Knowledge Identifier: +Dusty_Springfield
Born in 1939.
Countries: United Kingdom (31%), United States (28%), USA (13%)
Linked to: VH1, Pet Shop Boys, Mercury Records, NME
Dusty Springfield was one of the best-selling UK singers of the 1960s
Dezo Hoffmann - He earned international acclaim in the 1960s, shooting photographs of well known pop and showbiz personalities, such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, Charlie_Chaplin, Sophia Loren, Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Laurence Olivier, The Kinks, The Shadows, Tom Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Frank Sinatra, Bob Marley, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Elton John, Omar Sharif and Pink Floyd
From 1962, Springfield's parents lived in Hove, where Catherine died in 1976 of lung cancer in a nursing home
By 1968 Carole King, a songwriter whom Springfield had frequently tapped for material, had embarked on a solo singing career, while her relationship with the chart-peaking Bacharach-David partnership was floundering
It was the 96th most popular song of 1969 in the US. It earned Springfield a nomination for the Grammy award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1970
From late 1972 to 1978 Springfield had an "off and on" domestic relationship with Faye Harris, a US photojournalist
The first was 1978's "It Begins Again", produced by Roy Thomas Baker
David A. Stewart - The band developed into The Tourists who enjoyed modest success, including a hit in 1979 with a cover of the Dusty Springfield hit "I Only Want to Be with You"
Tommy Faragher - Tommy signed a publishing deal with 20th Century Fox in 1980 and wrote songs for Peter Criss and Dusty Springfield
She tried to revive her career in 1985 by returning to the UK and signing to Peter Stringfellow's Hippodrome Records label
Springfield returned to the studio with Pet Shop Boys, who produced her recording of their song "Nothing Has Been Proved", commissioned for the soundtrack of the 1989 drama film, "Scandal"
Steve Marker - He famously spotted Angelfish singer Shirley Manson's music video on MTV, which led to her joining the group, as Marker felt that Manson differed from the high pitched and screechy female singers of the 1990s and "was more like the voices that we loved growing up, which was more Patti Smith and Chrissie Hynde -- sort of that classic pop sound -- maybe Dusty Springfield
In 1994 the song was featured in a scene of the film "Pulp Fiction", and the soundtrack reached No. 21 on the "Billboard" 200, and at the time, went platinum in Canada alone
Dina Carroll - The new album, "Dina Carroll", was originally planned for release at the end of 1998, including her cover of the Dusty Springfield song, "Son of a Preacher Man"
Dina Carroll - However, due to the untimely death of Dusty Springfield in early 1999, this single was withheld
Shirley Manson - In 2008, Manson contributed to a Dusty Springfield tribute album, with an unspecified release date
Nickolas Grace - On 29 July 2009 he appeared on the UK version of "Dragons Den" as the proposed director of a new touring musical based around the life of Dusty Springfield
Morrissey - In 2012 in an email interview, Morrissey revealed that "Wikipedia names Dusty Springfield as my first influence