that released the Ellie Greenwich-Jeff Barry penned
boppin' on Ready Steady Go with their debut
single "Gonna Make Him Mine."
starting when she was only 13. Three of her
influenced by American girl groups like
the Shangri-Las. In 1964 Antoinette
and her backing band The Fingers
recorded a song written by English
girl pop producer Charles Blackwell.
estrated ballad "Dark Shadows and Empty Hallways," a cover of a 1965 single released by the U.S. duo Diane and Annita. Tammy St. John's version became the better known and is regarded today as
one of the greatest Brit girl recordings of the 60s.
Tammy St. John (1965, uncharted)