Atlantic Records: The House That Ahmet Built

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Description: Beginning with Ruth Brown, whom Ertegun told to stop trying to sound like Doris Day, Atlantic specialized in rhythm and blues singers, eventually adding Ray Charles, Big Joe Turner, the Clovers, LaVern Baker, Clyde McPhatter, and Solomon Burke. More success came in the 1960s as Wexler, a colorful, informative interviewee, molded Aretha Franklin into a soul singer, and Atlantic formed a partnership with Memphis's Stax Records, releasing the songs of Otis Redding and other black performers.
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