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Glenda Collins was a British music singer active in the 1960s. Collins was discovered by Carroll Levis, whose promotion landed her a contract with Decca Records.

Her songs were produced by Joe Meek, featuring guitarist Ritchie Blackmore on some tracks. Meek kept her on after her Decca contract expired, but she was never able to break high in the pop charts. She recorded sporadically after Meek's suicide. A 2006 compilation titled "This Little Girl's Gone Rockin'" contains… read more

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  • Avatar for dolemite29
    tescoswabs deez nutz!!~!
  • Avatar for rainy-dog
    fat bass!
  • Avatar for TescoSwabs
    Refius don't be a dick.
  • Avatar for Refius
    Love his voice!
  • Avatar for Retro_Saiyan
    So Underrated, It's Criminal.
  • Avatar for rogerengineer
    Wow! Just got her singles album through the post today and I'm completely at a loss as to why not even one of those tracks became a hit.
  • Avatar for christiemalry
    A to the M to the AZING. I love the fact that she's English, yet she's attempting a fairly pisspoor Yank accent. It's the Brits' revenge for Dick Van Dyke.
  • Avatar for SillyMusicLover
    Talented and underrated
  • Avatar for lowlytootle
    She is so very good, how come more people don't know about her?
  • Avatar for lowlytootle
    I Lost My Heart at the Fairground reminds me of the Smiths' Rusholme Ruffians. I love Glenda!!

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