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Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien, OBE (16 April 1939 – 2 March 1999), professionally known as Dusty Springfield, was an English pop singer and record producer whose career extended from the late 1950s to the 1990s. With her distinctive sensual mezzo-soprano sound, she was an important blue-eyed soul ...


Apr 27, 2017 ... Dusty Springfield was a member of the folk trio The Springfields in the 1960s. She also had a solo career with hits like Son of a Preacher Man.


Mar 4, 1999 ... Eleven days shy of her induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame -- and two months after being made an Officer of the Order of British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II -- pop singer Dusty Springfield succumbed to breast cancer last night (March 2) at her home in Henley-on-Thames. She was fifty-nine.


Aug 2, 2014 ... The mad, bad and sad life of Dusty Springfield on The Spectator | Call me a crazy old physiognomist, but my theory is that you can always spot a lesbian by…


One of the finest pop-soul vocalists ever. Dusty Springfield was blessed with a powerful, smoky voice that ran the emotional gamut from cool sophistication to simmering passion. Over the course of a long, episodic career, she tackled adult pop, Memphis R&B and Motown-style soul, traditional folk and country and ...


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Aug 21, 2009 ... "I Only Want to Be with You" written by Mike Hawker and Ivor Raymonde was the first solo single released by British singer Dusty Springfield on Philips Recor...


Mar 4, 1999 ... DUSTY SPRINGFIELD was one of the finest singers to emerge from the froth and bubble of the Swinging Sixties. In many ways she epitomised the sound and style of the era. Yet her unique voice, powerful, sensual and rich in passion, had a timeless quality that has proved appealing to new generations of ...


Mar 4, 1999 ... Dusty Springfield, the smoky-voiced English torch singer whose interpretations of pop ballads were suffused with a heartbroken wistfulness, died on Tuesday at her home in Henley-on-Thames, near Oxford, west of London. She was 59. The cause was breast cancer, said her agent, Paul Fenn.