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What was it that made the late 70’s and early 80’s music so great? Something magical where – finally, for the first time in history – black, gay, straight, white, … In short everyone was united on a dance floor with music full of joy.

So we share sounds from amazing nights at Les Caves du Roy, GreenGo(s), Les Bains-Douches, Studio 54 and beyond. And there was a queen for this age, her name Aretha Franklin!

When it comes to Aretha Louise Franklin (March 25, 1942 – August 16, 2018) you may at once think of “Rock Steady“, “The House That Jack Built“, “Respect” and/or other 1960s and 1970’s songs.

For me, it was in LA, a few blocks from Tower Records at 8801 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood) that I went to hear her sing. It was 82. I was 12. Her music includes partnerships with many, such as George Benson, George Michael, Larry Graham, Whitney Houston, James Brown, Elton John, and others..

Sampling 1980s Aretha Franklin Songs:

1980’s Albums:

Aretha (1980)

Love All the Hurt Away (1981)

Jump to It (1982)

Get It Right (1983)

Who’s Zoomin’ Who? (1985)

Aretha (1986) – It is the third album with the Aretha title to be released by Franklin, following her 1961 album and 1980 album.

Through the Storm (1989).

For other albums see this full discography from 1961 to 2014.

Sampling More Timeless Tunes …

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