August 7, 2010

The Top 100 of 1967!

"I am The Poet, aka John Poet, selling socialism on the shortwaves,
'Bush is Bad, Cheney is The Devil'.
Now here is the Top 100 Hits from 1967!"

(Lots of my own and TCS favorite songs to play, so that's why this is on here...)

TOP 100 HITS of 1967

1. To Sir With Love, Lulu

2. Happy Together, The Turtles

3. Windy, Association

4. Ode To Billie Joe, Bobby Gentry

5. I'm A Believer, The Monkees

6. Light My Fire, The Doors

7. Somethin' Stupid, Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra

8. The Letter, Box Tops

9. Groovin', Young Rascals

10. Kind Of A Drag, Buckinghams

11. Little Bit O' Soul, Music Explosion

12. I Think We're Alone Now, Tommy James and The Shondells

13. Respect, Aretha Franklin

14. I Was Made To Love Her, Stevie Wonder

15. Come Back When You Grow Up, Bobby Vee and The Strangers

16. Sweet Soul Music, Arthur Conley

17. Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Frankie Valli

18. Never My Love, Association

19. Soul Man, Sam and Dave

20. Expressway To Your Heart, Soul Survivors

21. Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie, Jay and The Techniques

22. Come On Down To My Boat, Every Mothers' Son

23. Incense And Peppermints, Strawberry Alarm Clock

24. Ruby Tuesday, The Rolling Stones

25. It Must Be Him, Vicki Carr

27. For What It's Worth, Buffalo Springfield

28. Gimme Little Sign, Brenton Wood

28. Love Is Here And Now You're Gone, Supremes

29. The Happening, Supremes

30. All You Need Is Love, Beatles

31. Release Me (And Let Me Love Again), Engelbert Humperdinck

32. Your Precious Love, Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

33. Somebody To Love, Jefferson Airplane

34. Get On Up, Esquires

35. Brown Eyed Girl, Van Morrison

36. Jimmy Mack, Martha and The Vandella

37. I Got Rhythm, Happenings

38. A Whiter Shade Of Pale, Procol Harum

39. Don't You Care, Buckinghams

40. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye, Casinos

41. Reflections, Diana Ross and The Supremes

42. On A Carousel, Hollies

43. Please Love Me Forever, Bobby Vinton

44. Alfie, Dionne Warwick

45. San Francisco, Scott Mckenzie

46. Silence Is Golden, Tremeloes

47. My Cup Runneth Over, Ed Ames

48. Up, Up And Away, Fifth Dimension

49. The Rain, The Park And Other Things, Cowsills

50. There's A Kind Of Hush, Herman's Hermits

51. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy, Buckinghams

52. This Is My Song, Petula Clark

53. (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher, Jackie Wilson

54. I've Been Lonely Too Long, Young Rascals

55. Penny Lane, Beatles

56. You're My Everything, Temptations

57. Georgy Girl, Seekers

58. Western Union, Five Americans

59. Baby I Love You, Aretha Franklin

60. A Little Bit You, A Little Bit Me, The Monkees

61. California Nights, Lesley Gore

62. Dedicated To The One I Love, Mama's and The Papa's

63. How Can I Be Sure, Young Rascals

64. Carrie Ann, Hollies

65. (We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet, Blue Magoos

66. Friday On My Mind, Easy Beats

67. Soul Finger, Bar-Kays

68. Gimme Some Lovin', Spencer Davis Group

69. Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out), Hombres

70. Let's Live For Today, The Grass Roots

71. Close Your Eyes, Peaches and Herb

72. Groovin', Booker T and The MG's

73. Funky Broadway, Wilson Pickett

74. Pleasant Valley Sunday, The Monkees

75. I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You), Aretha Franklin

76. Tell It Like It Is, Aaron Neville

77. Cold Sweat, James Brown and The Famous Flames

78. She'd Rather Be With Me, The Turtles

79. 98.6, Keith

80. Here We Go Again, Ray Charles

81. White Rabbit, Jefferson Airplane

82. Here Comes My Baby, Tremeloes

83. The Beat Goes On, Sonny and Cher

84. Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron, Royal Guardsmen

85. Society's Child, Janis Ian

86. Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon, Neil Diamond

87. I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night, Electric Prunes

88. Mirage, Tommy James and The Shondells

89. Bernadette, Four Tops

90. Everlasting Love, Robert Knight

91. I Dig Rock And Roll Music, Peter, Paul and Mary

92. Litle Ole Man (Uptight-Everything's Alright), Bill Cosby

93. Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

94. Daydream Believer, The Monkees

95. Thank The Lord For The Night Time, Neil Diamond

96. I Take It Back, Sandy Posey

97. Green, Green Grass Of Home, Tom Jones

98. I Can See For Miles, The Who

99. Don't Sleep In The Subway, Petula Clark

100. Baby I Need Your Lovin', Johnny Rivers

1967 was a great year for music.

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