This Fabulous ‘50s column will be different than just about everything that’s appeared here before. It isn’t so much the artist, herself. Betty Johnson had hit records in the 1950s, appeared on TV and got plenty of spins by pioneering R&R disc jockey Alan Freed. She passes that test with flying colors. It’s more that the product that we’re focusing on — her autobiography — is different from most.
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Rupert Hine – Unshy on the Skyline and How to Pronounce “Taumata-whaka-tangi-hanga-kuayuwo-tamate-aturi-pukaku-piki-maunga-horonuku-pokaiawhen-uaka-tana-tahu-mataku-atanganu-akawa-miki-tora” (but not really)