MARIANNE FAITHFULL: The most enigmatic of the Brit Girls, no less popular today than back then, whose fall from grace made world headlines, but who dragged herself out of the mire to become—and remain—one of
the world’s most prestigious entertainers. SANDIE SHAW: The “Barefoot Princess” and one of the decade’s most alluring images—she topped the British charts three times, won Eurovision, sang with The Smiths, and while the world
was still at her feet bowed out of the music scene, never to return. LULU: The wee Scottish lassie with the voice which could demolish a skyscraper—the only Brit Girl to top the US charts, she married a Bee Gee, also won Eurovision, and following a slump
in her career made a spectacular return singing with the boy band, Take That. Includes full UK & European 1960s Discographies. Also in this series: British Divas Of The 1960s Volume One: Dusty Springfield, Helen Shapiro, Cilla Black & Kathy Kirby.