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Aretha Franklin : Respect

Author: Gregory HallMartin MelhuishAretha FranklinJohn PhillipsSmokey RobinsonAll authors
Publisher: West Long Branch, NJ : Standing Room Only Entertainment : Distributed by Kultur International Films, [2003?]
Series: Impact : songs that changed the world.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An in-depth look at how Otis Redding's song Respect, as recorded by Aretha Franklin, made a strong impact, and reflected a shift in the tone of both the Women's Rights and the Civil Rights movements.
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Music
Named Person: Aretha Franklin; Otis Redding; Aretha Franklin; Aretha Franklin
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Gregory Hall; Martin Melhuish; Aretha Franklin; John Phillips; Smokey Robinson; Annie Lennox; Corridor Group Productions Inc.; Standing Room Only Entertainment (Firm); Kultur International Films.
ISBN: 0769785719 9780769785714
OCLC Number: 181912505
Notes: Originally produced as an episode of the Canadian television series Impact in 2003.
Bonus: Contains a preview of the entire impact series.
Credits: Editor, Jason M. Lyons ; director of photography, Dave Sanders ; original music, Johnny Douglas.
Performer(s): Features Aretha Franklin ; with John Phillips, Smokey Robinson, Annie Lennox and many others.
Description: 1 videodisc (24 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, NTSC; Dolby digital.
Series Title: Impact : songs that changed the world.
Other Titles: Respect
Impact (Television program)
Responsibility: producer, Gregory Hall ; director/writer, Martin Melhuish ; produced by Corridor Group Productions, Inc.

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An in-depth look at how Otis Redding's song Respect, as recorded by Aretha Franklin, made a strong impact, and reflected a shift in the tone of both the Women's Rights and the Civil Rights movements.

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