The subtitle of this compilation is a pluralization of Sandy Shaw's tremendous hit "Girl Don't Come" (sung by her here in French) but clearly it's also a double entendre. Moving right along, what we have here is a fine tasteful 2 CD set of little known 60's era songs from the fairer sex, styled along the lines of Dusty Springfield/Dionne Warwick/Sylvie Vartan/Lulu/etc. Probably the best known name here among the vocalists is Petula Clark who weighs in with three covers, also sung in French (including "Needles and Pins" and Lesley Gore's "She's a Fool"). Often songs sung in foreign languages are hard for we Americans to tolerate but, when a beautiful lady sings them, well..it becomes OK..for good reason. Essentially everything else is in English and performed by (mostly) British artists. Tawny Reed belts out two songs including one of my faves, "I Got A Feeling" (see my review of the comp "Jump and Dance; Doin' the Mod"). If you like this type of thing, you can enjoy two platefuls of it and seldom hear anything worn out by the radio.