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Album Review

This well-liked early-'60s female group delivers unintimidating soft pop on this solid 26-track career chronicle. While many consider their recordings fluff pieces, early-'60s teen sound lovers will find nirvana listening to these tracks. The million-selling "He's So Fine" and jewels like "One Fine Day" and "Sweet Talking Guy" are complemented by lesser hits "A Love So Fine," "I Have a Boyfriend," "Sailor Boy," "Nobody Knows What's Goin' On," "Out of This World," and "Stop Look and Listen." Their version of the Angels' "My Boyfriend's Back" is as hard-edged as the Chiffons ever get. Also noteworthy are the catchy "Oh My Lover" and "The Real Thing."

Customer Reviews

One Dozen Original Singles

$9.99 is a bit steep for a budget-label oldies CD with only 13 songs but, at least, 12 of those songs were 'A' sides [the only filler cut: "Oh My Lover"]. Of interest to serious collectors: the version here of "Stop, Look and Listen" is an alternate take [the hit version had slightly different lyrics and went on 10 seconds longer]. Other than that, every Hot 100 song is here, even the two songs they recorded as The Four Pennies [correct title: "WHEN the Boy's Happy (The Girl's Happy Too)"].


Formed: 1960 in New York, NY [The Bronx]

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the best early-'60s New York girl groups, combining sassiness and innocence on several of the style's greatest classics. The Chiffons had some singles under their belt when they reached number one with "He's So Fine," whose classic "doo-lang, doo-lang" riff was appropriated by George Harrison in 1970 for his own chart-topper, "My Sweet Lord" (Harrison was subsequently ordered to pay substantial damages to the original publishers, though he always claimed the resemblance was unintentional)....
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