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Titel Think
Komposition Aretha Franklin, Ted White, 1968
Originalinterpret Aretha Franklin
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Info Franklin brings the funk with gospel fervor, and the Muscle Shoals rhythm section delivers it with a swing in its step. Forget girl power: Aretha was the ultimate woman, not to be pushed around, and "Think" brims with the confidence of a singer at the very top of her game. It's barely two minutes long, but the song is still a veritable suite, with four sections you'll never get out of your head. If the "freedom!" bridge doesn't shoot you full of energy and make you yearn for the highway, check your pulse. Aretha is dynamite, but this song is also a clinic in back-up singing-- the interplay between lead and accomplices is so ridiculously tight one can't even exist without the other. The group interplay cements the powerful women's lib message of earlier hit "Respect" (and doubles as a powerful race-relations message). "Think" is more than just another excellent Atlantic soul side. "Think" is power. --Joe Tangari

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