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  • Dusty Springfield You Dont Have To Say You Love

    3:03

    You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
    When I said I needed you
    You said you would always stay
    It wasn't me who changed but you
    And now you've gone away

    Don't you see
    That now you've gone
    And I'm left here on my own
    That I have to follow you
    And beg you to come home?

    You don't have to say you love me
    Just be close at hand
    You don't have to stay forever
    I will understand
    Believe me, believe me
    I can't help but love you
    But believe me
    I'll never tie you down

    Left alone with just a memory
    Life seems dead and so unreal
    All that's left is loneliness
    There's nothing left to feel

    You don't have to say you love me
    Just be close at hand
    You don't have to stay forever
    I will understand
    Believe me, believe me

    You don't have to say you love me
    Just be close at hand
    You don't have to stay forever
    I will understand
    Believe me, believe me, believe me
    You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

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  • Dusty Springfield Son of a Preacher Man

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  • Dusty Springfield — I Only Want To Be With You

    2:39

    1964... #4 UK Singles Chart #6 Australian Charts #7 New Zealand Charts #12 US Billboard Hot 100 #14 US Cash Box Top 100.. This was Dusty Springfield's first single as a solo artist - she was previously a member of The Springfields with her brother Tom. That group had five Top 10 hits in the UK and one in the US. This song is about a girl who has finally found the guy of her dreams - or at least she thinks so. It's very much a teenage crush song in the same vein as many of the girl group songs Springfield loved. When she came to America and began her solo career, Dusty took more of a pop/R&B direction inspired by groups like The Shirelles and The Crystals. #DustySpringfield

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  • Dusty Springfield - Son of a preacher man

    2:26

    Dusty Springfield - Son of a preacher man

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  • Dusty Springfield - If You Go Away

    4:05

    From her tv show in 15 August 1967

  • Dusty Springfield - Wishin & Hopin 1964

    2:58

    Dusty Springfield - Wishin & Hopin 1964

    60s 60er

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  • Dusty Springfield - The Look of Love

    4:18

    Dusty Springfield - The Look of Love (1967)

  • I Only Want to Be with You Dusty Springfield

    2:36

    I Only Want to Be with You written by Mike Hawker and Ivor Raymonde was the first solo single released by British singer Dusty Springfield on Philips Records in November 1963. It rose to #4 in the British charts[19] and #12 on Billboard Hot 100. It is one of those songs, like Skeeter Davis' I Can't Stay Mad At You that makes you feel good. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. The sound recording is administered by UMG & HorusMusic.. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

  • Dusty Springfield - Son of a Preacher Man

    2:30

    You're listening to the official audio for Dusty Springfield - Son of a Preacher Man from the album 'Dusty In Memphis'. Son of a Preacher Man is on Rolling Stone's list of the greatest songs of all time and has been covered by Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin, and Ike & Tina Turner among many others.

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  • Dusty Springfield - You dont have to say you love me

    4:20

    from a 1981 Dutch TV show, 3/3

  • Dusty Springfield Son Of A Preacher Man on The Ed Sullivan Show

    2:20

    Dusty Springfield Son Of A Preacher Man on The Ed Sullivan Show on November 24, 1968. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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    The Ed Sullivan Show was a television variety program that aired on CBS from 1948-1971. For 23 years it aired every Sunday night and played host to the world's greatest talents. The Ed Sullivan Show is well known for bringing rock n' roll music to the forefront of American culture through acts like Elvis Presley, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones. The entertainers each week ranged from comedians like Joan Rivers and Rodney Dangerfield, to Broadway stars Julie Andrews and Richard Burton, to pop singers such as Bobby Darin and Petula Clark. It also frequently featured stars of Motown such as The Supremes, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder and The Jackson 5. The Ed Sullivan Show was one of the only places on American television where such a wide variety of popular culture was showcased and its legacy lives on to this day.

