To celebrate the late great Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, Allegra and Karly got together to talk a little bit about Aretha’s life, dedication to civil rights, and of course her music.

Our Top Aretha Songs

  • 1971’s “Spanish Harlem”
  • 1982’s “Jump To It” from the album: Aretha
  • 1974’s “Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)” from the album Let Me in Your Life
  • 1972’s “Rock Steady” from the album: Young, Gifted and Black
  • 1971’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” from the album: Aretha’s Greatest Hits.
  • 1968’s “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”  from the album: Lady Soul
  • 1967’s “Dr. Feelgood (Love Is a Serious Business)” from the album I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You
  • 1968’s “I Say a Little Prayer” from the album: Aretha Now
  • 1972’s “Day Dreaming” from the album: Young, Gifted and Black
  • 1967’s “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man” from the album: I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You
History References
  •  Franklin, Aretha (1942-2018)
  •  Aretha Franklin, feminist, and activist  Elwood Watson August 19, 2018
  •  Aretha Franklin: The sound of the civil rights movement August 16, 2018

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Host, THAT POP THIS LIFE, TALKING SHONDALAND, and TV ATE MY BRAIN - Karly Beaumont is a mom who does it all. She started working in theater, on and off stage, translated what she learned there, and began making films. Now she’s turning her focus and obsessive media consumption toward the podcasting world, producing & hosting several shows, most notably That Pop This Life and Talking Shondaland.