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1 month 3 weeks ago
Continuing the exploration of various previously undiscovered recordings that are among the many musical treasures to be found on the the acclaimed 2021 spanning 4CD set, "ARETHA," co-producer David Nathan checks out the alternate version of “Call Me,” one of The Queen Of Soul’s signature tunes that kicked off her ongoing chart reign in 1970…
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2 months ago
A pair of college friends made some sweet soul music together.
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GAB Archive/Redferns
2 months ago
A selection of her sweetest inspiration in song.
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2 months ago
A tribute to what may be the Motown icon's greatest album.
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2 months ago
His breakthrough 'Baadasssss' film featured the soul legends' music.
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2 months 1 week ago
Motown music historian and writer Sharon Davis reflects on her face-to-face meeting with Barbara Randolph back in the late '80s and pays tribute to Carl Bean, of "I Was Born This Way" fame...
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Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
1 month ago
2021 Introduction: SoulMusic Hall Of Fame two-time inductees, The Staple Singers were basking in having as R&B and pop chart-topper in 1975 with “Let’s Do It Again,” the title track of the Curtis Mayfield-produced soundtrack of the same name. In the spring of 1976, David Nathan caught up with ‘The First Family Of Gospel’ (as they were known back then) to reflect on their success…
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1 week 6 days ago
Continuing the ongoing series of giving the background to key tracks from the 2021 career-spanning 4CD set, "ARETHA" that illustrate ‘The Queen Of Soul’ at work in the studio, co-producer David Nathan checks out the alternate take/mix and longer version of the Franklin classic, “Rock Steady” found on Disc 2…
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