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  • Dusty Springfield - Spooky

    2:45

    Spooky by Dusty Springfield, from the album 'Complete A & B Sides 1963-1970'

  • Dusty Springfield / Windmills Of Your Mind

    3:51

    Dusty Springfield - Windmills Of Your Mind (1969)

  • Dusty Springfield - Anyone Who Had A Heart

    2:56

  • Dusty Springfield - YOU DONT OWN ME

    2:28

    Photo montage of one of the greatest singers in pop history. Dusty did an amazing job on this classic Lesley Gore tune.

  • Dusty Springfield - Live At The BBC . 1967 .

    1:30:59

    Dusty Springfield - Live At The BBC . 1967 .

    Series 2, Episode 1 - 22 August 1967

    1. Get Ready
    2. The Beautiful Land
    3. All I See Is You
    4. Medley: Do Re Mi, Soulville

    Series 2, Episode 3 - 29 August 1967

    1. Come Back To Me
    2. Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
    3. Peel Me A Grape
    4. If You Go Away
    5. You Can Have Him

    Series 2, Episode 4 - 5 September 1967

    1. By Myself
    2. Sunny
    3. Two Brothers
    4. Time After Time
    5. You'd Better Run

    Series 2, Episode 5 - 12 September 1967

    1. Let The Good Times Roll
    2. If My Friends Could See Me Now
    3. I Wish You Love
    4. It Was Easier To Hurt Him
    5. Heatwave

    Series 2, Episode 6 - 19 September 1967

    1. Nowhere To Run
    2. Sweet Lover No More
    3. My Lagan Love
    4. The Mood I'm In
    5. It Ain't All Honey
    6. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

    Series 2, Episode 7. 1969

    1. Live It Up
    2. I'll Try Anything
    3. The Water Is Wide
    4. I Only Wanna Laugh
    5. If You Go Away
    6. Everybody Needs Somebody

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    Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.
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  • Dusty I Only Want To Be With You HD

    2:41

    Re-upped & tweaked, Dusty's first hit from 1963, with my remastering of the stereo mix and special video tribute. I hope you enjoy it! also, Dusty Day information can be found at

  • Dusty Springfield - The Windmills Of Your Mind 1969

    3:51

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  • Petshop Boys & Dusty Springfield What Have I Done To Deserve This

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    Petshop Boys & Dusty Springfield What Have I Done To Deserve This

  • Dusty Springfield - I Just Dont Know What To Do

    3:02

    Dusty Springfield - I Just Don't Know What To Do

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  • Dusty Springfield - In private

    4:15

    One of few songs pet shop boys produced with Dusty on the Reputation album.

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  • Top 10 Dusty Springfield Songs

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    Full list of Dusty Springfield songs:

  • DUSTY SPRINGFIELD ~ Yesterday When I was Young ~.wmv

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    Dusty Springfield ~ YESTERDAY WHEN I WAS YOUNG ~

  • Dusty Springfield - Every Day I Have To Cry

    2:33

    Britain's greatest pop diva, Dusty Springfield was also the finest white soul singer of her era, a performer of remarkable emotional resonance whose body of work spans the decades and their attendant musical transformations with a consistency and purity unmatched by any of her contemporaries; though a camp icon of glamorous excess in her towering beehive hairdo and panda-eye black mascara, the sultry intimacy and heartbreaking urgency of Springfield's voice transcended image and fashion, embracing everything from lushly orchestrated pop to gritty R&B to disco with unparalleled sophistication and depth. She was born Mary O'Brien on April 16, 1939, and raised on an eclectic diet of classical music and jazz, coming to worship Peggy Lee; after completing her schooling she joined the Lana Sisters, a pop vocal trio which issued a few singles on Fontana before dissolving. In 1960, upon teaming with her brother Dion O' Brien and his friend Tim Feild in the folk trio the Springfields, O'Brien adopted the stage name Dusty Springfield; thanks to a series of hits including Breakaway, Bambino, and Say I Won't Be There, the group was soon the U.K.'s best-selling act.

