Australian singles chart:
Young Girl entered the Kent charts on 27 May 1967 and peaked at #11. The song was #87 on the Top 100 of 1967.
Norman “Hurricane” Smith
While in England in 1967, The Twilights’ contract with EMI included the chance to record at the Abbey Road Studios, teaming with producer-engineer Norman “Hurricane” Smith, who had been the engineer on almost all The Beatles 1962–1966 recordings.
A clutch of songs from the Abbey Road sessions were soon released back in Australia. One was Young Girl, a melancholy and evocative Laurie Pryor tune, featuring Terry Britten’s innovative use of the variable volume pedal.
Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Twilights
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