That is the look of someone who would write the lyrics, "I''ll plant my own tree, and I''ll make it grow. My tree will not be just one in a row . . ."
the sixties were a time of innovators who broke ground and did something new; the seventies were when the sixties trickled down to the masses. the seventies were LAME - defined the term. all the exciting artistic breakouts of the sixties were dead, institutionalized, incarcerated or gone to ground in the seventies. hence, dory previn, married out of her class, the jenifer aniston of her day.
R4 has an embarrassingly limited knowledge of the music scene in the 1970s.
Either a basement dweller trying to sound like a hipster or a mature person who actually was still listening to Patti Page in 1973 because he couldn't take "that new stuff."
When I was a kid in LA, all the Eastside (USC) ladies looked like Dina Merrill and all the Westside (UCLA) ladies looked like Dory Previn.