The Queen of Soul wrote this 1968 feminist anthem later featured in the 1980

The queen of soul wrote this 1968 feminist anthem

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The "Queen of Soul" wrote this 1968 feminist anthem, later featured in the 1980 film The Blues Brothers . She is ________________. Diana Ross Ella Fitzgerald Martha Reeves Etta James Aretha Franklin
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17 The most famous Classic Blues singer of the 1920s-1930s, ____________, traveled in her own private railroad car and had an entourage including forty musicians, dancers, singers, and comedians. Billie Holiday Ma Rainey Etta James Bessie Smith Willie Mae Thornton 18 First recording for RCA and National Records under the name "Miss Sharecropper," _________________ spends the late 1960s serving as musical director at military bases abroad. Aretha Franklin Diana Ross Etta James LaVern Baker Mary Wells 19 In the 1920s, _________________ featured male performers playing portable instruments such as banjo, guitar, and harmonica. They were mobile, moving from one community to another, primarily throughout the Mississippi Delta. Rock and Roll City (Classic) Blues Rhythm and Blues Jazz Country (Rural) Blues 20 Singer/songwriter _____________ had a 1963 hit with "It's My Party," featuring Latin-sounding rhythms, horns, and background vocal pads. Aretha Franklin Mary Wells Lesley Gore Martha Reeves Brenda Lee
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21 Bessie Smith signed to Columbia Records in 1923, and her first record, __________________, sold 780,000 copies. "Down Hearted Blues" "(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean" "Hound Dog" "God Bless the Child" "Barrel House Blues" 22 Sisters Betty and Mary Weiss and twins Marge and Mary Ann Ganser formed the __________________ and recorded some of the quintessential Girl Group mini-dramas. Chantels Shirelles Chiffons Crystals Shangri-Las 23 The only American musical style to successfully compete with the British Invasion (after 1964) was _________________. Gospel Rhythm and Blues Country Jazz Motown 24 First recorded by LaVern Baker in 1956, ________________ also became a #25 Pop hit for Black Oak Arkansas in 1973.
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