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Sandie released her version of "Hand In Glove" as a single in 1984 (Rough Trade RT 130), the B-sides covers of "I Don't Owe You Anything" and "Jeane" additionally on the 12" vinyl release (Rough Trade RTT 130).
Sandie released her version of Please Help The Cause Against Loneliness as a single from the "Hello Angel" album in 1988.
"Hand In Glove" - Top Of The Pops (April 26, 2984)
...Her first hit in 15 years, it also returned her to TOP OF THE POPS where she writhed on the studio floor in a pleather Macintosh beside a barefooted Marr and Rourke. ‘To prove to my teenage daughter that there’s some life in the old bat yet.’ The month before its release, Shaw twice joined The Smiths on their March 1984 UK tour, singing lead vocal on ‘I Don’t Owe You Anything’ in London and Manchester.
Morrissey picked Sandie in the "Symbolists" section of Portrait Of The Artist As A Consumer - NME (1983).
Morrissey also picked "Stop Before You Start" in the "Records" section of Portrait Of The Artist As A Consumer - NME (1983).
Morrissey picked "Today" in the Yeahs section in Yeahs And Yeuks - No. 1 (1985).
British singer, born February 26, 1947, in Dagenham, Essex (England). She won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1967 with the song 'Puppet on a String'.
Sandie Shaw, (born Sandra Ann Goodrich; 26 February 1947) is a retired English singer and a psychotherapist. One of the most successful British female singers of the 1960s, she had three UK number one singles with "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me" (1964), "Long Live Love" (1965) and "Puppet on a String" (1967). With the latter, she became the first British entry to win the Eurovision Song Contest. She returned to the UK Top 40, for the first time in 15 years, with her 1984 cover of the Smiths song "Hand in Glove". Shaw announced her retirement from the music industry in 2013.