'A women’s anthem': Aretha Franklin on Respect
Aretha Franklin, who has died at the age of 76, reflects on her 1967 cover hit Respect in a collection of archive clips. The queen of soul discusses how she and her sister injected Otis Redding’s song with their own twist and its subsequent use as a 'battle cry' and 'women's anthem'
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