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Google celebrates soul singer Dusty Springfield with animated Doodle

Google celebrates soul singer Dusty Springfield with animated Doodle

Google has paid tribute to the soul legend Dusty Springfield with an animated Doodle on its homepage. Doodles are temporary modifications to the logo of the company - often appear on the search website to commemorate special occasions holiday, holidays, and noteworthy historic figures.

Springfield Her true name is Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien She had among the most lengthy recorded careers of any modern pop singer, which began in 1961 and concluding with her album in 1995, The Very Fine Love. Very Fine Love,report by mega888 slot.

She became a global star in 1964 when she released the single Of I Just Want to be with You A bouncy love song with a nod to The early Beatles. The song was released on the 8th November 1963, which is the day we celebrate 59 years ago, US time (Google is located within the US). Springfield was born in West Hampstead, London on 16 April 1939. however it wasn't until 1958 when she joined the girls band The Lana Sisters. She joined forces along with brother Tom and Tom Field and Tom Field and formed the folk pop duo The Springfields in 1960.

The group quickly soared to be successful with a string that were among the 40 most popular UK hits in the 1960s. Springfield was then able to release several solo classics throughout her career of five decades with major hits such as the hit song Wishin' and Hopin' in 1964, You Don't Have to Say You Love Me in 1966, The Look of Love in 1967 in addition to Son of a Preacher Man in 1968.

Springfield is also an regular on British television as she appeared on a variety of shows, and also hosting her own show with the BBC. The singer died aged 59 in 1999 after an illness involving breast cancer. Within two weeks of her passing, her close acquaintance Elton John personally inducted her into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.