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1967: The Year In Review (2 cdr collection)

Side A
Artist Song
The Who  I Can See For Miles 
Buffalo Springfield  For What It's Worth 
The Left Banke  Pretty Ballerina 
Moby Grape  Omaha 
The Tremeloes  Here Comes My Baby 
Jimi Hendrix  Purple Haze 
Rolling Stones  We Love You 
Kaleidoscope (US band)  Please 
The Moody Blues  Peak Hour 
Strawberry Alarm Clock  Incense & Peppermints 
Simon & Garfunkel  Fakin' It 
Cream  Tales Of Brave Ulysses 
Los Hombres  Let It All Hang Out 
The Hollies  King Midas In Reverse 
West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band  Smell Of Incense 
David Bowie  Let Me Sleep Beside You 
Grateful Dead  The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) 
Nirvana (UK band)  We Can Help You 
The Music Explosion  Little Bit O' Soul 
The Nice  Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack 
The Monkees  Pleasant Valley Sunday 
Traffic  Dear Mr. Fantasy 
Tomorrow  My White Bicycle 
Box Tops  The Letter 
The Kinks  Waterloo Sunset 
Donovan  Wear Your Love Like Heaven 
Side B
The Doors  Break On Through 
Pink Floyd  Arnold Layne 
Beach Boys  Heroes & Villains 
Velvet Underground  There She Goes Again 
Pretty Things  Defecting Grey 
Tommy James & The Shondells  I Think We're Alone Now 
Kaleidoscope (UK band)  Mr. Small The Watch-Repairer Man 
Love  Alone Again Or 
The Beatles  A Day In The Life 
Jefferson Airplane  Somebody To Love 
Neil Diamond  Cherry, Cherry 
Creation  How Does It Feel To Feel 
Bob Dylan  All Along The Watchtower 
The Move  I Can Hear The Grass Grow 
Ballroom  Spinning, Spinning, Spinning 
The Byrds  My Back Pages 
Bee Gees  New York Mining Disaster 1941 
The Turtles  Happy Together 
Sagittarius  My World Fell Down 
Small Faces  Itchycoo Park 
The Troggs  Love Is All Around 
Yardbirds  Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor 
Captain Beefheart  Abba Zaba 
Procol Harum  A Whiter Shade Of Pale 
Chad & Jeremy  Family Way 
The Youngbloods  Get Together 


The second in the series, and among my favorites (indeed, it was upon starting a '67 mix celebrating the birth of psychedelia and realizing that it would need to be a double-discer that I decided to go all-in and do a revamped 2-cd comp for every year from '66 to the present. Just because.

Lots of great British psychedelia, and plenty of Summer of Love (SF and LA versions), rounded out with more British Invasion, garage band tunes, and the inevitable am-radio-classics that were kind of unavoidable. Plus a rare Neil Diamond appearance on a mix but, hey, "Cherry Cherry," c'mon.
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