b. Liverpool, Britain. Cornell have been a prominent person in the Vernons Women when she wedded drummer Andy Light and subsequently documented single for Decca Information when the initial troupe was nearing its 1961 disbandment. She actually is appreciated chiefly for the much-covered, Greek-flavoured film name theme to 1960’s Under no circumstances On Weekend (her just UK Best 30 admittance) and an ebullient ‘African Waltz’, which paled in the darkness from the bigger-selling John Dankworth instrumental. Its b-side, an agreement from the Jon Hendricks jazz regular ‘Moanin’’, illustrated that, beyond simple pop, Cornell could unfurl a suppleness of vocal gesture that was rejected to luckier but much less stylistically daring contemporaries. In even more light-hearted vein was Jack port Great’s eccentric creation of her 1962 duplication from the Blue-Belles’ US strike, ‘I Available My Heart TOWARDS THE Junkman’, but despite airplay in the BBC Light Program, this, too, cannot supersede also the graph honours obtained by ‘Under no circumstances On Weekend’. In the 70s Cormell along with Ann Simmons created the duo, the Pearls.