Sandie is the first album by the British pop singer Sandie Shaw. Released in February 1965 on the Pye label, it was her only original album to enter the UK Albums Chart (most of Shaw's success was through her singles) and peaked at Number 3. In the few months prior to the album's release, Shaw had scored two major hits with the ed "(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me" and Chris Andrews's "Girl Don't Come"; although neither track was included on this album.
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Me is the second album by the British girl singer Sandie Shaw. It was released by Pye Records in November 1965, eight months after her debut, but was not as commercially successful - although her singles were still selling well. Since the release of the Sandie album, Shaw had gained another three UK Top 10 hits - "I'll Stop at Nothing," the number one "Long Live Love" and "Message Understood," all of which had been written by Chris Andrews.
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The cheekbones, the bob, the bare feet: Sandie Shaw remains one of the most potent icons of the 1960s. Now in her late 50s with cheekbones and bob intact, she couldn't think of anything more ridiculous than her iconic status. The second album, Hello Angel, was released on Rough Trade in 1988 and reunited her with the composer of the bulk of her 1960s material, Chris Andrews. But none of this, she says, firmly and without fuss, constitutes a comeback. She is too busy, and too fulfilled by her work at the Arts Clinic, the London-based counselling practice she runs for creative people.
Taylor teamed Shaw with songwriter Chris Andrews, who wrote her first single, "As Long as You're Happy Baby", which failed to make the charts Shaw's version rose quickly to No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart in the autumn of 1964, and also charted in the United States at No. 52 on the Billboard Hot 100 early the following year.
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