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In Episode Two of “In A Lifetime – with Aretha Franklin”, Leo takes us back to Aretha’s 1964 recordings. Columbia Records were still looking for her first commercial success, getting her to record hits of the day, such as “My Guy” and “The Scoop Scoop Song”.
However, it was another track on the album “Runnin’ Out Of Fools ” that would change musical history and provide her with her first massive, worldwide hit record.
Leo also shares with us the story behind her debut on Atlantic Records in 1967, that resulted with one of the greatest albums of all time, that included “Think”, “I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You”, “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man”, as well as an incredible rendition of “Soul Serenade”, that still sounds mesmerising, nearly sixty years after Aretha recorded it.
We’ll also hear, how vitally important the contribution was of the carefully selected musicians, whom the great Ahmet Ertegun had booked to accompany her.
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