Aretha Franklin says that since she has quit smoking, she is singing better than ever

November 1995
Jet;11/6/95, Vol. 88 Issue 26, p22
Reports that Aretha Franklin says she is singing better than ever these days because she has quit smoking. Improvement in clarity and ability to hit notes; Autobiography.


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