Win a double CD of classic soul
Sunday 26 September 1999
1) Aretha Franklin's "I Say a Little Prayer", one of her seven tracks on The Best of Atlantic Soul, was a top 10 hit in which year?
2) Otis Redding, with six tracks on The Best of Atlantic Soul, had a 1966 hit with which Rolling Stones hit from a year before?
3) Ben E King's "Stand By Me", featured on The Best of Atlantic Soul, was later recorded by which ex-Beatle?
Send your answers, with your name, address and day-time phone number, to: Atlantic Competition, Culture, Independent on Sunday, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5DL, to arrive by Friday 1 October. Senders of the first 10 correctly answered entries drawn from the hat after the closing date will each receive a copy of The Best of Atlantic Soul. Results to be published next Sunday.
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