The Vernon girls, from Liverpool, were originally a 70-strong girls choir sponsored by a commercial company but by the time they became successful had been reduced to a trio, although even that trio didn't have a stable line-up. They are best remembered as a television act.
This collection focuses on their hit-making period, although their popularity on television was not matched on record - they were not particularly successful in the singles chart. Their only UK top twenty hit was Lover please, a cover of a Clyde McPhatter song, but they also had minor hits with You know what I mean, Locomotion, Funny all over and Do the bird. Of their other tracks, the best is surely We love the Beatles, but the other tracks are interesting to committed fans of British early sixties music.
Various ex-members found success in other groups or as backup singers, while one married British rock'n'roll star Marty Wilde - they later became the parents of eighties pop star Kim Wilde.
While this is by no means an essential collection, it is an interesting slice of easy listening Liverpool pop music.