Wednesday, March 29, 2017

McQ's Super Prolific Singles Artists Of 1967 Shout Out

Okay, we're at that pont where we are going to start counting down our favorite singles of 1967 and 2015 along with our favorite albums of 2015.

But before we do, I want to give a quick shout out to three acts who were just so off-the-charts prolific and consistently great in 1967 that I simply had to cut off how many songs of theirs I included in our final 1967 singles countdown lest they eat up near half the spots and leave many other great artists completely acknowledged.

I am, of course, talking about The Beatles, The Doors, and The Jimi Hendrix Experience, each of whom released not one but two full-length albums in 1967, and some historically famous singles to boot.

For the best sense of how great these artists we're in 1967, just check out this videos and spotify links for the singles I left out of my countdown - the volume and average quality level is jaw dropping.


The Crystal Ship

People Are Strange

Soul Kitchen

Moonlight Drive

Back Door Man

When The Music's Over


Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

With A Little Help From My Friends

Hello Goodbye

Baby, You're A Rich Man

The Fool On The Hill

When I'm Sixty Four

Lovely Rita

The Magical Mystery Tour

All You Need Is Love


Stone Free

Red House


Manic Depression

Castles Made Of Sand

Hey Joe

Love Or Confusion

If 6 Was 9

I Don't Live Today

Bold As Love

Are You Experienced?

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