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Another week.

Another delayed Golden Discs voucher giveaway.

Last Friday, we asked you to pick your favourite male/female duet.

You responded in your dozens.

But there could only be one winner.

After much deliberation Sonar wins for for this ‘speedy’ 1980s denim jacketed, duel gender cover of a 1959 classic.

Sonar writes

‘The greatest man/woman pairing in music is Headgirl, featuring Motörhead (all the boys) and Girlschool (all the girls), owing to the sheer brilliance of Please Don’t Touch, and also the multiples of men/women pairings – mega tune for a grey day’


Scottser: “The greatest man/woman pairing in music is Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris owing to their heart-wrenching, heart-warming. heart-pounding harmonies. Like all beautiful things it lasted all-too short a time and their music is the one thing that reminds me to value the moment now before it disappears forever.”

AnPreachan: “The greatest man/woman pairing in music is Jack and Meg White, owing to the crazy good albums they made, and their commitment to their ideals (well probably Jack White’s) ideals about how music should be made.”

Ouch: “Kirsten Hersh and Michael Stipe – Your Ghost is still as amazing as the first time I heard it on Dave Fanning”

Serval: “The greatest man/woman pairing in music is PJ Harvey and Thom Yorke owing to the fact that they are two of the greatest songwriters and singing voices of all time.”

Badatmemes: “I checked the weather forecast for Monday morning at 10am. So I suggest Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong – Isn’t This A Lovely Day?”

Thanks all.

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