The songs on discs #10009 and #10010 come from a November 16, 1943 date in which Peggy Lee did participate. Jack Teagarden fulfilled the vocal role in that date.) The songs on discs #1011 and #10112 come from the January 7, 1944 session in which Lee was the featured vocalist.
" She added: "All over the world there are [depictions of] bodies in the nude, so I don’t understand why it’s just Page 3 that’s being targeted."Greer argued that Page 3 was "meek" and said she didn't oppose the tabloid institution.
She argued that, in any newspaper women are most prominent in advertising, and said that "senior women" were "virtually invisible" and "ridiculed with impunity".
" While she might not have had the vocabulary of her opponents, Goodman managed to slightly flummox Harman.
The Labour MP had said: "In 100 years' time, if you look back at the newspapers of this country…
An ideal companion for Jerome Kern's Music would be Somebody Loves Me: The Beloved Songs Of Buddy De Sylva, which is also awaiting CD issue, and which was also originally released in 1947, about three months after this Kern songbook.
Such an album pairing would be not only a logical combination but also an appropriate sequel to an item released some years ago: in 2008, DRG Records issued a CD that combined two other early Capitol albums, Kiss Me, Kate and South Pacific, each consisting of numbers interpreted by members of the label's roster.
She argued that models weren't exploited, telling host Jon Snow that women "are given lots of choices with career options, many of [them] do choose to do Page 3 because it’s something they wish to do."Goodman added: "Why should feminist women then tell other women how to live their lives?
Women fought together to get the vote and so on and so forth, so why should women now be fighting each other, and tell each other what job roles to now take within the industry?
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