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5 hours ago

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Dusty often said that The Springfields jumped up and down a lot and were very jolly. That was certainly the case sometimes but then they could turn on a sixpence and perform a beautifully poignant song like this ๐Ÿ’”

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In retrospect, it was so obvious that Dusty would go on to forge a solo career. What a classic case of non-fulfillment it would have been had she not done.

Nice song

Lovely song.

21 hours ago

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"When 60s icon Dusty stole the show in Glasgow"

From reviewer Gerry Kilgallon

"Four thousand teenagers crowded the Odeon Cinema, Glasgow, last night for the beat package show headed by The Searchers โ€“ and saw a slip of a girl steal the limelight,โ€ he said.

โ€œWhen compere David Kinnaird โ€“ called in at the last minute to MC the show โ€“ asked for a shout of โ€˜we want the Searchers!โ€™, the first house crowd changed their shout to โ€˜we want Dusty!โ€™

โ€œThis was a fitting tribute to a wonderful performance by Dusty Springfield, who had just contributed 15 minutes of brilliant entertainment featuring her hit songs and a few others โ€“ plus a shake that had the audience screaming. Worth top billing any time.โ€

Born Mary Oโ€™Brien in Hampstead, north London, in 1939, Dusty began singing with her brother Dion in their parentsโ€™ garage. After they left school, they started performing at local folk clubs and later, at Butlinโ€™s holiday camps.

She launched her solo career with I Only Want to Be With You, which went straight to number four in the UK and number 12 in the US.

Other smash hits followed - Wishinโ€™ and Hopinโ€™, I Just Donโ€™t Know What Do With Myself, Losing You โ€“ and for the next few years, Dusty was rarely out of the charts. She toured the world, was voted Best Female Vocalist in the New Musical Express annual awards for five successive years, and she was given her own BBC television show.

Her last big hit was Son of a Preacher Man in 1968, and two years later, Dusty relocated to America where her health began to deteriorate. In 1987 she received a career boost when she recorded the hit song What Have I Done to Deserve This? with the Pet Shop Boys. She later went on to record Nothing Has Been Proved, the Pet Shop Boysโ€™ theme tune to the 1989 movie Scandal.

She was diagnosed with breast cancer, and sadly died in 1999."
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When 60s icon Dusty stole the show in Glasgow

From reviewer Gerry Kilgallon

Four thousand teenagers crowded the Odeon Cinema, Glasgow, last night for the beat package show headed by The Searchers โ€“ and saw a slip of a girl steal the limelight,โ€ he said.

โ€œWhen compere David Kinnaird โ€“ called in at the last minute to MC the show โ€“ asked for a shout of โ€˜we want the Searchers!โ€™, the first house crowd changed their shout to โ€˜we want Dusty!โ€™

โ€œThis was a fitting tribute to a wonderful performance by Dusty Springfield, who had just contributed 15 minutes of brilliant entertainment featuring her hit songs and a few others โ€“ plus a shake that had the audience screaming. Worth top billing any time.โ€

Born Mary Oโ€™Brien in Hampstead, north London, in 1939, Dusty began singing with her brother Dion in their parentsโ€™ garage. After they left school, they started performing at local folk clubs and later, at Butlinโ€™s holiday camps.

She launched her solo career with I Only Want to Be With You, which went straight to number four in the UK and number 12 in the US.

Other smash hits followed - Wishinโ€™ and Hopinโ€™, I Just Donโ€™t Know What Do With Myself, Losing You โ€“ and for the next few years, Dusty was rarely out of the charts. She toured the world, was voted Best Female Vocalist in the New Musical Express annual awards for five successive years, and she was given her own BBC television show.

Her last big hit was Son of a Preacher Man in 1968, and two years later, Dusty relocated to America where her health began to deteriorate. In 1987 she received a career boost when she recorded the hit song What Have I Done to Deserve This? with the Pet Shop Boys. She later went on to record Nothing Has Been Proved, the Pet Shop Boysโ€™ theme tune to the 1989 movie Scandal.

She was diagnosed with breast cancer, and sadly died in 1999.

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Absolutely loved her she was such an icon.

She was and still is a joy to listen to xxx notice how often that unmistakable voice pops up on radio ,Tv etc xxx

Not only did she steal the show, she drank them all under the table!

