Before becoming a household name in the 1960s and ’70s, Carla Thomas made records for her dad. During his tenure as A&R man at Stax Records, Rufus Thomas gave his little girl an outlet to sing and record with the Teen Town Singers in 1952 – at the age of 10. By 1962 she’d earned enough clout for Stax to sign her as a solo artist. She earned a few big hits over the first half of the 1960s, namely “Gee Whiz” and “B-A-B-Y,” but it was her 1967 hit “Tramp” that proved Thomas was no one-hit-wonder. It also signaled

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