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Carol Grimes: Whole World Blues

Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 1 August 1970

FOR YEARS, girl singers were expected to conform to the pop music rules. Summed up: thou shalt not stomp around, rave, rampage or scream. Thou shalt contrive at all times to act demurely, in dress be ladylike not sloppy and thou shalt similarly perform with sweetness and light.

Total word count of piece: 466


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