Dusty Springfield

Dusty Springfield You Don't Have To Say You Love

Load More
I Only Want To Be With You
Wishin’ and Hopin’
Anyone Who Had a Heart
Stay Awhile
All Cried Out
The Look of Love
I Just Don’t Know What to Do with Myself
What’s It Gonna’ Be – Philips 1967
Son Of A Preacher Man
 Never Love Again (69)
Am I The Same Girl
Magic Garden

OUR FAB WHITE BRITISH SOUL DIVA:

Yes she did lots of versions of original material by American black Soul artists BUT she was simply fantastic, wasn’t she. YES WE ARE BIG BIG FANS.

The English soul diva, she was full of genuine soul yet always doubting herself and apologising to the black artists that she admired for attempting their genre. In fact¬† she was fantastic. Her records were played at Manchester‘s soul clubs in the 1960’s and at all the other clubs too.

Dusty Springfield

She was born: Mary Isabel Catherine Bernadette O’Brien on the 16th April 16 1939, Hampstead, London. She would become the ‘White Negress’, a title bestowed on only two white soul singers. As a matter of fact had they had similar appearances – the other was Chris Clarke.

She began her career as part of the Springfields – a pop folk trio in 1960, together with with her brother Dion O’ Brien and his friend Tim Field.

What’s It Gonna Be was a huge tune at Manchester’s Blue Note Club.

Dusty was undoubtedly the greatest ever British female soul singer.

Born: 16th April 1939

Died: 3rd March 1999

Cause of Death Breast cancer

Wikipedia: Dusty Springfield