Year of Release: 1968
About the only thing you can glean from any research on "Jonathan's Experience" is that they were a "little known" group from Dallas, Texas. That's it. We know that they also did a cover of Kenny and the Kasuals' garage classic "I'm Gonna Make It", but further data is thin on the ground.
Something of a shame, because "Mixed Up Foolish Girl" - actually the B-side of this platter - is a piece of sunshine pop brimming over with rink-a-dink rhythms and wailing violins, bouncy and cheery from beginning to end. It's no lost classic, but it's surprisingly obscure given its quality, especially in these days where just about every good sixties pop tune has been dug up and presented to the world.
The A-side is a slow, angst-ridden cover of the classic "Only Sixteen", but it's rather inessential, adding little to the original version. However, it's not without its fans online.
If you know anything more about Jonathan's Experience, please do step forward and give me more information, I'd be really grateful.