The Isley Brothers reminisce back to a conversation with Paul McCartney who graciously told them that “The Beatles” would still be in Liverpool if it weren’t for them.
The “Make Me Say It Again Girl” singers share the story of how “Shout” was created, revealing that the song came about at a show where they sang everything the audience was doing and recorded the song in one take. Then, the brothers admiringly talk about their 60-year friendship with Aretha Franklin, recalling a phone call with her talking about how well Jennifer sang.
If you're curious about their song "Shout" that became their first hit. I'd be surprised if you didn't already know it. Take a listen!