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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