Dean Friedman’s quirky hit about a vegetarian Jewish girl fond of getting high was one of the catchiest tunes of the 70s.
It’s one of the catchiest “earworms” of 70s pop. But it has an intriguing backstory, featuring a ubiquitous vocalist.
This fun 80s hit helped make “Europop” a thing. But like many things in the 80s, appearances were deceiving.
It’s the 80s song that never fails to make you feel good. But the back story to Katrina and The Waves (and their hit) is a little less sunny.