1. Walking Back To Happiness - Helen Shapiro
  2. Crazy - Patsy Cline
  3. Island of Dreams - The Springfields
  4. Locomotion - Little Eva
  5. It's My Party - Lesley Gore
  6. Be My Baby - The Ronettes
  7. All Alone Am I - Brenda Lee
  8. I Only Want to Be With You - Dusty Springfield
  9. Heat Wave - Martha & The Vandellas
  10. Baby I Love You - The Ronettes
  11. Anyone Who Had A Heart - Cilla Black
  12. Leader Of The Pack - The Shangri Las
  13. Downtown - Petula Clark
  14. Where Did Our Love Go - The Supremes
  15. Always Something There to Remind Me - Sandie Shaw
  16. As Tears Go By - Marianne Faithfull
  17. Shout - Lulu
  18. You're My World - Cilla Black
  19. Baby Love - The Supremes
  20. Dancing in the Street - Martha & the Vandellas
  21. Walk On By - Dionne Warwick
  22. I'll Never Find Another You - The Seekers
  23. The Shoop Shoop Song - Betty Everett
  24. It's For You - Cilla Black
  25. My Guy - Mary Wells
  26. A Lover's Concerto - The Toys
  27. Rescue Me - Fontella Bass
  28. A World Of Our Own - The Seekers
  29. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - Dusty Springfield
  30. Sweet Talkin' Guy - The Chiffons
  31. River Deep, Mountain High - Ike & Tina Turner
  32. Georgy Girl - The Seekers
  33. Alfie - Cilla Black
  34. To Sir With Love - Lulu
  35. Dedicated To The One I Love - Mamas & Papas
  36. Respect - Aretha Franklin
  37. Those Were The Days - Mary Hopkin
  38. Step Inside Love - Cilla Black
  39. Dream A Little Dream Of Me - Mamas & Papas
  40. Goodbye - Mary Hopkin

Yes, incredibly, that's how we used to refer to women in the sixties; "chicks". Since then, men have been educated to have more respect for the other 50% of humanity. The title of this album is merely meant to evoke a sense of the period, nothing more.

This album has been made for those who want to sit back and remember this golden decade through the medium of the female voice. It has been compiled by one who lived through this decade in the United Kingdom. Listeners who were raised in other parts of the world may be puzzled by some of the selections - but I hope you enjoy them anyway!

In the mainstream music industry, the sixties did not really begin until 1963 in the UK with the explosion of The Beatles. Before this, the early sixties were really just a continuation of the nineteen fifties. This is apparent in the sequence of tracks which is roughly, not exactly, chronological from 1961 to 1969. Female artists generally were not allowed the same artistic freedom and adventurism that was accorded to their male counterparts during this period, but there is an undeniable change in musical style, as well as an improvement in production values and quality, as the decade advances.

Not all of the tracks are by solo performers, there are several groups in there too. There are even some males as part of some of these groups But in these cases the lead vocal is female with the males providing backing vocals.