Most music fans have a favorite song recorded by two-time Grammy® award winner Rita Coolidge—Fever, We’re All Alone, One Fine Day, (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher & Higher, The Way You Do The Things You Do—and many more memorable hits. Rita's credentials are the stuff of legend with one of the most enduring solo careers in all of music. 

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Many male rock stars of the Sixties and Seventies have released memoirs, presenting their version of the time as one of debauchery, pleasure and sexual privilege. When the era’s women tell their stories, though, a darker side emerges. Coolidge tells of her musical success but also the indignities she and others suffered at the hands of some of the era’s greatest talents. Also intriguing — her claim that she was denied credit for writing one of the most recognizable musical passages in rock history, the piano coda to ‘Layla.’
— Larry Getlen