Dusty, such an outstanding sound, with the most beautiful smile, and soul Love and miss her still.xxโคโค

Nobody around to steal her crown

Such talent faaxxxooo

She was unique. I love her music

Absolutely love this! ๐Ÿ’•

Beautiful picture of Dusty

Cool article...learning more and more every day about Dusty. Thank you!

Hello Dusty! Gosh you are sweet

I never tire of listening to Dusty.

and there was my dusty

She could sing anything

Beautiful in every way

Brian Alejandro Scott

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Loved to see Dusty's hair in this style. It really suited her. ๐Ÿ™‚

2 days ago

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It just feels so apt right now (we don't get many heatwaves in the UK!)

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Believe it or not, but I just wrote a musical article on the heat, and in the second part, I mentionned Dusty's cover of 'Heat Wave'. www.keysandchords.com/art-kreunt-u-ook-onder-de-hittegolf.html?fbclid=IwAR3V4InSS1InWc24SA8OHrbdp...

No wonder Martha Reeves adored her. She did more to promote the Motown sound than anyone!!!

A week-long hear wave starts here today. Hopefully, that will be Summer's last hurrah.

Dusty is HOT in this song. Matches up with Martha Reeves. FANTASTIC............<3 <3 <3

Pity she didn't sing Stormy Weather. It might bring on the storm I've been waiting for very impatiently!

My favourite Martha and the Vandellas song - absolutely irresistable and infectious โค

Leonie Hartley-Hoover Laurie Nelson Sue Baker Wendy Shaer Dan Shaer There's NOTHING she can't sing!!!!

Another flawless live performance. Motown magic

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2 days ago

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An early solo career hop, skip and jump into massive success ๐Ÿ˜Š

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Is that the knocker upper photo from Mothers Pride ad on tv?

She always has that mischief in her eyes ๐Ÿ‘€ Love it! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

Karen Rafty...how good is this photo...

So cool...love this photo!

Great photo!

Nice picture of Dusty.

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3 days ago

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Two photos taken of Dusty in Sydney by Douggie Reece of the Echoes in October 1967. Dusty was appearing for a three week season at Chequers nightclub in the city. ... See MoreSee Less

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Are you sure it wasn't the Silver Spade Room at the then Chevron Hotel in Kings Cross? - I was at one of Dusty's concerts then. Dusty was in brilliant form๐Ÿ˜

This is the time What's It Gonna Be? was released in Australia. Dusty had a Top 10 Hit with it! One of my favourite songs! Dusty appeared on The Don Lane Tonight Show a couple of times. ๐Ÿ‘

Saw the Four Tops at Chequers 70/71...smart little dining/cabaret club

She looks exhausted bless her x

She looks done in poor girl. Don't suppose the long flight to Australia back in those days helped.

Oh wow! Thank you! Love the close-up! Thank you!

Always nice to see new pics of Dusty

Gosh she worked hard!

Still beautiful

Little early for picture snapping ๐Ÿ™€

Lovely! x

Sydney.

Our Sweet Dusty. ๐ŸŽผ๐ŸŽผโค๏ธ

a beautiful girl

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4 days ago

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How wonderful it would have been to have heard Matt and Dusty perform a duet.

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I became a fan of Matt Monro when I was 8 and a cousin bought the record "From Russia with love". I still love that song. Didn't know he was from the UK. What a great singer! Needless to say I love Dusty too!

Imagine the vocal empathy between the two of them. Each, I suspect, would have tailored their performance to highlight the best vocal qualities of the other. I remember once hearing an MM interview in which he mentioned seeing Peggy Lee live. She told the audience that her favourite vocalist was in the audience, and his head was swivelling try to identify where maybe Frank Sinatra was sitting. Then she said it was Matt Monroe. Many years later, he remained incredulous!

Yesterday when I was young, is a timeless song,which has been recorded by Dusty and Matt Monro. I love both their versions and I feel to have them sing this as a duet would be so full of feeling and so very moving. With today's recording technology it can still be done as a duet...would be a dream come true for me.

The best 2 voices the UK has ever had. Matt was a magnificent singer, far too underated

Loved them both, Dad met Matt monroe at batley variety, He stepped off stage and shook Dad's hand and had few words, Grew up listening to both, Mum used to do a great Dusty impression, Even had the same hair do,Happy days

My favourite solo artists, both had incredible voices.

Two people with incredible voices. Just LOVED Matt Monroe's voice ๐Ÿ˜Š

Such brilliant voices and the songs they sang were so much better than most of today's.