    After the Springfields cracked the U.S. Top 20 in 1962 with Silver Threads and Golden Needles, the group traveled stateside to record in Nashville, where exposure to the emerging American girl-group and Motown sounds impacted Dusty so profoundly that in 1963 she left the Springfields at the peak of their fame to pursue a solo career. Her first single, I Only Want to Be With You, boasted a dramatic sound and soulful melody worthy of a Phil Spector hit, and it quickly reached the British Top Five; it also fell just shy of the Top Ten in the U.S., where it became the first major record from a U.K. act other than the Beatles since the Fab Four's launch of the British Invasion. Her biggest American Top Ten hit, Wishin' and Hopin', was the first in a series of Springfield smashes from the pen of songwriters Burt Bacharach and Hal David; she would subsequently cover Bacharach/David classics including Anyone Who Had a Heart and I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself, surpassed only by Dionne Warwick as the finest interpreter of the duo's songs.

    Additionally charting with hits including Stay Awhile and All Cried Out, by the end of 1964 Springfield was arguably the biggest solo act in British pop, winning the first of four consecutive Best Female Vocalist honors in NME; that same year, she also created a political furor after she was deported from South Africa for refusing to play in front of racially segregated audiences. Returning to England, in 1965 Springfield hosted the television special The Sound of Motown, a show widely credited with introducing the Sound of Young America to the their British counterparts, and continued racking up smashes like Losing You, Your Hurtin' Kinda Love, and In the Middle of Nowhere; in 1966, she scored her biggest international hit with the devastating ballad You Don't Have to Say You Love Me, which topped the U.K. charts and reached the Top Five in the U.S. The soundalike All I See Is You, another heart-wrenching evocation of unrequited love, soon reached the British Top Ten as well; it was followed, however, by the Bacharach/David-penned The Look of Love, a bossa nova-inflected classic positively radiating with dreamlike sensuousness.

    By 1968, however, Springfield's commercial fortunes were on the decline -- in the wake of Sgt. Pepper and the Summer of Love, girl singers were now widely perceived as little more than fluff. This prompted Dusty to take a new direction. The resulting album, issued in early 1969 as Dusty in Memphis, remains her masterpiece, a perfect marriage of pop and soul stunning in its emotional complexity and earthy beauty. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide

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  • Dusty Springfield - I only want to be with you

    2:52

    live from Aspel & Company (1989), interview uploaded separately. Clip is also featured on the dvd Just Dusty. Come and join us

  • Dusty Springfield - Interview

    8:04

    from 1981 OZ TV, thank you Kathy
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  • watch DUSTY SPRINGFIELD live! ~ I ONLY WANT TO BE WITH YOU ~HD- 2 performances - 1964

    2:51

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    Two clips of Dusty singing her first HIT song in America; and a terrific song indeed! The clips are from the Russ Conway, Holland video and her LIVE performance on the Sullivan Show. WE LOVE DUSTY!

  • Tom Jones & Dusty Springfield - Im Gonna Make You Love Me - This is Tom Jones TV Show 1970

    2:49

    Tom Jones & Dusty Springfield performing I'm Gonna Make You Love Me on TV Show This is Tom Jones in 1970.

  • Dusty Springfield - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?

    2:39

    Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
    Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin.
    Originally recorded by The Shirelles.

  • Dusty Springfield - Son Of A Preacher Man

    2:58

    Dusty Springfield - Son Of A Preacher Man (From Live At The Royal Albert Hall)

    Dusty Springfield is Britain's greatest ever pop diva and the possessor of one of the finest and most soulful voices of all time. This concert, filmed at the Royal Albert Hall in 1979 in the presence of HRH Princess Margaret, captures Dusty at the height of her career.

