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- In the United States, Who's Zoomin' Who? peaked at number 13 on the Billboard 200, becoming Franklin's highest-charting album since Young, Gifted and Black had reached number 11 in 1972.
- Some of these releases were from the acclaimed albums Spirit in the Dark and Young, Gifted and Black.
- In 1973 white skinheads launched a violent melee in a night club, chanting "young, gifted and white" and cutting the speakers as the West Indian disc jokey was playing Young, Gifted and Black by Bob and Marcia.
- "Rock Steady" is a song written and performed by Aretha Franklin and released in 1971, from the album Young, Gifted and Black.
- It was included as the closing track of Aretha's 1972 Young, Gifted and Black album as well.
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