VALERIE MASTERS

Celebrating Valerie's extensive music and stage career

LINKS TO VALERIE'S MUSIC

"YOU TUBE"  WEB SITE 

There are some great songs of Valerie's, including "Somewhere over the rainbow", "Cavatina", and "He didn't fool me"  on "You Tube",  via the following link. Valerie can be seen singing the wonderful "Over the rainbow" at the Savoy in London, as part of a Nat King Cole tribute show, and the clip was recorded in 1985:-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfetuKiau8s

"The Last Waltz" sung by Valerie can also be found on "You Tube" via the following link:-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCwijeL_aFg

THE "LAST FM"  WEB SITE

More of Valerie's great music, including "Christmas Calling"can be found at "Last FM" at:

http://www.last.fm/music/Valerie+Masters

 

READY, STEADY, GIRLS!  WEB SITE

Here is a link to the above site, "Ready, Steady Girls!", which features many great girl singers of the 1960s, and Valerie Masters has recently been added, with information provided from "Valerie Masters Calling".

 At the bottom of the page is an advertisement from 2017 about Valerie's record "Say Hello", which is being advertised for £750!

(Courtesy of "Music Stack" Records)  

I would like to pass my many thanks to Graham who runs this excellent web site, for agreeing to include Valerie's long and successful music career. The site also features easy access to some of Valerie's excellent songs, under the "Pick of the Pops" section of the site, and these songs are listed below:-

Introduction to Valerie's music career on "Ready, Steady Girls!":-

British singer Valerie Masters cut a string of singles in the late 1950s and early 1960s, achieving notoriety when she took part in the "A Song for Europe" contest in 1961. Three years later she would earn herself a lasting cult status for her one-off single with producer Joe Meek, Christmas Calling.

 

Valerie Masters was born Valerie Muster on 24 April 1940, in Stepney, East London.

 

Pick of the Pops:  Valerie's Records featured on the "Ready, Steady Girls!" Web Site, with links to listen to these songs:

·         He didn’t fool me

·         Next train out

·         Sweeter as the day goes by

·         Too late for tears

·         Sometime kind of love

·         Oh gee

·         All night long

·         Christmas calling

 

"Ready, Steady Girls!" : Main Web Site:-

http://www.readysteadygirls.eu/

 Valerie Masters on "Ready, Steady Girls!" :-  

 
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TRULY SMITH: 1960s VOCALIST
 
Here is a link to contemporary vocalist from Warrington from the 1960s Truly Smith, who made many great records on Decca including "I wanna go back there again" and "Windows and Doors".
Please click on the link below to go to Truly's Web Site.
TRULY SMITH WEB SITE:
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