I don't know why this one strikes me as so odd, but it does. From 1968, it's born-and-bred-in-Brooklyn sirens Reparata and the Delrons and their only-in-England smash hit "Captain of Your Ship."
Seriously -- how the hell a pre-Beatles style girl group song like that found a hipster Brit audience in that most quintessentially psychedelic of years is a mystery that may never be solved. "It's hard to believe it ever happened," Reparata (AKA Mary Aiese, and now a retired schoolteacher in Rockaway Beach) told MOJO magazine this month. "Being in England was like a snippet of Alice in Wonderland, like falling into a hole."
Need I add that the Delron in the middle, the one with the great bangs, could have had me if she'd played her cards right?