Who Won the 1968
Grammys Best Pop Female

Bobbie Gentry

("Ode To Billie Joe")

1967 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner
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1968 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner Bobbie Gentry News

Hayley Thompson-King, 'Old Flames (Can't Hold a Candle to You)' [Exclusive Premiere]

The Boot (blog)
Recalling '70s country chanteuses such as Bobbie Gentry, Thompson-King offers a uniquely fuzzy, old-school brand of alt-country tunes. She describes her debut album, Psychotic Melancholia, as a “Sodom and Gomorrah concept album.” “I was the skeptical ...

1968 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner Bobbie Gentry News

How Glen Campbell Made Music All His Own

Phoenix New Times
His and Bobbie Gentry's sleepy recording of “Let it Be Me” is buried in horns and strings, but Campbell's vocal run in the bridge brings a sexy strut the Everly Brothers' original never had. His rushed reading of Brian Wilson's brilliant Wall of Sound ...




1968 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner Bobbie Gentry News

Ted Talley: In the good ode days

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Instead, it was another muggy, southeast Louisiana July evening when my buddies and I first heard Bobbie Gentry's "Ode to Billie Joe" 50 years ago this summer. We were an atypical foursome. The twins, Susan and Elizabeth, had been my classmates since ...

1968 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner Bobbie Gentry News

Listen to 10 Essential Glen Campbell Songs

New York Times
In 1968, Mr. Campbell recorded a smart duets album with Bobbie Gentry that went No. 1 on the country charts. The set opened with a song Mr. Campbell wrote, “Less of Me,” that caught his generous spirit. It's a prayer to set aside ego in favor of ...




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