In the reverse of that equation, the Chiffons garnered their greatest success because a hit song was in search of a group.
The Chiffons were now in great demand and began appearing on TV's American Bandstand, Hullabaloo, Shindig, as well as Murray the K's Brooklyn Fox live show, and singing commercials for Great Shakes drinks.
By 1970 the Chiffons were on the Buddah label singing the Tymes hit "So Much in Love, while George Harrison was unintentionally plagiarizing "He's So Fine" while he was writing his first solo hit "My Sweet Lord." In 1971, he was sued by Ronnie Mack's estate and Bright Tunes.
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