There is also a pitiful attempt to recreate the best dance track of all time - Deee-Lite's "Groove Is In The Heart" by Natasha Bedingfield and some others, that makes one want to rush and put on the real thing.
Adam though rocked with his versions of David Bowie's "Lets Dance" and bravely took on Madonna's "Ray of Light" in a very odd Kaballah ? style tunic.
I must dig out an old vhs video cassette recording of a 1993 Aretha TV Special: "ARETHA FRANKLIN & FRIENDS: DUETS" where introductions are by Dustin Hoffman and Robert de Niro, and her back-up singers "The Aretha-aires" are only Elton John, Rod Stewart and Aretha's old pal Smokey Robinson. as they belt out the likes of : "Chain of Fools", Elton's "Border Song", "I Never Loved A Man", "Think", "Since You've Been Gone", "Natural Woman", "This Old Heart of Mine", "People Get Ready", Spirit in the Dark" etc. Its almost as good as seeing Aretha at her peak as my pal Stan and I did in 1968 and 1970 both at Hammersmith Odeon, before she stopped flying to Europe.
My Aretha 1968 and 1970 Concert Programmes
We also saw Otis Redding and the Stax Tour there in 1966, just before they took that flight home ....