Category: Tom Jones

She’s A Lady – Unraveling the Paradigm of the 70s Woman

When Tom Jones released ‘She’s A Lady’ in 1971, it was more than just another chart-topping hit—it became an anthem of contemporary perceptions and idyllic adulation for women of that era. Through its jaunty tune and Jones’s characteristic baritone, the song crafts a vivid archetype of an idealized woman, firmly planting itself in the social fabric of the 70s.

It’s Not Unusual – Unlocking Love’s Enigma with a 60s Twist

In the pantheon of classic pop hits, few songs have bubbled with as much zest and brio as Tom Jones’s 1965 chart-topper ‘It’s Not Unusual.’ On the surface, the song is a vivacious and brassy celebration of the universal nature of love and fun. Yet, beneath its catchy lines and Jones’s powerhouse vocals lies a lyrical depth that captures the zeitgeist of the ’60s while resonating with timeless themes of longing and rejection.

Profile of Tom Jones

Tom Jones

Welsh singer Tom Jones has been in the music industry since the early 1960s. Born in June of 1940, this singer is a native of Treforest village. The 1965 project entitled “Along Came Jones”...


Meaning of “Delilah” by Tom Jones

“Delilah” is the title track and lead-off song from the first of three studio albums Tom Jones came out with in 1968. This track was officially released on February 1st of that year, being a product of...

What's New Pus*ycat?

“What’s New Pussycat?” by Tom Jones

“What’s New Pussycat?” was created for a certain movie and more particularly a character that was played by Peter Sellers of Pink Panther fame. Readers familiar with Sellers know that he was a comedic actor. And likewise the...