26 Shouts - 387,501 Scrobbles
Helen Shapiro is remembered today by younger pop culture buffs as the slightly awkward actress/singer in Richard Lester's 1962 debut feature film, It's Trad, Dad. From 1961 until 1963, however, Shapiro was England's teenage pop music queen, at one point selling 40,000 copies daily of her biggest single, "Walking Back to Happiness," during a 19-week chart run. A deceptively young 14 when she was discovered, Shapiro had a rich, expressive voice properly sounding like the property of someone twice as old, and she matured into a seasoned professional very quickly.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Walkin' Back to Happiness - (2:30) - 5,535 plays
- You Don't Know - (2:43) - 2,028 plays
- Walking Back to Happiness - (2:27) - 1,787 plays
- Don't Treat Me Like a Child - (2:37) - 1,111 plays
- Tell Me What He Said - (2:49) - 819 plays
- Queen for Tonight - (2:09) - 678 plays
- Little Miss Lonely - (2:56) - 676 plays
- Keep Away from Other Girls - (2:25) - 460 plays
- Let's Talk About Love - (1:56) - 425 plays
- Walk On By - (2:51) - 362 plays