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Sandie Shaw

British singer Sandie Shaw had a string of girl group-styled singles in the mid-'60s before she retired in the early '70s. Shaw was discovered by pop singer Adam Faith in 1963, who led her to his manager, Eve Taylor; she released her debut single, "As Long as You're Happy," the following year. It didn't hit the charts, yet her next record, "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me," hit number one in the U.K.; the single hit number 52 in the U.S., yet Shaw was never as big a star in the States as she was in the U.K. For the next three years, she had a string of hits -- most of them written by her producer Chris Andrews -- that kept her at the top of the charts. In 1967, Taylor began to move Shaw into cabaret territory; the approach proved a success when the Bill Martin/Phil Coulter song "Puppet on a String" hit number one. She recorded one more Coulter song, "Tonight in Tokyo," before returning to Chris Andrews. However, none of her further work with Andrews resulted in hit singles. Released in early 1969, her English version of the French "Monsieur Dupont" managed to crack the Top 20; it would turn out to be her last hit.

In 1970, Shaw tried to become a family entertainer, yet those plans were scuttled by a failed marriage and scandalous rumors that circulated in the British newspapers. She subsequently retired for the rest of the '70s. Shaw returned to recording in the early '80s when BEF, a Heaven 17 side project, prompted her to record "Anyone Who Had a Heart," an old Cilla Black hit. The Smiths' lead singer Morrissey began championing her in interviews, as well, which led her to record a version of the band's "Hand in Glove" supported by the Smiths themselves; the single briefly appeared on the U.K. charts. Shaw recorded a version of Lloyd Cole's "Are You Ready to Be Heartbroken?" in 1986; like "Hand in Glove," it scraped the bottom of the pop charts. In 1988, she recorded an entire album, Hello Angel; although it featured songs by the Smiths and the Jesus and Mary Chain, it failed to make a large impression on the pop charts. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Track List: 60s 2 On 1: Sandie / Me

1. Everybody Loves A Lover

2. Gotta See My Baby Every Day

3. Love Letters

4. Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself

6. Don't Be That Way

7. It's In His Kiss

8. Downtown

9. You Won't Forget Me

10. Lemon Tree

11. Baby, I Need Your Loving

12. Talk About Love

13. Tous Les Jours

15. You Don't Love Me No More

16. I Don't Need That Kind Of Lovin'

17. Down Dismal Ways

18. Oh No He Don't

19. When I Was A Child

20. Do You Mind?

21. (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am

22. I Know

23. Till The Night Begins To Die

24. One Day

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Track List: Nothing Less Than Brilliant - Greatest Hits 1964-95

1. (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me

2. Girl Don't Come

3. Long Live Love

4. Message Understood

5. Tomorrow

6. Puppet On A String

9. Monsieur Dupont

10. Those Were The Days

13. Nothing Less Than Brilliant

15. Where Were You

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Track List: Reviewing The Situation

1. Reviewing The Situation

2. Lay Lady Lay

3. Mama Roux

4. With The Sun In My Eyes

5. Walking The Dog

6. Love Me Do

7. Oh Gosh

8. Your Time Is Gonna Come

9. Coconut Grove

10. Sympathy For The Devil

11. Frank Mills

12. Junk

13. The Fool On The Hill

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Her rendition of Petula Clark's Downtown was a true second class number - clipped words that sounded like she was out of breath, notes hovering around the pitch that were cringe worthy, etc. - no wonder whe never had a noteworthy career.
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Cilla was one of the best during the 1960s...
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Nice voice -- maybe she was on Shindig or Hullaballoo?

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