Department of Film and Media Studies
Hunter College, CUNY
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“Sweet little Sheila, you’ll know her if you see her:” The Great and “not as bubble-gummy as you think” Tommy Roe
OK, I am prepared for all the ridicule you want to send my way. Because we are definitely not in the realm of cutting edge music. But I have always thought of Tommy Roe as more than a Buddy Holly wannabe … Continue reading
I may be dating myself , but the “Sheila Rule” is a little known principle that has guided record producers since the mid-1950s. The rule states that, when all else fails for a recording artist or producer, record any song … Continue reading