1967 CDR 700 Go!

Finally finished up my 1967 entry to the CDR 700 Go! series. The object is to fill up a 700MB CD-R with mp3s of songs released in a given year. No other guidelines – some folks went with hits, some with obscurity, some with both. Here’s the 1973 comp I did earlier to give you an idea. There’s so much great stuff released in 1967 (I started with a 3.2GB pile of tracks), that a thoroughly complete collection could take up a couple CD-Rs, so right off I axed just about anything that’s common on classic rock radio. The final track listing is:

  1. Victor Lundberg – “An Open Letter to My Teenage Son”
  2. The Smoke – “My Friend Jack”
  3. The Litter – “Action Woman”
  4. Love – “Seven & Seven Is”
  5. The Outcasts – “1523 Blair”
  6. The Who – “Armenia City In The Sky”
  7. Paul Revere And The Raiders – “Him Or Me (What’s It Gonna Be)”
  8. The Dave Clark Five – “A Little Bit Now”
  9. Larry Williams & Johnny Watson – “Too Late”
  10. The Hassles – “Just Holding On”
  11. James Brown – “Let Yourself Go”
  12. Harvey Scales and the Seven Sounds – “Love-itis”
  13. The Apollas – “Mr. Creator”
  14. The Parliaments – “(I Wanna) Testify”
  15. The Soul Survivors – “Expressway To Your Heart”
  16. Nino Ferrer – “Le Telefon”
  17. The Chambers Brothers – “Time Has Come Today”
  18. Bob Summers & Mike Curb – “Pot Party”
  19. The Hombres – “Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)”
  20. Pink Floyd – “Lucifer Sam”
  21. The 13th Floor Elevators – “She Lives (In A Time Of Her Own)”
  22. Pandamonium – “No Presents For Me”
  23. Neil Diamond – “You Got To Me”
  24. Billy Joe Royal – “Hush”
  25. The Beach Boys – “Heroes And Villains”
  26. Dusty Springfield – “What’s It Gonna Be?”
  27. Glen Campbell – “By The Time I Get To Phoenix”
  28. Nancy Sinatra – “You Only Live Twice”
  29. The Moody Blues – “Lunch Break: Peak Hour”
  30. Dave Davies – “Death Of A Clown”
  31. The Rolling Stones – “Citadel”
  32. Eric Burdon & The Animals – “When I Was Young”
  33. Procol Harum – “Homburg”
  34. The Red Krayola – “Hurricane Fighter Plane”
  35. Pearls Before Swine – “(Oh Dear) Miss Morse”
  36. The Supremes – “You Keep Me Hangin’ On”
  37. Peter Cook & Dudley Moore – “Bedazzled”
  38. Bob Crewe Generation – “Music To Watch Girls By”
  39. Harper’s Bizarre – “59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)”
  40. The American Breed – “Step Out Of Your Mind”
  41. Strawberry Alarm Clock – “Incense And Peppermints”
  42. Keith – “Tell Me To My Face”
  43. Paul & Barry Ryan – “I Can’t Make A Friend”
  44. Sun Ra – “Mu”
  45. Jefferson Airplane – “Streetmasse”
  46. Bev Harrell – “What Am I Doing Here With You”
  47. Sandy Posey – “I Take It Back”
  48. Lulu – “To Sir, With Love”
  49. Scott Walker – “Montague Terrace (In Blue)”
  50. Nico – “Winter Song”
  51. Bobbie Gentry – “Ode To Billie Joe”
  52. Bob Dylan – “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine”
  53. Aretha Franklin – “I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)”
  54. Marlena Shaw – “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy”
  55. Julie Driscoll & Brian Auger – “A Kind Of Love In”
  56. Otis Redding – “Shake”
  57. Elvis Presley – “Long Legged Girl (With The Short Dress On)”
  58. Shirley Ellis – “Soultime”
  59. Cat Stevens – “I’m Gonna Get Me A Gun”
  60. Traffic – “Paper Sun”
  61. Buffalo Springfield – “Expecting To Fly”
