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The Right Time - Dinah Lee - The Mod World Of Dinah Lee (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Mod World of Dinah Lee, an album by Dinah Lee on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. Nov 14,  · This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Published on Nov 14, Song Do the Blue Beat; Artist Dinah Lee; Album Introducing Dinah Lee; Licensed to YouTube by DRM New.
  3. Diane Marie Jacobs (born 19 August , Waimate), known as Dinah Lee, is a New Zealand-born singer who performed s pop and then adult contemporary music. Her debut single from early , "Don't You Know Yockomo?", achieved No. 1 chart success in New Zealand and in the Australian cities, Brisbane and Melbourne.
  4. Sep 27,  · Dinah Lee is the stage name of New Zealand-born singer, Diane Marie Jacobs, who performed s pop and then adult contemporary music. Her debut single from early , "Don't You Know Yockomo?", achieved No. 1 chart success in New Zealand and in the Australian cities, Brisbane and Melbourne.
  5. Apr 14,  · Queen of the Mods, Dinah Lee's distinctive haircut and style was copied by teenagers throughout Australasia in the swinging 60s. "Lorde's come out with her own look which I did back in my day.
  6. Dinah Lee - Not In This Whole World () Dinah Lee - Pushing A Good Thing Too Far () Dinah Lee - Reet Petite () Dinah Lee - Rock Around The Clock () Dinah Lee - Summertime () Dinah Lee - That's Right I Quit () Dinah Lee - The Nitty Gritty () Dinah Lee - The Right Time ()
  7. Dinah Lee. Dinah Lee was born Diane Marie Jacobs on August 19, in the small South Island town of Waimate. She was raised by a foster family in Christchurch, when her parents split up, but Diane always kept in touch with her father. He sold carpet in a department store, but also ran and promoted teen dances in his spare time.
  8. The Invaders’ hit She’s A Mod could easily have been about Dinah Lee herself. The fashion sense she brought into her pop career from her modelling days, made Dinah queen of the Mods, Australia’s most imitated female. Her next big hit was Reet Petite, backed by Do The Blue Beat. Dinah now divided her time between both sides of the Tasman.

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