SONGS OF THE TIMES
1967 was the year in music, with offerings, ranging from Ballads to Rock to Motown to Psychedelia. The UK invasion of Lulu's
"To Sir With Love" from the Sidney Portier classic film. Doors sang "Light My Fire" and an Australian pop group "The Seekers"
hit the charts with "Georgy Girl". Aretha Franklin wanted (and got) a little "R-e-s-p-e-c-t". With those hits in our ears we headed to
Vietnam to hear a whole new set as well. 1968 was "Born to be wild" (Steppenwolf), a turbulent time in Rock 'n Roll. Raw sounds
competed on the charts with Instrumentals and sweet melodic tunes under laid with solid gold Motown like the Supremes'

"I'm a love child" and Dionne Warwick's "Do you know the way to San Jose?" The Bee Gees were heard in Brisbane, and
Simon and Garfunkel went from lyrical strength to catchy strength. And nobody could write off the prolific Beatles,
whose every song seemed to levitate to the top of the charts.
                                  1967
1   
To Sir with Love                     
2   
Light my Fire                           
3   
Can’t Tke My Eyes off of You
4   Happy Together                     
5   
Groovin’                                  
6   
The Letter                              
7   
Windy                                     
8   
Georgy Girl                            
9   
Little Bit of Soul                     
10
Respect             

Lulu
The Doors
Frankie Valley
The Turtles
The Young Rascals
The Box Tops
The Association
The Seekers
The Music Explosion
Aretha Franklin

The Beatles
Gary Pucket and the Union Gap
The Rascals
Simon and Garfuncal
Paul Mauriut
The Rascals
Mary Hopkins
Richard Harris
Herb Albert
1910 Friutgum Company
Of course for us in W Company we had our own selection for that year and they were a real range. This range
included those mentioned on the 1960's SONGS page and many others can also be found
HERE