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
Record label of Australian release:
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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