He’s So Fine: The Chiffons 1963

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11 Comments on “He’s So Fine: The Chiffons 1963”

  1. morpfy Says:

    happy B-day guy

  2. Spaceman Says:

    Between the Chiffons & Mary Wells, have the best of Motown women’s soul.

    • Kat Says:

      I was a Motown fan from the beginning and loved the girl groups,. Mary Wells was spectacular!

  3. Spaceman Says:

    Melody is what makes you remember a song and that’s what these songs had. A good lead singer and background singers. And a well tempered band that carries the melody and doesn’t dominate the song. I think that why the early Beatles were popular, simple but beautiful songs, well sung and well played.

    • Kat Says:


      It worked perfectly: the lead and backups. The first notes are all I need to kidentify the songs because I listened to them so many times on my record player and on the radio. Even now I have the same reaction and I sing along. Can’t help myself.

      I always thought of the early Beatles as my music, different than my mother’s and different than the music of the 50’s. I still own it!

  4. Spaceman Says:

    Indeed, they marked the transition into a new type of rock music. Unique and quite extraordinary combination of song writing, singing, music, wow.

    I’ve tried several times to pick a fav album, but each album has so many really good songs, just couldn’t bear put one over the others, and not that it matters anyway.

  5. Chris Says:


    It’s a long time since anyone has said anything as nice as “He’s So Fine” to me, so double thanks. I am not sure what song we could choose to do justic to you. “Heaven must be missing an angel”, perhaps?

    Thanks again


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