Now that would be the most beautiful sound to hear Matt and Dusty sing.. xxx.. 2 magical voices.. xx

Surprising to see that he wasn’t that tall! And Dusty was on the petite side herself.

I would love for someone to ‘mix’ a duet with Matt and Dusty singing. My favourite Matt song “On Days like These”

Such sensitive voices they both had they would've made a beautiful duet together!

Loved both of them xx they would have been great together xx

Loved Matt Munro, fabulous voice xx

I loved Matt Munro. I think he sang the title song in the movie Quiller Memorandum in the 60’s starring George Segal. He had a great voice.

No-one else Comes Close to these great vocalists, and Nobody Will !!!!!

Nostalgic picture of arguably the best male & female singers ever from the UK

Two extraordinary talents so sadly taken too young. Their incredible voices will be with us to enjoy forever.,, โค๏ธโค๏ธ

Seen them both sing in the sixties Manchester clubs

That would have been really lovely. Their voices would have blended perfectly. x

Two great singers! ๐Ÿ˜€

great singers

Would have been Two Great Voices together & No X Factor needed.

It certainly would!! She performed with Darin, Williams, and Torme meeting them all on equal terms!! She even sang with Presley, I believe, though no recording exists.

Yes they both had amazing voices

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5 days ago

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Dusty has always had a love affair with America, going right back to her early days,when she went to the movies with her Mother and became intoxicated with all the glamour and glory portrayed in the the many Hollywood movies of the day. A lot of time too was spent there with The Springfields and when she went solo as well. Much later by the early 70s Dusty moved to the States and lived there for some years and at the end of it all, she returned to England in the late 80s and said, "America has been very good to me and very bad to me and it had to be both for me to be here now".

Busy time for her in NY that trip playing the Fox, taping Sullivan, recording tracks for Oooooweeeee, and hanging out with Martha and gang!!!!!

More important than this... youtu.be/TX3PlxvdEf4

My Favorite Singer and True Love !!!! <3 <3 <3

YOU don't have too say WE LOVE YOu for YOU are always close at hand ! God bless her !

Such a special beautiful woman. Xโคโค

Miss her appearances so much R.I.H.โค๏ธ๐ŸŽถ

Absolutely

love her

Beautiful

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5 days ago

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Dusty with Richard Carpenter during the recording of the beautiful Something In Your Eyes. September 1986

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LOVE Something in Your Eyes! And while Dusty is the greatest British lady ever to sing, let's not forget her American equivalent - Karen!

Why didn't he say Dusty I'd love you to have this song as I know you'll do us proud with YOUR brilliant take on it...and HER very own version is indeed very beautiful.

Wonderful composition from Richard and beautifully performed by Dusty.

Just love that song. Dusty sang beautifully.๐Ÿ’—๐ŸŽผ๐ŸŽค๐Ÿ’—

One great singer paying tribute to another

2 of the greatest singers

LOVE! I still have this on a 45.

But why oh why did Richard Carpenter not give credit to Dusty? I dont think her name even appears on the record label!!!

This would have been a massive hit if Richard aloud Dustys name on the recording not his

To me, the tempo of this song was too fast

It does.

Walter Briski Jr. did you know about this?

Beautiful

That bastard didn't even give her credit.

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6 days ago

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Saturday morning breakfast anyone? ๐Ÿ˜‰  Ideal Home Exhibition, Olympia, London.  March 1964

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I’ll have some French toast and cappuccino โ˜•๏ธ fabulous photo! Thank you for sharing !

Had my hair done in the Dusty style throughout the swinging sixties. Plenty of lacquer is the answer.

Dusty, I still and always will Love you !!! <3 <3 <3

Her face is saying... Who’s bloody daft idea was this... get me out!

Dusty had a better idea when she sang "Breakfast In Bed"--one of my favorites of hers.

No matter the the photo ! makes me me that beauty she had as well as in song !

Wow! Beautiful Dusty ๐Ÿ’• I would be 16 when this pic was taken LOL ๐Ÿ˜…

That's what you call a beehive!!!๐Ÿ

Now THAT is a serious beehive hairdo! โค

There’s no way she could reach up and use those over head cabinets

Wouldn’t it have been nice to have breakfast with this star?

Wow! Look at that hair....๐Ÿ’ƒ

Beautiful Dusty photo xx

I don’t understand why she was there. Did she perform?

Cracking Beehive.....๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—

Imponerende sveis!๐Ÿคฉ

She could cook me a breakfast any time x lol

..she dosn't look like a house wife๐Ÿคฃ

Beautiful

Fabulous!!!

