From 1965 -- a year that is to pop and rock singles what 1939 was to the movies -- please enjoy The Hollies and the Graham Gouldman penned classic "Look Through Any Window."
One of the first songs I suggested The Floor Models cover was The Hollies "Bus Stop," (also by Graham Gouldman), and the fact that we did it pretty well was one of the hugest thrills of my adult life (although to my chagrin, no live version of it seems to have survived). However, for years afterwards, we toyed with the idea of working up LTAW, which if truth be told I think is the better song/record.
I mean, that classic electric twelve-string riff by the vastly underrated Tony Hicks, those harmonies, and that incredible bass and drums lock on the modulation near the end (BTW, that's Hollies original five-string bass player Eric Haydock; when he departed, much of the band's instrumental fire power departed with him).
Also -- I'm a sucker for hand claps.
In any case, just a brilliant record; for me, at least, it has always seemed like the quintessential British Invasion single that wasn't by The Beatles.
I should add that the stereo version above is from the early 90s remix done for the Hollies 30th anniversary box set; if you have a stereo version that predates it, just delete it now, because it's fricking unlistenable.