Describing the cultural reception of Dusty Springfield when she was alive and since her death, this book considers the of Dusty Springfield as cultural icon--partly promoted by the woman who went by that name, partly interpreted down the years by newspapers, magazines, television, books, and websites. Although neither history nor biography in any conventional sense, the book may be viewed as containing historical and biographical features, as it narrates a life-in-text across nearly half a century. Setting Dusty against the musical and social background of her times, this work also provides theoretical perspectives against which to discuss her artistry.A website - http://www.cnn.com/5TYLF.9702/24/beehive.queen - credits a certain Margaret Vinci Heldt of Illinois with ... Dusty wants to a#39;make up while we talk... takes me ages to do thisa#39;. the a#39;black painted rings that encircle. ... Disc, 25 September 1965 a#39;just shy of a coronationa#39;: Variety, 10 January 1997 until Amy Winehouse in 2007: The rapidity with which Amy Winehouse became a household name isanbsp;...
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