Shirley Bassi is as glamorous as ever at 83 years old.
Prior to the release of her latest album (November 6), she was featured in Fashion Magazine. Vote And the press material all dressed in gold – including face masks.
Clear reference to the title song Goldfinger The James Bond film that made Bassi famous in the 1960’s did not lose a lot of fans.
The British diva, who was awarded the title of Dam two decades ago, is now releasing a new album: I do all this to you It is the first in five years and it is also gold.
His record company has called it a “fantastic ending” – does that mean Bassi is probably leaving the music business after so many years?
This is the case if the title fits. She says the album is a big thank you to all her fans and celebrates “70 years in the show business, 70 years of support from her fans and 70 years full of music”.
In I do all this to you She offers great music with cover versions and new songs.
She plays with all her simple craves, lots of voices and her theatricality of British Grand Dam Pop.
Her voice, which she lost temporarily in the mid-1980s after the shock of her daughter Samantha’s death, is still full of power.
There is a lot of drama in his presentation Who wants to live forever By the queen. And in his classic version there is an almost contagious disease Always on my mind, Which was a great success for Elvis Presley and the pet shop boys.
And in all of this, there is a big band number Look but don’t Dutch.
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During the recording, he couldn’t stop dancing, Bassi says, now a grandmother and grandma have passed away several times. “We had our own little party in the studio.”
The lyrics to the title song were written by Bassi’s good friend and colleague Don Black, an elderly lyricist who also wrote Bond’s song. Diamonds are forever (1971), among others.
Meanwhile, the music was composed by British songwriter Jack McManus, who was born 20 years later. Goldfinger Was released.
When you listen to Barry Manello’s inspirational song I made it rain three, It’s as if no other version has ever come up but stale.
She knows what she is singing about, she has experienced many ups and downs professionally and personally throughout her long career.
She says the song’s positive message makes it fresh. “It’s important to know that things will get better and we’ll get it done.”
“The songs I choose feel very personal and connected to my life,” she says.
If I do all this to you His last work, then Bassi made a farewell. – DPA