    Billy-Ray was a preacher's son
    And when his daddy would visit he'd come along
    When they gathered around and started talkin'
    That's when Billy would take me walkin'
    Out through the back yard we'd go walkin'
    Then he'd look into my eyes
    Lord knows to my surprise

    The only one who could ever reach me
    Was the son of a preacher man
    The only boy who could ever teach me
    Was the son of a preacher man
    Yes he was, he was, ooh, he was

    Bein' good isn't always easy
    No matter how hard I try
    When he started sweet-talkin' to me
    He'd come and tell me everythings alright
    He'd kiss and tell me everything is alright
    Can I get away again tonight?

    The only one who could ever reach me
    Was the son of a preacher man
    The only boy who could ever teach me
    Was the son of a preacher man
    Yes he was, he was, ooh,lord no's he was

    How well I remember
    The look that was in his eyes
    Stealin' kisses from me on the sly
    Takin' time to make time
    Tellin' me that he's all mine
    Learnin' from each other's knowin'
    Lookin' to see how much we're growin’

    An the only one who could ever reach me was
    A son of a preacher man
    The only boy who could ever teach me
    Was the son of a preacher man
    Yes he was, he was, oh yes he was
    The only one who could ever reach me
    he was a sweet talkin'son of a preacher man
    The only boy who could ever teach me
    I guess he was the son of a preacher man
    the only one was a sweet talkin' son of a preacher man
    The only one ...

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  • Dusty Springfield - The Look Of Love

    2:44

    From the 1967 Casino Royale soundtrack.

  • Dusty Springfield and Martha Reeves - Wishin and hopin

    3:00

    Ready Steady Go Motown Special
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  • Dusty Springfield - Spooky

    2:36

    Dusty Springfield - Spooky

  • Dusty Springfield - Sunny

    2:17

    From her tv show in 5 September 1967

  • DUSTY SPRINGFIELD- Son Of A Preacher Man on The Ed Sullivan Show

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    - Performed on The Ed Sullivan Show on November 24, 1968. Available on the 7 DVD set Ed Sullivan's Rock & Roll Classics -


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  • Dusty Springfield - I Wish You Love

    3:57

    From her tv show in 12 September 1967

  • DUSTY SPRINGFIELD-I FOUND LOVE WITH YOU

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    DUSTY SPRINGFIELD
    I Found Love With You
    from the album IT BEGINS AGAIN
    Written by Michele Aller & Bob Esty
    ARRANGED AND CONDUCTED BY BOB ESTY
    PRODUCED BY ROY THOMAS BAKER
    Background Vocals: Michelle Aller & Bob Esty

    It Begins Again is the tenth studio album recorded by Dusty Springfield and the ninth released. Recorded during the middle of 1977 and released in early 1978, It Begins Again was her first completed and released album since Cameo five years earlier.
    It Begins Again, which was Springfield's debut album for the United Artists label in the U.S. and Mercury Records in the U.K., was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Englishman Roy Thomas Baker, at the time best known for helping create the four first albums by Queen. Musically It Begins Again was geared towards the American adult contemporary, pop and disco markets. Contributing on the album were some of the most renowned American session musicians of the era, such as Jay Graydon, Jeff Baxter, Joe Sample, Ed Green and David Paich and it featured backing vocals by Pattie Brooks, Dianne Brooks and Brenda Russell - all acclaimed recording artists and composers in their own right. The songs on the album were also written by a number of notable composers and lyricists, among others Nona Hendryx, Michele Aller, Bob Esty, Lesley Gore, Ellen Weston, Dean Parks, Peter Allen and Carole Bayer Sager. and Barry Manilow.

    I Found Love With You was discovered when Dusty came to see Leslie Gore at The Troubador in West Hollywood. Aller & Esty (Michele Aller and Bob Esty) opened for her in their very first show. Their opening number was this song which Dusty loved. Producer Roy Thomas Baker called in Bob Esty to arrange the track, along with another track penned by Nona Hendrix called Checkmate. It was the first in a series of hits for Aller & Esty , which included Take Me Home-Cher, Last Dance-Donna Summer, and The Main Event/Fight by Barbra Streisand.

