Valentine's Day... going to bed early
so that I can make it home before
the rooster crows.
just then, pussycat, admit it - Yeah!
and he invited me back to emcee the annual
Valentine's dance here at SDMM, the most
shagadelic station in the nation. The place
is packed to the rafters with blokes and
birds so let's get the party started.
Dellions & Dellettes, I bring you
my V-Day Brit bird hen party
featuring five of the greatest
girl pop singers in the UK.
By the way, you can learn
more about this gaggle
of geese in my new book
(TELL THEM AUSTIN POWERS SENT YOU AND THEY'LL
SUPER-SIZE YOUR ORDER TO TEN ZANY BIRDS!)
singer and songwriter Jackie Trent had a gift.
Jackie's renditions often rivaled the originals.
Listen to the powerful punch Jackie delivers
as she sings "Reach Out," the song made
famous by Motown's Four Tops.
composition "Life And Soul Of The Party"
and released it on a single in
the spring of 1966.
of "Listen People," the song that became a top 5
U.S. hit for Herman's Hermits that same year.
Don't look now but Sarah's sensational slab
just might be the definitive version!
greatness when she was backed by the Beatles
in September 1962 at the Cavern Club, a bill
that also included future British Invasion
act Freddie and the Dreamers.
earning Tawny the distinction of being only Brit
girl to have a single issued on the legendary U.S.
girl group imprint. It's shocking that neither of