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    Tracklist
    1
    Face A
    1.
    Little Sally Walker
    Dor & Dewey
    00:00
    2.
    Ooh poo pah doo
    Jesse Hill
    00:00
    3.
    I burned you letter
    Ruth Brown
    00:45
    4.
    Think
    James Brown & The Famous Flames
    00:00
    5.
    Wonderful world
    Sam Cooke
    00:44
    6.
    Sticks and stones
    Ray Charles
    00:00
    7.
    I Want to know
    Sugar Pie DeSanto
    00:00
    Face B
    1.
    The Teacher
    The Falcons
    00:00
    2.
    A fool in love
    Ike and Tina Turner
    00:45
    3.
    Over you
    Aaron Neville
    00:46
    4.
    Chain gang
    Sam Cooke
    00:00
    5.
    Cause I love you
    Rufus & Carla Thomas
    00:00
    6.
    Save the last dance for me
    The Drifters
    00:00
    7.
    Tell me how
    The Isley Brothers
    00:00
    2
    Face A
    1.
    I'm a Pilgrim
    The Soul Stirrers
    00:45
    2.
    You talk too much
    Joe Jones & His Orchestre
    00:00
    3.
    Shop around
    The Miracles
    00:00
    4.
    Gee whiz [Look at his eyes]
    Carla Thomas
    00:00
    5.
    Won't be long
    Aretha Franklin
    00:45
    6.
    Miracles
    The O'Jays
    00:00
    7.
    Gettin hip
    Otis Redding
    00:44
    Face B
    1.
    Georgia on my mind
    Ray Charles
    00:46
    2.
    Don't go strangers
    Etta Jones
    00:00
    3.
    Thanks to you
    Jerry Butler
    00:00
    4.
    Today I sing the blues
    Aretha Franklin
    00:00
    5.
    At last
    Etta James
    00:45
    6.
    Willow weep for me
    The Coasters
    00:46
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    CHAPTER 2:

    In 1960, the world of Soul is marked by the emergence of talented female singers. Endowed with strong personalities and with a singular style, Aretha Franklin, Carla Thomas, Etta James, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Tina Turner demonstrated to female vocalists that it was possible to depart from the conventional mellifluous and high-pitched voices and to reject the status of a mere and everlasting background to which “girls band” had always been relegated.

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