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Roberta Lee Streeter

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Bumper collection from one-time 60s icon Roberta Lee Streeter, aka Bobbie Gentry, a Philosophy graduate from UCLA, and student of LA Conservatory of Music.Briefly, she was a Las Vegas showgirl before cutting her first disc in 1967, by which time her stage name appeared, from the 1952 film title Ruby Gentry, starring Charlton Heston.She emerged from the Nashville scene in the late 60s, becoming a true icon and one of the earliest examples of female artists to both write and produce her own material with her pop inspired country songs.


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Bumper collection from one-time 60s icon Roberta Lee Streeter, aka Bobbie Gentry, a Philosophy graduate from UCLA, and student of LA Conservatory of Music. Briefly, she was a Las Vegas showgirl before cutting her first disc in 1967, by which time her stage name appeared, from the 1952 film title Ruby Gentry, starring Charlton Heston. She emerged from the Nashville scene in the late 60s, becoming a true icon and one of the earliest examples of female artists to both write and produce her own material with her pop inspired country songs.


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