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Category: “Living on a Prayer, a Hope & a Hand-Me-Down”

Vikki Carr: Living on a Prayer, a Hope & a Hand-Me-Down

Let’s see if we can track all the prominent women pop vocalists’ excursions down South in the late 1960s and into the new decade: (1) Dusty Springfield (née Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O’Brien) kicked things off when she recorded her classic Dusty in Memphis album at American Sound Studios in

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