February’s pick of the pops
Non è mai tardi
Here, in the second of a two-part special on Hungarian female singers of the 1960s, we delve deeper into what made Budapest the most swinging of the eastern bloc cities.
Hungary’s female beat singers, pt 2
Song without end
Celui que j’aime
A new CD celebrates anti-yé-yé girl Stella, reminding us just what an enjoyable addition she made to France’s pop scene.
Jackie Trent was often left having to choose between her own recording career and writing songs for Pet Clark and others.
Italian singer Isabella Iannetti cut plenty of high-quality material from 1963 onwards but never quite made the premier league of pop.
Here she performs Quanti ragazzi. Issued in 1964, it is one of her best singles and a highlight of the new Ciao bella! Italian female singer compilation. Check it out on Amazon.
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