51 Weeks: 51 Songs From The Past: Week 2: Shirley Bassey – Get The Party Started

Hugh Roberts with his series 51 Weeks: 51 Songs from the Past.. this week Dame Shirley Bassey..

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Welcome back to one of the new features I launched last week here on Hugh’s Views And News. Thank you to everyone that joined in and shared one of their favourite songs. Check out all the songs in the comments section of the post for week 1 by clicking here.

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On Sunday 8th January 2017, Dame Shirley Bassey celebrated her 80th birthday. What better way to celebrate than with a party. Take it away, Dame Shirley…

Born in 1937 in Cardiff, Wales, Shirley is probably best known for recording the songs to the James Bond films, Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever and Moonraker. However, in 2007, at the age of 70, she recorded and released ‘Get The Party Started’, a song originally released by American recording artist, Pink, in 2001.

Charting at number 47 in the UK and at number 43 in the Billboards Year-End Hot Dance play tracks charts, this…

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