For the first time in a massive, single 133,000-word volume!
KATHY KIRBY: Britain’s answer to Marilyn Monroe, for whom there was no such thing as a bad take.
DUSTY SPRINGFIELD: The enigmatic, much-missed creator of the unique style known as “blue-eyed soul”.
CILLA BLACK: The only important female singer to emerge from the “Mersey Sound”, whose speciality was powerhouse ballads with which she was unrivalled.
HELEN SHAPIRO: The teenage sensation whose commercial career ended as the other Brit Girls were coming into their own.
MARIANNE FAITHFULL: The most enigmatic of the Brit Girls, no less popular today than back then, one of the world’s most prestigious entertainers.
SANDIE SHAW: The “Barefoot Princess” and one of the decade’s most alluring images.
LULU: The wee Scottish lassie with the voice which could demolish a skyscraper—the only Brit Girl to top the US chart.
Best-selling biographer David Bret tells their story with affection, honesty and compassion.