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1 week ago

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August 1989, Dusty had returned to England to live and began work on her new album. 'When Love Turns to Blue', written and produced by Climie Fisher wasn't completed at the time and didn't make the final cut for the 'Reputation' album. It was thought to be the first track recorded and finally, and deservedly, was released on 'Reputation and Rarities' in 1997.
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I absolutely love this song! Such a terrific discovery when I borrowed this CD from my local library. In an instant I bought my own CD and I've never stopped playing it.๐Ÿฅฐ

A great Favourite โฃ๏ธ

Lovely song

Love it

Love it

Lovely song

Beautiful

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1 week ago

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Ian Wright, 1966

A local paper published a story claiming Dusty Springfield was making ยฃ1,000 a week, singing in a Stockton nightclub. At the Redcar Grammar School, reporter Mike Hope and I watched spellbound as Dusty proceeded to give the sixth form a lesson in economics. At the end of her chalk scribbling, Dusty detailed how the ยฃ1,000 was divided up amongst her band, costumers, managers and entourage, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that she was left with only a farthing per week, pocket money.

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Ian Wright, 1966

A local paper published a story claiming Dusty Springfield was making ยฃ1,000 a week, singing in a Stockton nightclub. At the Redcar Grammar School, reporter Mike Hope and I watched spellbound as Dusty proceeded to give the sixth form a lesson in economics. At the end of her chalk scribbling, Dusty detailed how the ยฃ1,000 was divided up amongst her band, costumers, managers and entourage, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that she was left with only a farthing per week, pocket money.

Redcar Grammar School
Redcar England
December 1966

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HMM - VERY TRUE , WHAT MOST OF THE PUBLIC DON'T KNOW IS , THAT IF DO A GIG ,, AS I HAVE DONE HUNDREDS OVER THE YEARS FROM NIGHT CLUBS ,TO TELEVISED ONES AT THE MIGHTY LONDON PALLADIUM ETC ETC , HERE AND ABROAD , YOU HAVE TO PAY THE " PRS " = ( THE PERFORMING RIGHTS SOCIETY" A FEE TO THE COMPOSERS FOR PLAYING OR SINGING ONE OR MANY OF THEIR SONGS / MUSIC ETC ,,,, - IT AINT FREE FOLKS !...SO AS DUSTY RIGHTLY SAID .=.. AFTER ALL THESE EXPENCES ARE PAID , THE SUPPOSED " ENORMOUS" FEE YOU WERE PAID ( IN THE CASE OF THE " PALLADIUM" = I WAS PAID THOUSANDS OF POUNDS ) , PLUS INCOME TAX !!! - AINT SO " ENORMOUSE AFTER ALL !!! ๐Ÿ˜ฒ = STAY OUT OF THE MUSIC GAME FOLKS ... THESE KIDS ON THESE SO CALLED TV " TALENT " ( MOST OF IT , LACK OF IT ! ) , SHOWS ARE IN FOR AN EXPENSIVE TIME !!.., AND A SHOCK ,..AND DON'T REALISE IT !!!๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐ŸŽผ๐ŸŽน..

For those who don't know who enda Kenny is...his Irish.. that's all you need to know...๐Ÿ˜…

a lovely girl and singer

Madeline Bell was there, too ๐Ÿ‘

Enda Kenny in his prime at the black board...๐Ÿ˜‚

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1 week ago

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Her beautiful voice brings back lovely memories....she was an Icon...most definitley......๐Ÿ’•

Sweet Dusty Springfield,, One Of A Kind,,,, That’s Why We Love And Miss Her So Much. ๐ŸŽง๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽผโค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ

She was my idol in the 60s I copied everything she wore hair makeup the lot she was fabulous xxx

She was such a class act and beautiful lady.

There'll never be another 'Dusty Springfield' that's for sure.

Dusty is just the pinnacle of perfection.

Dusty was wonderful

Still one of my favourite singers

love dusty always

The best singer ever

<3

Beautiful

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1 week ago

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Beautiful as ever โค

My Sweetheart always !!! <3 <3 <3 ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

My mum had bedroom curtains like that coat thing Dusty is wearing.. in the 1960s.

Love that photo!

GREAT,

Sensational!!! xx

Beautiful

Wonderful x

Beautiful as always

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1 week ago

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That's the all-time insane hair-do! Never before, never after! Love it.

