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Consisting of songs performed on her short-lived BBC television series, The Sandie Shaw Supplement was a very mixed bag, reflecting the repertoire of the all-around entertainer that she was apparently trying to become. The renditions of pop standards are okay, and the covers of pop-rock hits like “Satsifaction,” “Homeward Bound,” and “Route 66” mediocre-to-embarrassing; there are also some tunes like “Change of Heart” that are reasonable continuations of her pure pop singles of the mid-’60s. It’s a very uneven effort–selected tracks will be enjoyed by her fan club, but it will convert few new listeners to her cause. The CD reissue on RPM adds eight tracks from 1968-69 singles, mixing competent Chris Andrews-penned throwbacks to the vintage Shaw sound with some of her worst material (the vaudevillian “Show Me,” an ill-conceived cover of “Those Were the Days”). But one of the singles, 1969’s “Monsieur Dupont,” would be her last big British hit.