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Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich)

(1947-), Singer

Sitter in 5 portraits
Dagenham-born Sandra Goodrich, with striking looks and dress sense combined with a preference for singing barefoot embodied the look of the quirky Swinging Sixties. (There's) Always Something There to Remind Me (1964) made her one of the first female teenage pop stars. It was followed by Girl Don't Come (1965) and Puppet On A String (1967). Shaw returned to pop in the 1980s collaborating with Morrissey with Hand in Glove (1984).

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Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich), by Tony Frank - NPG P1375

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich)

by Tony Frank
modern colour print from original transparency, 1965
NPG P1375

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich), by Terry O'Neill - NPG x125321

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich)

by Terry O'Neill
bromide print, 1960s
NPG x125321

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich), by Harry Goodwin - NPG x87860

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich)

by Harry Goodwin
bromide fibre print, 1964
NPG x87860

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich), by Emily Andersen - NPG x45678

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich)

by Emily Andersen
bromide fibre print, 1993
NPG x45678

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich), by Jillian Edelstein - NPG x131942

Sandie Shaw (née Sandra Goodrich)

by Jillian Edelstein
C-type colour print, October 2007
NPG x131942



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