By Matt Caputo
By Devon Maloney
By Chris Chafin
By Village Voice
By Katie Moulton
By Hilary Hughes
By Gili Malinsky
By Bob Ruggiero
Side 1/Track 3. Chiffons: "Nobody Knows What's Goin' On (In My Mind But Me)" They love each other, he is not no good. That everybody guessed. But in the echoed vocals lurk thoughts the Chiffons themselves have barely glimpsed.
2/6. Earl-Jean: "I'm Into Somethin' Good." Experienced backup singer transforms teenage crush into eternal spring.
1/2. Exciters: "He's Got the Power." That "Tell Him" girlBrenda Reid by namegot the power, but Leiber-Stoller definitely help.
4/6. Marsha Gee: "Peanut Duck." Whoever Gee was, she quacked like a hoarse, gritty, demented duck.
2/12. Sandy Shaw: "Girl Don't Come." Brit-bossa ingenue calmly addresses guy done wrong.
4/14. Hollywood Jills: "He Makes Me So Mad." From New Orleans, the crudest record here, and almost the latest. He says she swims raw. She does.
2/27. Tammys: "Egyptian Shumba." Shimmy-shimmy-shimmy-shy-eye-missyness meets monkey noises. On the Nile.
3/25. Rev-Lons: "After Last Night." Their "He doesn't want a girlfriend" is the catchiest hook on the entire box.
3/26. Lovelites: "How Can I Tell My Mom & Dad." Roe v. Wade, here we come.