Aretha Franklin’s music is going to be the subject of a new, huge box set coming in November. “Aretha,” dropping November 20th, will feature 81 tracks, including 19 previously unheard recordings.

The box set, which spans Aretha’s career from 1956 to 2015, will be released as a four-CD compilation, although there will also be a single CD version and a two-LP version.

Some of the songs featured in the set include “Ooh Baby Baby,” with Smokey Robinson from a 1979 episode of “Soul Train,” a duet with Tom Jones on “It’s Not Unusual” and “See Saw,” and Aretha’s live performance of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” from 2015’s Kennedy Center Honors.

There will also be a home demo version [below] of “My Kind of Town (Detroit Is),” as well as demos/alternatives of “Try a Little Tenderness,” “Young, Gifted and Black” and “Chain of Fools.”