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Sandie Shaw

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Sandie Shaw: University of London Union, London

Live Review by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 26 November 1988

Sandie's sure thing Adam Sweeting welcomes Sandie Shaw back to live gigs. ...

Singles from the Who, Otis Redding, Small Faces, Lorraine Ellison and more

Review by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, 12 November 1966

WHO PLUS BATMAN: A MINI BONANZA! ...

Blind Date: Sandie Shaw meets Tracey Ullman‚ the Generation Game

Interview by Max Bell, No. 1, 19 May 1984

SANDIE SHAW WAS ONE OF BRITAIN'S TOP SINGERS IN THE '60s. NOW SHE'S BACK IN THE CHARTS WITH THE '80s SOUND OF THE SMITHS' 'HAND ...

Singles from Them, Tom Jones, Percy Sledge et al

Review by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, 14 May 1966

Sandie's improved — this is a big hit ...

Dusty Springfield, Cilla Black, Sandie Shaw: Under the Hair Drier!

Report and Interview by Penny Valentine, Disc, 13 November 1965

What DO DUSTY, SANDIE and CILLA talk about when they're trapped? ...

Sandie Shaw with the Smiths

Interview by Mark Cooper, No. 1, 5 May 1984

TEMPTED OUT of retirement by the friendship and the songs of The Smiths, Sandie Shaw seems girlishly bemused by the sudden fuss around her. ...

Sandie Shaw: The Sandie Shaw Supplement (Pye Mono NPL 18232)

Review by uncredited writer, Record Mirror, 14 December 1968

ONCE AGAIN, it's my pleasure to announce that Sandie has come up with a gem of an album. There are those who disparage, in these ...

The Truth About the Pop Idles...

Report by Dawn James, Rave, July 1965

What is the truth about our stars of pop? How hard do they really work for the fabulous rewards that pop success brings? Are they ...

Girl in a Girl's World: To Make Sandie Sure...

Interview by Jean-Marie, Rave, February 1965

Beginning a new rave series spotlighting each month a different girl star and the special world in which she lives. ...

Sandie Shaw: Liverpool University

Live Review by Penny Kiley, Melody Maker, 5 July 1986

A GIRL CALLED SANDIE ...

Sandie's Set To Act!

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 10 December 1965

"'ELLO, IS THAT you? This is me. I've been trying to get through to you for over 20 minutes. What are you — a god ...

Sandie Shaw: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Jane Solanas, New Musical Express, 12 July 1986

SHAW? POSITIVE! ...

Cathy McGowan, Sandie Shaw, Cilla Black, Lulu: Screening the Girls

Interview by Sylvia Stephen, Fabulous, 21 February 1964

SHE WANDERED into my office looking a bit vague — a tall, slender girl, with long, straight dark hair. Tinted glasses hid her lovely blue-grey ...

Eurovision: It's That Time Again!

Retrospective by Tom Hibbert, Smash Hits, 26 April 1984

On May 5 it's The Eurovision Song Contest. And — admit it — you'll be there in front of the telly cringeing as this year's entry, Belle And The ...

Sandie Shaw: Sandie — 'I'm No Rebel'

Interview by Keith Matthews, Record Mirror, 2 January 1965

IF THERE ARE any contenders for the title of: "Quickest Success of the Year" (the past one) — I'm certain Sandie Shaw would be well ...

The Rolling Stones, Percy Sledge et al: The Week's New Singles

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 14 May 1966

Plenty of tips, including a new Stones. Many follow-ups which aren't marvellous, and some outsiders, including Percy Sledge and Jimmy James and the Vagabonds ...

The Mindbenders: Danger From Clippy!

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 25 February 1966

AS I APPROACHED the Mindbenders' dressing room down in the vaults of the BBC-TV Centre, a young lady hurtled out of an adjacent ladies' room ...

Sandie Shaw: Bella Ragazza

Interview by Penny Valentine, Disc and Music Echo, 5 August 1967

SANDIE SHAW was engaged in something of a friendly battle with an Italian waiter at the Palace Hotel, Viareggio, when I finally caught up with ...

Sandie Shaw: Unsure Sandie

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 19 March 1965

BACK from a hectic five-day promotional tour of France I found Sandie Shaw and composer Chris ('Long Live Love') Andrews seated at a piano in ...

Sandie Shaw and Adam Faith

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 2 April 1965

ADAM GOT the Rolls out and with Sandie Shaw and I in the back we drove along Tooting Bec Broadway searching for a fish and ...

Eve Taylor: Queen Bee Of Show Business

Profile and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 16 July 1965

EVELYN TAYLOR – affectionately, respectfully, jealously and irreverently known as the "Queen Bee of Show Business" – has a loud voice, grey hair and the ...

Sandie Shaw

Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 25 November 1967

I WENT several rounds with Eve Taylor and Sandie Shaw over dinner last Friday, where among other things we discussed her performance at last week's ...

Sandie Shaw: Her Anatomical Assets

Report and Interview by Keith Altham, New Musical Express, 4 November 1967

PROVING quite conclusively that she has legs right up to her shoulders, Sandie Shaw wearing her self-designed string mini dress (or was it a vest?) ...

Sandie Shaw: Nothing Comes Easy (EMI)

Review by Terry Staunton, Record Collector, December 2004

AS STAGE GIMMICKS go, not wearing shoes is a pretty lame one, but it's what the tabloids of the '60s would inevitably focus on when ...

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