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    Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Wishin and Hopin Dusty Springfield

    2:54

    Dusty Springfield's cover of Wishin' and Hopin' is a note by note perfect copy of Dionne Warwick's 1963 original of the Hal David -Burt Bacharach song. It reached #6 on the pop and #4 on the easy listening Billboard charts during the summer of 1964.
    I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. The sound recording is administered by UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

  • Dusty Springfield ~ THE OTHER SIDE OF LIFE

    2:41

    Track from Dusty's terrific (yet sadly overlooked) Cameo LP (1974).
    Music and lyrics by David Gates.
    Posted by request.

    LYRICS

    So as you go to find yourself
    Don't look too hard
    You may pass yourself by
    Reaching too high
    Wanting the other side of life.

    And as you go to take your place
    Don't go too fast
    Just pretend there's no end
    Make yourself last
    Till the other side of life.

    One day you'll find you're restless
    Searching at an end
    You'll think the world has changed
    But it's just you my friend.

    So as you go to please your heart
    Please take your time
    Someone's waiting there too
    Waiting for you
    On the other side of life
    She's waiting for you
    On the other side of life.

  • Dusty Springfield - Breakfast in Bed

    2:52

    Dusty In Memphis 1969

  • Dusty Springfield - You Dont Have To Say You Love Me

    3:03

    The Dusty Show (1967)

  • DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - I Cant Hear You No More

    2:16

    April 1965

  • Dusty Springfield - Some of your lovin

    2:50

    From her tv show in 1 September 1966

  • Dusty Springfield - You Can Have Him

    1:50

    From her tv show in 29 August 1967

  • Dusty Springfield : Something In Your Eyes

    4:16

    Dusty Springfield : Something In Your Eyes : Simply... Dusty (2000)

    There was a certain face
    That filled a thousand nights
    With all the sweetest dreams
    And promises of paradise
    But that face was gone
    When the dawn would come and steal you
    Yet, I still could feel you
    Waiting just a kiss away
    I'd surely know your face
    Your love would cast a spell
    I'd recognise each curve and line of you,
    I knew it well
    Now at last you're here and I can tell

    Something in your eyes I see
    Is all I ever wanted
    And something in your smile for me
    Is calling out my name
    Your eyes, it seems
    Are mirrors of my dreams
    In ways I can't explain.
    And my heart will never be the same

    We never said a word
    As if we'd always known
    But through the bittersweet of waiting
    We were not alone
    Now we're close enough
    For the touch of love to find us
    Fantasies designed us
    But they never really could
    Begin to measure you
    No pictures ever do
    And as I watch you framed in sunlight
    In a sky of blue
    I know what my life's been leading to

    Something in your eyes I see
    Is all I ever wanted
    And something in your smile for me
    Is calling out my name
    Your eyes, it seems
    Are mirrors of my dreams
    In ways I can't explain.
    And my heart will never be the same

    Something in your eyes I see
    Is all I've ever wanted
    And something in your smile for me
    Is calling out my name
    Your eyes, it seems
    Are mirrors of my dreams
    In ways I can't explain.
    And my heart will never be the same
    And my heart will never be the same

    Something in your eyes

  • Dusty Springfield - I Want Your Love Tonight

    2:06

    Dusty In New York EP - April 1965

  • Dusty Springfield - Island Of Dreams

    1:34

    ATV Recordings; Show Five, 6th June 1968.

    Many thanks to F. from Dusty Springfield Network/Lets Talk Dusty for making this recording available for all the Dusty fans across the globe. Enjoy.

  • Dusty Springfield - Interview

    7:46

    Scraping the bottom of the barrel....
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  • This Girls In Love With You / Dusty Springfield

    3:42

    This Girl's In Love With You
    Dusty Springfield

  • My Colouring Book - Dusty Springfield

    3:02

    Dusty at her greatest. soulful & convincing Britain's great popular singer

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