Duffy isn’t the only lovely British chick reviving American Motown styles from the sixties. The lush, slightly campy, unabashedly emotional sound of sixties girl-groups is all over town right now. The original girl-groups were all about big lashes, bigger hair and chintzy matching outfits, but underneath the glam they were built on the best songsmithery and the amazing voices of singers like Diana Ross and Ronnie Spector. It was glamour, personality and emotion. The new retro movement was probably started by the late Amy Winehouse, who took as much from jazz and blues records, and now Adele’s catchy tales of woe are all over the radio. Duffy distinguishes herself by her helium infused voice, both gorgeous and slightly weird.