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I took off my tie, both to stay cool and to feel groovier, and made a point of showing off my official Morrissey cufflinks - my way of personalising the classic suit and tie combo.
While Drake went the hip-hop route, Steele is a singer-songwriter with a rock edge, not unlike a groovier version of fellow Canadian Alanis Morissette," says MTV News.
In "Things Are a Lot Groovier Now," then-Publisher Robert W.
sees Claire don a beehive and Mary Quant mini to take us back to a groovier time via the music of sixties divas like Dusty Springfield, Lulu, Petula Clark and, of course, Liverpool's very own Cilla Black.
But we can truly say the enigmatic front man left planet Earth a much groovier place than he found it.
But in a last desperate bid to appeal to Middle England, he has decided grey is groovier and attacked the terrible tykes.
Rush had to endure five hours of make-up every day to be transformed into Peter Sellers - be it the slightly rotund, curly-mopped radio comedian of the 1950s, to the trendier, groovier Swinging Sixties star, and the gaunt and thin frame of the 70s.
The groovier the glasses, the younger and funkier you feel.
David Brent is back to take his final bow and he's groovier than ever at least in his own mind.
The Ministry is the place to go if you like hard-core music but Amadeus is a lot groovier musically.
Grandparents in Birmingham are often groovier than teenagers, preferring parties and pop music to coffee mornings.
looked back at life in the year the magazine was born and declared "things are a lot groovier now" (for more, see Follow-Up, page 16).
Make your summer groovier by buying the book, "Shagadelically Speaking: The Words and World of Austin Powers," the video, "Austin Powers, International Man of Mystery" and the original soundtrack as well as the soundtrack for "The Spy Who Shagged Me.
Run by avuncular strawberry-haired Briton Rob Read, it is a slick professional operation, but still maintains the right laid-back vibe that makes the novice feel just that little bit groovier for having been part of it.
I decided to come to Newcastle because it was a much groovier place than Leeds.