ARETHA FRANKLIN

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ARETHA FRANKLIN
1 GENRES
1.1 Soul
1.2 Jazz
1.3 R&B
2 INFLUENCE AND ARTIST
2.1 On
2.1.1 Mary J Blidge
2.1.1.1 She mixed hip hop music in hard most likely for grown-ups
2.1.2 Whitney Houston
2.1.2.1 She use to sing and dance in different way
2.1.3 Alicia Keys
2.1.3.1 Her singing is soft and use too much effects
2.1.4 Reasons
2.1.4.1 Personalities
2.1.4.2 Inspiration
2.2 By
2.2.1 Sam Cooke
2.2.2 Bessie Smith
2.2.3 Ella Fitzgerald
2.2.4 Reasons
2.2.4.1 She was surprised
2.2.4.2 Felt determined to show her soulful
2.2.4.3 Her sessions in new york
2.2.4.4 She love to sing so she believes she change the music on her own
3 ALBUMS
3.1 1970-1990s
3.1.1 'Aretha'
3.1.2 Girl's in love with you
3.1.3 Spirit in the dark
3.1.4 'Think'
3.1.5 'Chain of fools'
3.1.6 'The house that Jack built'
4 HER CAREER
4.1 Born in 1942 Memphis Tennessee
4.2 became famous in 1987
4.3 Won her grammy in 2008
4.4 Atlantic records 1960 her first recording
4.5 Signed up with John Hammond which she started recording
4.6 She advanced in Columbia
4.7 Producer Jerry Wexler
4.8 She has remained of her 60s work with Muscle Shoal Sound Rhythm Section
5 SONGS
5.1 1960-1990s
5.1.1 I say a little prayers
5.1.2 Bridge over troubled water
5.1.3 Freeway of love
5.1.4 Baby I love you
5.1.5 Call me
5.1.6 Don't cry baby
6 Instruments
6.1 Piano
7 Technology she associated with
7.1 Atlantic Studios
7.1.1 8 Track equipments in 1958
7.1.2 Mowtown drums
7.1.3 2 Mics on the kit
7.1.4 EQ
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