I was able to read it on my iPhone.As someone who brain picked Dusty about her TV shows- I even made up a stack of forms to fill out with spots for dates guests studios sing et al as I figured in the early eighties they’d be marvelous to use in a documentary of her Career and helped me learn about hers just getting the infos and some stories out of her.I don’t think she knew the archives had been leaned out to make storage space as I don’t recall finding that out from her rather it washears later I learned what had happened to them. Inany event this was a good read for me and filled in a number of the missing bits inmy forms. Thank you. Everyone else keep trying!

The print is way too small , can't read it !

I can't read it. ๐Ÿ˜ข

Great read a thanks.๐Ÿฆ‹๐Ÿค๐Ÿฆ‹

Nor me....even when tapped to enlarge it!!!

Poor quality post?๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜ท

Cannot expand enough to read on my Android phone.

Only she could have that hair and be beautiful

How sad...๐Ÿ˜ฅ

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1 week ago

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Some of the ladies of Sanremo 1965. Petula, Timi, Iva, Dusty and Audrey. Today would have been Timo Yuro's 80th birthday. ... See MoreSee Less

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I think Elvis covered 'Hurt'. Great song!

another terrific singer

Wow, Timi Yuro! I love my Dusty too, but Timi had an insane voice. Too bad nobody knew what to do with her or the voice. It happens too often.

I love Timi Yuro - and Dusty of course! ๐Ÿ™‚

I like the song Hurt by Timi Yuro

Incredible voice!

Love I'm so hurt

love always

I have a couple of timi Yuro lp’s.

I just love a newbie โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’•โค๏ธthank you Cas ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’œ

โค๏ธ Timi Yuro โค๏ธ

Petula Clark and Dusty Springfield shared a dressing room at Sanremo in 1965 and the paparazzi tried to take photos of them over the dressing room walls. Petula Clark performed the incredible "Invece Non" there which went on to become a Number 5 hit for her in Italy in 1965.

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Beautiful

I love Dusty Springfield โค๏ธ. I listen to her music everyday, what a great lady she was.

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1 week ago

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There are many photo compilation videos set to Dusty's music on YouTube but I particularly love this one for the way it does go back to her childhood and also includes other photos of Dusty still being mischievous and enjoying some of that childlike fun in later years. ... See MoreSee Less

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I love this song - it was played at her funeral and Carol King said the song was "Perfect". I also love "Roll Away".

Such a fantastic singer and she always sang from the heart, beautiful too.โค๐Ÿฅฐ

Thank you for sharing my video on the Dusty Springfield Page! AKA Whitebabygrandpiano. ๐ŸŽผ Grateful for the honor...Dusty sang Goin' Back so beautifully...this video was a labor of love to her artistry. ๐ŸŒน

Wonderful singer so sadly missed and this song was so perfect for her

Love this song , great singer

Great rendition of a great song.

My favorite song of Dusty’s!

Brilliant song beautifully sung ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ’•โค๏ธ๐Ÿ‘

One of my favourites and resonates with me because I would love to go back!

She had the look, she had the voice... she had everything ๐Ÿ˜Š.

I find this a very moving song

This is my nans and my son favorite song ๐Ÿฅฐ

Great song & what a voice ๐Ÿ‘

The greatest Female singer bar none

Beautifully done.. Thank you.xx

She was the best, I agree

Yes its quite well done.

a favourite Dusty track

Wonderful Dusty! (Pat Dixon)

Except for one Vera Lynn

The Greatest !!!

Too true!

Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien her ashes are scattered on the cliffs of mohar in the south of Ireland free state.Sleep in peace beautiful lady great singer.โ˜˜๏ธโ˜˜๏ธโ˜˜๏ธโ˜˜๏ธ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน

Beautiful song...

Ditto Rosinax

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2 weeks ago

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Love this lady's brilliant singing voice โฃ๏ธ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

Left Nick Reynolds, right John Stewart. Stewart composed Daydream Believer and Gold.

Awesome photo!!! A gem for sure!!!

always love dusty

Brilliant artists

Was the 3rd Kingston Trio member taking the pic I wonder?

Another newbie thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š Cas xxx

Beautiful

Happy days

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2 weeks ago

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Beautiful Photo of Dusty Springfield with the lovely red flowers ๐Ÿ’šโค

Absolutely fantastic photo

It was a really good hair day!

One of my favourite Dusty photos xx

i love this girl

She was beautiful.

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