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Previously unreleased track by Aretha Franklin is coming out

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This April 19, 2017 file photo shows Aretha Franklin performing at the world premiere of “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives” at Radio City Music Hall in New York. A previously unreleased Franklin recording of “O Tannebaum” will be released as part of the holiday album “Big Band Holidays II” from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis.

Christmas is bringing the gift of a previously unreleased Aretha Franklin recording.

“Big Band Holidays II” from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis has a holiday album that will feature the late icon singing “O Tannebaum.” Franklin performed the song as she played the piano at a 2015 holiday concert at Jazz at Lincoln Center; her performance of the classic, in both English and German, was a surprise.

It will be featured on the album, which is being digitally released on Oct. 25 and will be in stores on Nov. 2. Few songs have been released from Franklin since her death in August 2018.

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