These almost all seem like those are groups made up of pretty girls corralled by a producer who skillfully used background singers and production "sweeteners". Less girl groups than "product". But I'm glad they mentioned Fanny, one of my favorite very early true all-girl bands.
I was going to say, this is more Disco Deb's era than mine. I never heard of any of them. I like the colors.
I like the hair.
Jeff-none of these bands had any success in the U.S.A. No reason you would have heard of them.I never remember that many women with big hair back then. But I hung more with a punkish crowd at that time and short hair was more in then.
The clothes just never get any better.Incidentally, maybe 20 (maybe 25) years ago I saw a musical in Chicago called "Beehive," which focused on a somewhat earlier generation of "girl groups" and was flat out fantastic. I have no idea if it ever went anywhere else.
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