Riffing off Steve's post on the lovely Evie Sands, it made me think of another decidedly more obscure 60s chanteuse and I just had to check out YouTube immediately. Callooh! Callay! There was a video!
I was thinking of 60s mod icon Sharon Tandy who waxed one of the crown jewels of freakbeat fandom with her legendary tune Hold On which featured the scorching backing of pop sike legends Les Fleur De Lys, who are probably best known for their smashing cover of the Who's Circles.
If you are interested, there's a nice career retro of Sharon's work on Big Beat. This tune is rather atypical of the majority of her 60s recorded work as she generally trafficked in blue-eyed soul and pop, although it is interesting to note that this disc also includes some tracks from a 1966 session at Stax where she was backed by Isaac Hayes and Booker T. & the MG's.