2008 duets album?


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Kanye to hook up with Bassey?

Dame Shirley Bassey has her heart set on a duet with rapping giant Kanye West.

Bassey, who returned into the public eye with a show-stealing performance at 2007’s Glastonbury, wants the ‘Stronger’ star to feature on an upcoming duets album.

A source told the Daily Star: “She had a brilliant year. Her performance at Glastonbury went down better than anyone had expected.

“She wants to do a duets record and it depends on when her schedule coincides with Kanye.”

The pair’s worlds famously collided in 2005 when West sampled Bassey’s ‘Diamonds Are Forever’ for his tune, ‘Diamonds From Sierra Leone’.

According to the tabloid, Bassey has also set her sights on collaborations with Arctic Monkeys and Sugababes.



From Orange Entertainment

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Welsh honours proposed


Receiving the MBE

People in Wales could be honoured by their own country under proposals being considered by the Welsh Assembly Government. It could be The Order of St. David’s, to be awarded by The Queen at an investiture in Wales.

DSB is mentioned in this BBC News report…


Four songs and Tarby


“Oh no, not Jimmy Tarbuck!” 

Screen shot from Another Audience With…

Here we have four songs on one video…

1971: Breakfast In Bed

1971: Something

1976: What I Did For Love

1987: Hey Good Lookin’ with Jimmy Tarbuck


Thanks to Scot


Jimmy Tarbuck OBE was born in Liverpool.

He is a much loved comedian.

Tarby attended the same school as John Lennon.

With Bing


Harry Lillis “Bing” Crosby (1903 – 1977) was a singer and Academy Award-winning actor whose career started in 1926.

One of the first multimedia stars, from 1934 to 1954 Bing Crosby held a nearly unrivalled command of record sales, radio ratings, and motion picture grosses.

He is among the most popular musical acts in history and is currently the most electronically recorded human voice.


Crosby is also credited as being the major inspiration for most of the male singers of the era that followed him, including Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, and Dean Martin.

In 1962, Crosby was the first person to receive the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.


 Duet with David Bowie:


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