In beat boom Britain, The Caravelles may have sounded outdated, but their feather-light vocals proved popular all the same.
Their debut 45, You don’t have to be a baby to cry, was a top-ten hit at home and abroad. A follow up proved hard to achieve, however, and the duo soon disappeared from the public eye.
Here French singer Alice Dona performs Tous les chemins mènent vers toi for our enjoyment. Issued in 1965, it showcased her classier side. She had helped to pen the song herself – hinting at the direction her career would later take.
She became better known in the 1970s as the hit factory behind artists such as Serge Lama.