and you're bound to be wowed by the bold names--Hello, Frank Sinatra, George Benson, and Elton John--but anyone who's been listening to the Queen of Soul long enough knows even fellow legends often have cause to feel humbled in her presence. And it's interesting, but the duets collected here tend to work in inverse proportion to the fame of the collaborator: "Hello My Love" with Sinatra is so-so, though it's certainly not for lack of effort by the always-on Aretha, while "Put You Up on Game" with American Idol's Fantasia comes as a revelation; Fantasia could have been all crack-voiced and quaking in her spike-heeled ankle boots, but she proves up to the challenge. If the heavy hitters were cowed by the Queen's supremacy and it shows (it does), it's worth remembering that a lot of the recycled tracks here--the ones you'll most likely buy the record for, including the exceptional "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves" with the Eurythmics and "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" with George Michael--more than make up for it. Also, three new duets--the one with Fantasia, plus one with John Legend, and one with Mary J. Blige--prove Aretha's becoming more selective with her singing partners. You might have expected at least one of them to stumble, but none does. The older Aretha gets, it seems, the less room she has on her chain of fools. --Tammy La Gorce