"Can't Seem to Make You Mine" is outrageously sexy in a way that nowhere near enough '60s music is - or rock music at all is, for that matter. It's arresting and instant, and it would probably scrape into most lists of the best songs of the decade if it were a touch more famous.
It's a shame, then, that the only song on the album that comes close to its style is "Nobody Spoil My Fun". The rest is just typical Nuggets fodder - ironically, the song on this album that did make its way onto Nuggets is "Pushin' Too Hard", possibly the weakest song on the whole album. So it's all a bit disappointing, really. It sure sounds like they had a lot of fun making it, though, and that counts for something.
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