Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - Little By Little - 1968 Pop Rock 45

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Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me / Little By Little

Label: Philips 40371

-Year released: 1966

-Billboard number: 4

-Canadian pressing

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Side A

You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

Side B

Little By Little

-Mini bio: Born Mary O'Brien on April 16, 1939 in London, England. Died of cancer on March 2, 1999, age 59. Folk/pop/white soul singer. With brother Tom Springfield and Tim Field in folk trio The Springfields. Of all the female British pop artists of the 1960's, she made one of the biggest impressions on the American/Canadian record market. Owing to her distinctive, sensual sound , she was one of the most notable white soul artists. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999.

-Dusty Springfield released a string of well-crafted folk-pop/white soul singles between 1964-87 including Stay Awhile, Wishin' And Hopin', In The Middle Of Nowhere, You Don't Have To Say You Love Me, The Look Of Love, What's It Gonna Be, Sweet Ride, Son-Of-A Preacher Man, The Windmills Of Your Mind, Willie & Laura Mae Jones and A Brand New Me among others.

Dusty Springfield You Don't Have To Say You Love

Dusty's voice always touches me it is so great and she always sang with so much feeling something that i find lacking in alot of these so-called singers of today.

One of the most beautiful ballads ever composed and no one could
interpret its message except Miss Springfield.
You dont have to say you love me is undeniably an evergreen and will remain popular for decades to come. ...

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Condition Used
Format 7", 45, 12LP
Label Phillips
Color Black