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But they also sang about love and crushes, mostly from the position of a patiently waiting, yearning girl.Ive always had a special place in my heart for the Cookies, whose dorky charm chimed perfectly with their songs lyrics of longing and despair.With the exception of two cover songs (a moving rendition of the 1968 Glen Campbell hit, Dreams of the Everyday Housewife and a wistful take on Hearts Dreamboat Annie the 50-minute album features brand new original material that plumbs the depths of Magnusons fertile imagination.Postman The Shirelles' "Baby It's You" and The Cookies' "Chains.".Theyre known mostly for Chains a Goffin/King number that went on to be covered by the Beatles but some of their other songs had a deeper emotional pull.Ann Magnuson is a whose eclectic resume traverses the entertainment landscape like few others.Freedom Rides began through the South in 1961, and in 1963 at the March on Washington, Martin Luther King., delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech.But this song inevitably gained meaning from the times in which it was heard.Magnuson has also released two solo albums, The Luv Show released (Geffen 1995) and Pretty Songs Ugly Stories (Asphodel 2007).Ann has appeared as a guest vocalist on The Tindersticks album Curtains (singing with Stuart Staples in the duet Buried Bones.But the success of girl groups had to do with more than harmony and lyrics.Girl group songs were often more concerned with love and longing than white-hot lust.Her latest and third solo album, Dream Girl is a surreal dreamscape of spoken word and song.The Lovelites circa 1970.
On this record, Chicagos Lovelites are doing all three, stressing out although admittedly over a laidback groove about how to explain to their folks that theyve got pregnant and the guy responsible has upped and left.
"Whereas these teenage boys, in cities like Detroit, can go out on the streets and kind of roam around the neighborhood and sing harmonies with each other, girls aren't so free to do that.Teenage life became synonymous with pop culture, and with many of these teenagers having money to spend, the record market flourished.Adventure-lovers will adore the books and movies inspired by our characters.On Will You Love Me Tomorrow, however, pre-marital sex controversially took centre stage, although its not the thrill of the act that this classic is concerned with, but the cold, emotional fall-out that can arrive the morning after.Their farmer ønsker en kone 1 5 millioner songs employed a lead voice with backup harmonies, and the music was a hybrid of soul, rhythm and blues, pop and 1950's doo-wop.The Ronettes, who were biracial, also became famous for their bad-girl short skirts, high-piled hair and thick eyeliner.So they're sitting at home or gathering at a friend's house or they're sitting on the bench during basketball practice at school, and doing the same kind of thingharmonizing and making up songs.".Instead, shes someone who's unhappy in love and out to spoil the happiness of others with her trash talk.He stuck with a select group of songwriters who were told to write songs in first person and present tense.
The Ronettes in 1964.