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Brittany Howard and Ruby Amanfu

"I Wonder"

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March 14, 2013

Howard, the Alabama Shakes frontwoman, steps into Jack White's Third Man Records lab to take on "I Wonder," a Vietnam-era tune by Seventies sugar-man Rodriguez. Backed by one of White's touring bands, she and soul singer Ruby Amanfu turn in a sisterly workout with a reggae breakdown – what Bonnie Raitt might sound like if she went through a down-home garage-rock phase.

Click to listen to Brittany Howard & Ruby Amanfu's 'I Wonder'

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