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Here’s an acoustic version of a classic song the late Chips Moman wrote for Aretha Franklin. When the Georgia-born Moman died on June 13 at age 79, he left a prodigious Southern American musical legacy: He was the man who brought soul to Stax Records, producing the label’s first big hit, Carla Thomas’s “Gee Whiz”; recorded Elvis Presley, Bobby Womack, and Willie Nelson; helped launch the career of Memphis blue-eyed soul band the Box Tops; and wrote some of the more enduring songs of the ’60s and ’70s, including “Dark End of the Street” (James Carr), “(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song” (B.J. Thomas) — and this one, along with songwriter Dan Penn, which Franklin took to the Top 10 in 1967. In tribute to Moman, watch Penn perform a soulful acoustic version of  “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man” with keyboardist and fellow Southern songwriter Spooner Oldham. –Mark Kemp