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Bloomy Pink, folky pink, boreal mauve, mosaic mauve, salsa red, gipsy red, swingy brown and melody brown.
The singer, whose swingy surf music-influenced mod rock title track "The Truth About Love" may be the first love song to mention the "smelling of armpits," says she still remembers all her girlfriends from her 20s.
Eventually the swingy, spicy music started to be called salsa.
There are shoes galore, jewelry, and rows and rows of swingy cocktail dresses by local up-and-comers, plus glassware and, yes, classic flea finds like midcentury modern coffee tables.
When I sent him funky New Orleans tracks by Kermit Ruffins and an album by the San Francisco-based The Mother Hips who play psychedelic folk rock, he sent me a text message barely two months back in typical 'Beng-lish': "Kermit Ruffins is brilliant swingy music.
Spirals of pleat work at the yoke flashed in a swingy razor-pleat cocktail dress in bright lemon.
"I decided to get out a swingy skirt and court shoes and pose, just like Jenny Logan," she says, "The day I got the winner's phone call I was jumping around all afternoon!"
When a slim Asian-American woman with a short swingy haircut and a pencil skirt--a look favored by Rhee--exited the building, excited whispers ran through the crowd that the Iron Chancellor was coming to face the protesters down.
But if the laddies who are the target for this sort of thing come for the pictures, they undoubtedly stay for the writing -- a swingy, slangy street vendor stew of Spanish and the indigenous Guarani.
That's the best one, I think,' and so I was despatched to say to Brian, 'Can we just get that sort of swingy sounding track up again, do you think?' and, anyway, we managed to wrestle it from their solo project into our album and then I came up with the idea of, 'You don't have to be beautiful but it helps', and so that became the basis of the lyric and then Miranda and I sat and wrote the lyrics, and Miranda wrote the melody.
came at a time when (bass player) Mike (Hoffman) and I were starting to write some heavier, harder- hitting songs and straying away from the swingy, ska stuff," McCarthy says.
And on a racecourse 20 years later, a few thousand miles east and up a bit, Julia Roberts's big swingy, shiny mane is still a winner.