Southern African singer Sharon Tandy had a short career like a blue-eyed spirit singer in Britain in the 1960s, and even though her recorded legacy doesn’t contain any big industrial hits, her exclusive phrasing and passionate vocal design suggest things could easily have already been different. Tandy currently had a profession as a vocalist and performer in South Africa before relocating to Britain in 1964 in the recommendation of Frank Fenter, then your U.K. mind of Atlantic Information and soon to become her mentor, supervisor, and spouse. Pairing her using the English mod group Fleur de Lys, Fenter utilized his clout to property her an starting slot around the around the 1967 Stax-Volt U.K. tour and, also confident Stax to indication her as an designer, which resulted in Tandy recording many tracks in the label’s famous McLemore Avenue studio room with Booker T. & the MG’s and Isaac Hayes. Tandy’ romantic relationship with Fenter faltered, nevertheless, and she came back to South Africa in 1970 where she continuing to sing and perform. Her result through the U.K. years, which noticed her delivering edges which were mod-tinged and occasionally gently psychedelic pop-soul, and sounding sometimes such as a hipper, tougher edition of Dusty Springfield, stay in the centre of her legacy.