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The Barefoot Princess defined in 30 seconds (Sandie Shaw)

Singer Sandie Shaw is one of the most successful British singers in history. Dubbed the “barefoot princess of pop”, her single “Always Something There to Remind Me”, hit number 1 on the charts in 1964. 94 more words

Fashion

The Songwriters - Burt Bacharach and Hal David

We’ve looked at such behemoths of songwriting as Lennon/McCartney, Leiber and Stoller and Holland/Dozier/Holand, but there is another partnership that served up an incredible menu of pop songs during that golden era that was the 1960s: Burt Bacharach and Hal David. 930 more words

The Arts

Sandie Shaw And The Millionth Marvell Cooker – Wendy Robertson (2008) – A Chick-Lit From A Male Point Of View Review

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This was British author Wendy Robertson’s 21st novel.  Prior to this she was best known for Victorian family sagas, this was a nod to more recent times and you can tell derives from some personal experience.  463 more words

Sunday Music - (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me

Today’s music video is (There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me,  and the song is performed here in this clip by the English singer Sandie Shaw. 906 more words

Videos

2041 Love Me Do - Sandie Shaw (1969)

Love Me Do was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. It was first recorded by The Beatles in 1962. Sandie Shaw recorded the song in 1969. 18 more words

Beatles