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    Carla Thomas & Father Rufus Thomas - Do the Funky Chicken

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    DaDDy_sHug_1972

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    Related artists: Booker T. Jones, Irma Thomas, Sam & Dave, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Johnny Ace, The Staple Singers, The Bar-Kays, David Porter, Isaac Hayes, Carla Thomas, Junior Parker, B.B. King, Ike Turner, Big Mama Thornton, Bobby Blue Band, Bobby "Blue" Band, Eddie Floyd, Sam Phillips, Mike Stoller, Raymond Jackson, Al Lewis, Soul Stirrers, George Jackson, Percy Sledge, Al Green, James Carr, Luther Ingram, Albert King, Bobby Rush, Sam Mosley, Sam Cooke, Booker T. & the MGs, Booker T. & the MG's, the Mar-Keys, Elvis, Al Green, James Brown, Little Richard, Fats Waller, Art Tatum

    The songs in the film, in order of appearance, are:

    "What You See Is What You Get", performed by The Dramatics
    "Oh La De Da", performed by the Staple Singers
    "We the People", performed by the Staple Singers
    "Respect Yourself", performed by the Staple Singers
    "Star-Spangled Banner", performed by Kim Weston
    "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing", performed by Kim Weston
    "Someone Greater Than I", performed by Jimmy Jones
    "Lying on the Truth", performed by the Rance Allen Group
    "Peace Be Still", performed by The Emotions
    "Old-Time Religion", performed by William Bell, Louise McCord, Debra Manning, Eric Mercury, Freddy Robinson, Lee Sain, Ernie Hines, Little Sonny, the Newcomers, Eddie Floyd, the Temprees, Frederick Knight
    "Son of Shaft/Feel It", performed by The Bar-Kays
    "I'll Play The Blues For You", performed by Albert King
    "Jody's Got Your Girl and Gone", performed by Johnnie Taylor
    "Walking the Backstreet and Crying", performed by Little Milton
    "I May Not Be What You Want", performed by Mel and Tim
    "Picking Up the Pieces", performed by Carla Thomas
    "The Breakdown", performed by Rufus Thomas
    "If Lovin' You Is Wrong, I Don't Want to be Right", performed by Luther Ingram
    "Theme from Shaft", performed by Isaac Hayes
    "Soulsville", performed by Isaac Hayes