Times Of Our Lives: 1967

plank

Yes, the second of this series which is a landmark of sorts given that none of the others have got this far.

1967; the second of my years on this Earth, and one where frankly little remains in my memory banks. To be honest, anything now is, I suspect, planted by later research rather than being an actual recollection. I didn’t, for example, see The Plank in the cinema but love the film.

Other notable films of that year which I now watch avidly:

  • Billion Dollar Brain
  • Bonnie and Clyde
  • Carry On Doctor,
  • Casino Royale
  • Cool Hand Luke
  • Day of Anger
  • The Dirty Dozen
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Hombre
  • In the Heat of the Night
  • The Plank
  • Valley of the Dolls
  • You Only Live Twice

Anyway, a playlist which I think my younger self would have enjoyed in the day.

If the playlist below doesn’t work, click here to open in your browser.

Band Song
The Monkees Pleasant Valley Sunday
Buffalo Springfield Mr. Soul
Jefferson Airplane Somebody to Love
The Spencer Davis Group I’m A Man
Jimi Hendrix Stone Free
The Doors Soul Kitchen
The Beach Boys Good Vibrations
Aretha Franklin Respect – Stereo Version
Sam & Dave Soul Man
Eddie Floyd I Don’t Want To Cry
The Box Tops The Letter
The Who I Can See For Miles
The Byrds So You Want to Be a Rock ‘N’ Roll Star
Love Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark And Hilldale
The Kinks Waterloo Sunset – Stereo
Tim Buckley Pleasant Street
Richie Havens High Flyin’ Bird
Jimmy Witherspoon, Jack McDuff S..K. Blues
Brenton Wood Gimme Little Sign
Sly & The Family Stone Bad Risk
Wilson Pickett You Can’t Stand Alone
The Temptations Ain’t No Sun Since You’ve Been Gone
Gene Clark, The Gosdin Brothers Is Yours Is Mine
Al Green Let Me Help You
The Isley Brothers Whispers (Gettin’ Louder)

 

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