Aretha Franklin's over six-decade career is recalled by music documentarian Paul Ingles and a panel of music writers and commentators in the wake of Aretha's August 2018 passing at the age of 76.
Featured in the program are 20 of Aretha's legendary performances and commentary from Ann Powers of NPR Music, Writer and educator Rob Bowman, writer Ashley Kahn, writer and musician John Kruth, and public radio host Gwen Thompkins.
|Respect||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||02:50|
|Precious Lord||Aretha Franklin||Aretha Gospel.||Geffen||1991||04:57|
|Mary Don't You Weep||Aretha Franklin||Amazing Grace.||Atlantic||1972||04:52|
|Today I Sing The Blues||Aretha Franklin||The Queen In Waiting.||Sony||2011||04:52|
|Dr. Feelgood||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||03:17|
|Chain of Fools||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||:30|
|Do Right Woman, Do Right Man||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||01:35|
|I Never Loved A Man (The Way That I Loved You)||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||02:47|
|Think||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||02:13|
|Ain't No Way||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||04:07|
|Baby I Love You||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||02:35|
|Spanish Harlem||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||:30|
|Save Me||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||01:18|
|Dark End of the Street||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||04:27|
|The House That Jack Built||Aretha Franklin||Soul Queen.||Rhino / Warner||2007||01:44|
|Jumpin' Jack Flash||Aretha Franklin||Aretha.||RCA||1986||02:07|
|My Country 'Tis of Thee||Aretha Franklin||No Album.||Whitehouse.gov||2008||02:51|
|(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman||Aretha Franklin||Kennedy Center Honors.||CBS||2015||04:20|
|A Change Is Gonna Come||Aretha Franklin||I Never Loved A Man.||Atlantic||1967||
Paul Ingles founded the non-profit media company Good Radio Shows, Inc. in 2003 to produce programs that inform, inspire and improve the human condition, principally the PEACE TALKS RADIO series on peacemaking and nonviolent conflict resolution.Paul has been in broadcasting since 1975 and has experience as a producer, news and sports reporter, recording engineer, editor, on-air personality, trainer and manager. Paul has worked at radio and television stations in North Carolina, Washington, DC, Ohio and New Mexico. More recently, as an independent radio producer, he has filed reports for NPR news magazines and NPR newscasts as well as numerous other public radio programs including Justice Talking, On The Media, Living on Earth, The Splendid Table, National Native News, The Looseleaf Book Company, Beyond Computers, and Pacifica Network News. His newspaper writing was often featured in The Albuquerque Tribune. He has produced radio programs on music, popular culture, literature, media literacy and other topics that have been distributed either by NPR or independently to public radio stations around the world. He is best known for his in-depth programs on Beatles history and music specials on other artists like Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and many more. His other programs include "Local Broadcast News and Local Democracy," "A Celebration of Southwest Storytellers," "A Holiday Folk Tour with Judy Collins" and "The Open Mic Folk Series." Paul is president of both Good Radio Shows, Inc. and Cedar Creek Studios, Inc.