He's So Fine" is a song written by Ronald Mack. It was recorded by The Chiffons who topped the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in the spring of 1963. One of the most instantly recognizable Golden Oldies with its doo-lang doo-lang doo-lang background vocal, "He's So Fine" is also renowned as the plaintiff song in the now-infamous plagiarism case against George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord". Country music singer Jody Miller scored a top-ten hit of her own in 1971 with her cover of "He's So Fine".
He created a group called The Chiffons and he wrote a song for them that became the number one record in the world: 'He's So Fine. Ronnie was able to do all the things he had promised my mother. group member Barbara Lee; who passed away on May 15th, 1992, just one day before her 45th birthday. Randy from Fayettevile, ArI bought the single back in 1963.
Jane Olivor He's So Fine.
So Fine compiles ten tracks from Jane Olivor's early Columbia LPs; highlighted by outstanding performances of "Stay the Night," "Some Enchanted Evening," "Turn Away" and "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," it's a worthwhile introduction to the singer's work.
Jane Olivor - Song For My Father 03:57. Jane Olivor - Some Enchanted Evening 03:29. Jane Olivor - Morning, Noon And Nightime 03:52. Jane Olivor - Vincent 03:40. Jane Olivor - You 03:24. Jane Olivor - Come In From The Rain 03:59. Jane Olivor - The Best Side Of Goodbye 03:43. Jane Olivor - He's So Fine 03:26. Jane Olivor - Solitaire 03:32. Jane Olivor - To Love Again 04:38.
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|BA 222414||Jane Olivor||He's So Fine (7", Single, Promo)||CBS||BA 222414||Australia||1978|
|BA 461840||Jane Olivor||He's So Fine (7", Single)||CBS||BA 461840||New Zealand||1978|
|CBS 6463||Jane Olivor||He's So Fine (7", Single)||CBS||CBS 6463||Netherlands||1978|
|3-10724||Jane Olivor||He's So Fine (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Columbia||3-10724||US||1978|
|3-10724||Jane Olivor||Turn Away (7", Single)||Columbia||3-10724||Canada||1976|