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    A very young Aretha with her biggest crush (and musical idol), Sam Cooke, possibly an early 1960s photo (1963, 1964-ish).

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    • El Gould

      Motown artist, Sam Cooke, with a very young Aretha Franklin. Cooke was Franklin's biggest crush (and musical idol), possibly an early 1960s photo (1963, 1964-ish).

    • Susan Lamb

      Motown artist, Sam Cooke, with young Aretha Franklin. Cooke was Franklin's biggest crush and musical idol. Early 60's photo.

    • Rosaleen Dubh

      ''Aretha Franklin & Sam Cooke - 2 Music Mavericks who took Gospel into Soul''

    • Rebecca Martello

      Aretha Franklin, Sam Cook. Greats of music!

    • Alexa Lee

      Aretha Franklin and Sam Cooke...so amazing

    • beachgal

      Aretha Franklin with Sam Cooke - 1962

    • The Miscellanista

      Aretha Franklin & Sam Cooke

    • Anne

      Aretha & Sam Cooke

    • Nicole Gibson

      sam & aretha

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