chiffons - nobody knows what's goin' on in my mind but me
By charley1, 16/09/14
"The Chiffons" were one of the top girl groups of the early 1960s. With their trademark tight harmonies, high-stepping confidence and the hit machine of Goffin and King writing songs such as "One Fine Day", the Chiffons made music that helped define the girl group sound of the era. In mid-1965, they signed directly to the Laurie label, and had a hit with "Nobody Knows Whats Going On In My Mind But Me". To promote the record, Sylvia Peterson and Barbara Lee (along with 2 substitute members) flew to the West Coast to premiere the disc on a July 1965 ABC "Shindig!" episode. Judy Craig and Patricia Bennett were on maternity leave at the time.
One of THE most iconic songs of all time yet it failed to hit big in the UK. Dodie West scrapped into the bottom end of the chart and Cilla included in on an album and EP but the awesome original by the sensational Little Anthony did nothing. There is no justice in this world!