Uk Chart topping number one tracks of 1967.
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1967 Hit Music

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Artiste Track Date
Tom Jones Green, Green Grass of Home 1st Dec 1966
The Monkees I'm a Believer 19th Jan
Petula Clark This Is My Song 16th Feb
Engelbert Humperdinck Release Me 2nd March
Nancy Sinatra and Frank Sinatra Somethin' Stupid 13th April
Sandie Shaw Puppet on a String 27th April
The Tremeloes Silence Is Golden 18th May
Procol Harum A Whiter Shade of Pale 8th June
The Beatles All You Need Is Love 19th July
Scott McKenzie San Francisco, Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair 9th Aug
Engelbert Humperdinck The Last Waltz 6th Sept
Bee Gees Massachusetts 11th Oct
The Foundations Baby Now That I've Found You 8th Nov
Long John Baldry Let the Heartaches Begin 22nd Nov
The Beatles Hello Goodbye 6th Dec

1967 perhaps had the fewest number one hits of the 60s but there were some stand out mile stone tracks. Music history was made in 1967 with UK's first Eurovision win with Puppet On A String by Sandie Shaw. Another huge milestone in 1967 was the first live international satellite broadcast that covered many country's, time zones and topics. At the height of the cold war and Vietnam war the UK closed the broadcast with the Beatles singing All You Need is Love.

Please Release me by Engelbert Humperdinck (not his real name) is a great track but a few years back we were asked to play this for a couple that were celebrating their Ruby Wedding Anniversary. Perhaps it was meant to be a joke or the person asking had only ever listened to the tune and not the lyrics but we pretended not to have it. Arnold Dorseys (his real name) next track also got to the top and The Last Waltz still gets a spin from time to time especially at formal functions that have gone on for a bit too long. Its great for couples taking the last chance for romance but also a bit of a end of the night sing along. The two party classics of 1967 came in the shape of The Monkees with I'm a believer and the slightly lesser known Foundations hit Baby Now That I found You. The Beatles said Hello to Christmas and Goodbye to 1967 with another number one that stayed at the top till well into the new year.

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