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RMoore

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Here comes Duffy
« on: April 19, 2008, 04:01:04 am »

Don't know if you guys in the US have heard much 'Duffy' yet - but as part of the new Amy Winehouse retro school, here comes Duffy - taking over Europe by storm:

http://www.iamduffy.com/index2.html

I would call this an ultra-retro 60's sound..

Just saw her singing on German TV last night & she got presented with a gold disc for 100k sales in the last 2 weeks..

She seems more together than Amy, so the chances are good she's going to tour extensively & do what needs to be done to work her album.

Funny times..this UK retro nostalgia thing.

Maybe there is potential for those PSW'ers with vintage experience and credentials to tap into this scene... ?

Looks like a pop goldmine to me..




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Re: Here comes Duffy
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2008, 04:28:52 am »

Deja Vu .... Very Happy


The guitar on the album is by Bernard Butler.

I particularly like the title track, Rockferry.

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