The Melody Still Lingers On: My Classic Soul Podcast Revisits Chaka Khan's 'What'cha Gonna Do for Me'

Chaka Khan performs in 1981.
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Chaka Khan's third solo album was called What Cha' Gonna Do for Me - and what we're gonna do for you is revisit this amazing album on the latest episode of the My Classic Soul podcast!

Join our own David Nathan and music industry veteran Michael Lewis as they revisit this unforgettable LP, her third to be produced by the legendary Arif Mardin. It featured hits like "And the Melody Still Lingers On (A Night in Tunisia)," "I Know You, I Live You" and even a cover of The Beatles' "We Can Work It Out."

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