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GODMOTHERS OF POP

Thereza Bazar first hit the charts in the vocal group Guys ’n’ Dolls, who reached the Top 5 with You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me, in 1976. The following year, Thereza and David Van Day left the group to form Dollar. The duo made their bow with the 1978 single Shooting Star and stormed the Top 5 with the self-penned Love’s Gotta Hold On Me. Subsequent hits included Hand Held In Black And White, Mirror Mirror, Give Me Back My Heart and Give Me Some Kinda Magic. In 1985, Bazar released a solo single and album, both called The Big Kiss, before reforming Dollar for a final Top 10 hit, a cover of Erasure’s Oh L’amour.

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Issue 48 is on sale now! In our latest issue we look ahead to the most hotly-anticipated album of 2019 – it’s the return of Madonna. We also analyse her six personas that changed the face of pop and wax lyrical about her classic album Like A Prayer. We’ve got outrageous must-read interviews with Paul Heaton plus Echo and the Bunnymen’s Ian McCulloch and Ultravox fans will love our chat with the legendary Midge Ure. Our panel of experts look back over the year to count down their pick of the finest albums, reissues, compilations and books of 2018 and elsewhere we catch up with The Fizz to hear about their rollercoaster year as well as tracing the make-or-break record that saved The Jam’s career. We review new releases by Trevor Horn, Joe Jackson and Fun Lovin' Criminals while in our packed reissues section we look at Simple Minds, Depeche Mode, Brian Eno and much more. We also check out gigs by Heaven 17, Rick Astley and Blancmange.