CD&DVD set released by boutique label Sfe. This edition includes two bonus tracks, variant versions of lead single 'Wherever Would I Be'; an original Dusty solo version and the more A.O.R. tinged guitar led 'Walter A. Mix' which was aimed at the American market.
3 CD box set released by Spectrum Audio. Customer reviews on Amazon reveal that although buyers already have most of the songs, they still buy the set to have in the car, due to the reasonable price. And, not least, to have Dusty with them, always & everywhere!
We have yet to investigate why, but we're pleasantly surprised Dusty's Son of a Preacher Man has re-entered the iTunes charts. Today, it's on no. 31, and on the iTunes R&B/Soul charts, it's even higher, on no. 4!!! Way to go!
Simon Bell reports on dustyday.co.uk that a Reputation Special Edition will be re-issued in August. Simon's recollection from the recording sessons feature in the booklet of the CD.
This 3-disc collector’s edition includes the original album, all known extended versions and remixes, the B-sides from the singles released from it and the promotional videos of those singles on a DVD.
Happy birthday, Burt Bacharach! Thank you for all those wonderful songs, and for making magical music with Dusty!
Tom Goss offers a new, and different take on Dusty Springfield's classic song Son of a Preacherman. His video features two teenage boys who fall in love despite their anti-gay surroundings. Watch the video here.