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  • I called Aretha from Europe last year to see if she’d join us in Turkey.

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  • Blige -- on her own brand-new record label, and start a restaurant chain called Aretha's Chicken and Waffles.

    The Original Do-Right Woman

  • New diabetes described Aretha, which is still in the first century AD referred to the signs of the disease, manifested dry mouth, thirst, and other violations.

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  • David retired in 2007 and spends a lot of time on his latest boat, an Oyster 53 called Aretha, although he does a bit of consultancy work from time to time too.

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  • LEAH: And yeah, if Paula was smart she would have called Aretha's people.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • You might assume Rumer's song, "Aretha" – a gentle hymn to the power of Franklin – constitutes an elegant compounding of this popular interest.

    Rumer: Seasons of My Soul – review

  • Likewise, "Aretha" seems triumphantly uplifting until you realise it's about an isolated child walking to school with only the music in her headphones for comfort.

    Rumer: 'If Burt Bacharach says you're good, it's time to start believing in yourself'

  • Then there are others who may or may not be able to sing, which is a whole other part that they will have to get right, especially since the soundtrack includes songs such as Aretha Franklin's "Respect" and "Chain of Fools", Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher" and indigenous-language tracks.

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  • Many of the most prominent soul artists, such as Aretha

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  • Already a firm fixture in the pre-order charts, it will be preceded by the release of a new single, 'Aretha' on October 18.

    The Music Fix

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