Listen to that opening section - it's like early Clientele in its infinite, dreamy softness! From then on it just gets all emotional and rushes on a Dillard & Clark run with little vocal touches that spark thoughts of how Glasgow's The Orchids frequently manage to hit heights of pure feeling that few other groups could ever hope to reach. These days, when I hear a new 60s song, a quick check of ebay usually reveals that I'll need to part with a small fortune to buy it on original vinyl. This time, however, original copies don't cost too much and are pretty easy to come by. My 'unplayed' DJ copy cost a mere 8 US dollars plus postage. When it arrives there's absolutely no chance that it won't be the highlight of that day and most likely the week.