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Knack   (The Man FromThe) Marriage Guidance And Advice Bureau  buy on itunes
Pink Floyd   Arnold Layne  buy on itunes
Captain Beefheart  Zig Zag Wanderer  buy on itunes
Kitchen Cinq  Please Come Back To Me  buy on itunes
Supremes  Love Is Here And Now You're Gone  buy on itunes
Game  Help Me Mummy's Gone  buy on itunes
Collage  Lookin' At A Baby  buy on itunes
Byrds  Have You Seen Her Face?  buy on itunes
Kaleidoscope  Please Excuse My Face  buy on itunes
Velvet Underground And Nico  I'll Be Your Mirror  buy on itunes
Cake  Medieval Love  buy on itunes
Beach Boys  Heroes And Villains  buy on itunes
Traffic  Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush  buy on itunes
Hollies  On A Carousel  buy on itunes
Beatles  Penny Lane  buy on itunes
Herbie's People  Residential Area  buy on itunes
Kinks  Harry Rag  buy on itunes
Smokey Robinson And The Miracles  I Second That Emotion  buy on itunes
Phoenix  You Are The Moon And The Stars And The Sun  buy on itunes
Who  I Can See For Miles  buy on itunes
Sandie Shaw  You've Not Changed  buy on itunes
Free Design  The Proper Ornaments  buy on itunes
Rolling Stones  Complicated  buy on itunes
Paul Jones  Privilege  buy on itunes
Monkees  The Kind Of Girl I Could Love  buy on itunes
Small Faces  I Can't Make It  buy on itunes
Bar Kays  Soul Finger  buy on itunes
Love   Seven And Seven Is  buy on itunes


We're off to Wales for a friend's wedding at the end of next month so I'm burning new listening material well in advance. Celebrating 1967 when the pop world started to grow up, or did it become more childish? The meaning of life was contained within a pill but the more one indulged the less meaning life had. You couldn't swallow the universe. Pop was pushed sideways and for a while it was all the better for it until the lethargic swill of prog rock bombarded us with its portentous boredom. At the time I was barely conscious of the world around me but then who was?


Date: 6/30/2008
This is fantastic! Love it all, but I'm especially fond of that Monkees track!
Rebel Princess
Date: 6/30/2008
So many great songs on here, can't name them all. And my favourite Supremes-song!
anthony lombardi
Date: 6/30/2008
this looks unutterably, uncommonly great - one of the best years for music EVER, this is loaded top to bottom with classics - any chance of a download link, good sir?
Darth Pazuzu
Date: 6/30/2008
Wow, you guys! This is one seriously cool mix, and I actually recognize quite a few things here this time around (ha, ha)!

While I don't have the Smokey Robinson song, I really like I Second That Emotion. Also, great picks from the Beatles, Love, Syd-era Floyd, and Nico-era Velvets. I think Complicated is one of the greatest songs from the Stones' "psychedelic" late-'60s period. And you've got my favorite Who song of all time, the absolutely smokin' I Can See For Miles!!

Just one question: Is Paul Jones' Privilege the song covered by Patti Smith (a.k.a. Set Me Free) in '78??
Date: 6/30/2008
Agree with Anthony--it was one of the greatest years in popular music ever and your mix picks some of the cream of the crop. Enjoy your friend's wedding!
e. buster
Date: 6/30/2008
Rupert, your liner notes warm the cockles of my heart. :) The Summer of Love - the summer I turned 10. Probably the best (and worst) time to be growing up. This one really takes me back. I am a fan of the 'slice of time' mix and I love almost everything on here. Link, maybe?
Date: 7/1/2008
1967. What a year for music. My cockle swells with joy just looking at the playlist. Free Design. Kinks. Monkees. Cake. Kaleidoscope. Pink Floyd. Collage. The Knack. The Knack? Come on. Everyone knows they're an 80s band ;) That minor error aside, this gets two coveted thumbs ups from me and and the Darthman.
Date: 7/1/2008
Wonderful, just wonderful. The elusive 'Wonder Years' once did a 1967 mix, and while I won't say either is better than the other, what a great double CD mix that would be...
Date: 7/2/2008
Anthony said it.
Mr. Mirage
Date: 7/3/2008
The first time I heard the Who cut, the DJ started it from the faux commercial on the cut just prior, and the ran it into the actual cut. I flashed back on it the first time I heard the Ramones do End Of The Century... The Beach Boys cut is my personal favorite of theirs, bar none. Bar-Kays, PF, Stones and the Gorillaz... I mean Monkees... ah, me childhood years. This would have been my 6-7th year on the planet...
Funky Ratchet
Date: 7/3/2008
Byrds, VU, Beach Boys, Hollies, Kinks, and Love are some of my favorites here. Nicely done!
avocado rabbit
Date: 7/5/2008
I don't know about being conscious of the world - unless it's the world of music. Some nice memories rekindled here.
Date: 7/6/2008
I nearly missed this because of the problems on AOTM lately. Just with Heroes And Villains you have me. I can see for miles was also a favorite back in my pipeweed days.
DJ Karen Adams
Date: 7/6/2008
What Funky Ratchet said!

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