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Aretha Franklin

during her first recording session

at Columbia Records, New York, 1961


Photograph: Frank Driggs Collection/Getty Images



The queen of soul: Aretha Franklin a life in pictures

The queen of soul for six decades, Aretha Franklin,

has died aged 76.


Take a look at some of her greatest moments,

from her first ever recording session at Columbia

to her final ever live performance


Thu 16 Aug 2018        15.10 BST






Aretha Frankin    1942-2018



let's take the soul train!



USA > 20th century > 1920s-1970s > Civil rights era















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