Listen: Aretha Zalba Wilson Pickett, Hammond, Casey Kasem discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning
"Love what you. Do these Casey Kasem One We had some musical ones here last. Month But this was her first big hit and it wasn't, much longer, much later when she recorded, respect hurry. SEC t t written by Otis Redding away You want somebody, told? Me last night somebody a friend of mine who's a musician Andy Metron who used to be on the bozo, professor Andy on the old buzzer right he, told me that for all of the notoriety that Aretha brought to the song respect and chain of, fools never, loved a man like you, just play Songwriters and. There are states that continue to get rights for those short Aretha didn't I mean she, she got paid one time for recording the record and. Did not get royalties for, all. Of those years wow we're all of those big hit songs wow just did they didn't have royalty systems setup, back then not the. Way they do now Yeah and it's still very limited now where it's the songwriter really that, gets the royalties not really they're not really not really former former that's interesting. That's interesting but muscle shoals has been the if you look. At credits on various albums Aretha Zalba Wilson Pickett many. Others you will see that they were recorded in muscle shoals Alabama, would have never known that was the source for a lot of those records for especially, for Atlantic records and some of the other label which was related things she. Was on Motown and she she was never on Motown she actually her first record contract was with Columbia records she recorded. In. The very early nineteen sixty s she. Was, like eighteen eighteen years eighteen years old daughter of a? Very famous minister in in Detroit C l Franklin he'll Frankel and where she got. Started seeing enter daddy's church yeah by the way that's a fantastic picture of you and her that you post about that wasn't that nice that's great It's Honored to be backstage with. Her That was before her two thousand. Nine interview, at the horseshoe casino in. Hammond we went that was stage we talked with her Yeah Story with my my cameraman who was with me that day might Dangelo. Name He puts he's sets up the. Microphones and all that he. He, was the one Aretha had. A strapless gown she was about on stage, no it had a strapless gown and he had what's called the lovelier microphone which is just a tiny little clip on microphone And he clipped it honor and it the, clip didn't attach and it fell into her cleavage The microphone and he's like What do. We do now I do I So That interview that you. Heard Was almost dude We say well muscle shoals has partly sunny day eighty one degrees at the fame recording studios, in muscle shoals Alabama We are going to hear some of that interviews matter of fact with the re Franklin and I have to say what has now become. My favorite route Retha recording when she paid tribute to Carroll. A couple of years ago, at the Kennedy Center honors I. Saw that the other day. Online again gives, me goosebumps when I, hear the Saul I hear why, version of. This so that's gonna come up and you know when you watch that you're just so happy for Carol Carol king she's so he's completely blown. Away that I obviously didn't know that Aretha was gonna come on and sing that. Song and play the piano play. The piano, and, Aretha comes on wearing a big old for code and her purse she brings everything out of, weather There's a lot of the old performers they don't. Want to leave anything backstage, 'cause they think someone's going to. Steal their staff so she. Breaks her her, purse and her coat, what's the person up on the, piano plays. The song with her for code on eventually taking it off when she starts wailing but it's it's just a fantastic cut and we'll play some. Of that and my little bit of my interview with the Retha when we come. Back Dean Richards Sunday morning WGN I say WGN tending."