Music Memphis Soul Stew King Curtis and Aretha Franklin (morceau - 1967)

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Composed by saxophonist King Curtis, the song Memphis Soul Stew was first released in 1967.

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    It quickly became a classic and was first performed live by Aretha Franklin in 1971 during her concerts at the Fillmore in San Francisco. During these three nights, the singer performed other covers, such as Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon & Garfunkel, the mythical Respect by Otis Redding and Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles.

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