  62. Tim Buckley – “I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain”
  63. John Fahey – “Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Palace Of King Phillip XIV”
  64. Robbie Basho – “Pavan Hindustan”
  65. Timothy Leary – “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out”
  66. Ennio Morricone – “Diabolik’s Hide Out”
  67. David Hemmings – “Back Street Mirror”
  68. Holy Modal Rounders – “Sky Divers”
  69. AMM – “Commonwealth Institute 20 Apr 1967”
  70. The Electric Prunes – “Get Me To The World On Time”
  71. The Velvet Underground – “I Heard Her Call My Name”
  72. The Freak Scene – “The Subway Ride Thru Inner Space”
  73. The Dynamites – “Tunnel Tengoku (single version)”
  74. The Deviants – “Garbage”
  75. Vanilla Fudge – “Ticket To Ride”
  76. Booker T. & The MGs – “Hip Hug-Her”
  77. Lee Hazlewood – “In Our Time”
  78. The Merry-Go-Round – “Live”
  79. The Creation – “Through My Eyes”
  80. The Byrds – “Everybody’s Been Burned”
  81. Moby Grape – “Sitting By The Window”
  82. The Kinks – “Autumn Almanac”
  83. Bee Gees – “New York Mining Disaster 1941”
  84. Donovan – “Sunny South Kensington”
  85. King Curtis – “Memphis Soul Stew”
  86. Pierre Henry – “Psyché Rock”
  87. The Monkees – “Daily Nightly”
  88. Unfolding – “Play Your Game”
  89. Dantalian’s Chariot – “World War Three”
  90. The Small Faces – “Itchycoo Park”
  91. Chocolate Watch Band – “Are You Going To Be There (At The Love-In)”
  92. RO-D-Y’s – “Just Fancy”
  93. The Move – “I Can Hear The Grass Grow”
  94. July – “The Stamping Machine”
  95. Boots Walker – “They’re Here”
  96. Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band – “Dropout Boogie”
  97. Senator Bobby – “Wild Thing”
  98. Ivor Cutler – “Good Morning! How Are You? Shut Up!”
  99. Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band – “I’m Bored”
  100. The Royal Guardsmen – “The Return Of The Red Baron”
  101. The Hollies – “Would You Believe”
  102. The Peanut Butter Conspiracy – “Dark On You Now”
  103. Clear Light – “They Who Have Nothing”
  104. Jeff Beck – “Beck’s Bolero”
  105. Davie Allan & The Arrows – “Devil’s Angels”
  106. The Zodiac – “Leo – The Lord Of Lights”
  107. Baja Marimba Band – “Along Comes Mary”
  108. Thelonious Monk – “Easy Street”
  109. Caetano Veloso – “Anunciacão”
  110. Miles Davis – “The Sorcerer”
  111. John Coltrane – “Ogunde”
  112. Bruno Nicolai – “Secret Reunion (Lucky Theme)”
  113. Barbra Streisand – “Stout-Hearted Men”
  114. David Houston & Tammy Wynette – “My Elusive Dreams”
  115. Boudewijn De Groot – “Picknick”
  116. The Zombies – “Goin’ Out Of My Head”
  117. The Box Tops – “The Letter”
  118. Bruce Channel – “Mr Bus Driver”
  119. Blues Magoos – “There’s A Chance We Can Make It”
  120. The Nice – “War & Peace”
  121. The Yardbirds – “White Summer”
  122. The Easybeats – “Friday On My Mind”
  123. Kaleidoscope – “Pulsating Dream”
  124. Sly And The Family Stone – “I Cannot Make It”
  125. The Shoes – “Na Na Na”
  126. Lou Rawls – “Trouble Down Here Below”
  127. The Four Tops – “It’s The Same Old Song”
  128. The Shadows Of Knight – “Someone Like Me”
  129. Janis Ian – “Younger Generation Blues”
  130. Bill Cosby – “Hooray For The Salvation Army Band”
  131. Herb Alpert – “Casino Royale Theme (Main Title)”
  132. Serge Gainsbourg – “C’est la cristallisation comme dit Stendhal”
  133. Jacques Dutronc – “Les Play Boys”
  134. Keith West – “Excerpt From A Teenage Opera”
  135. The Marmalade – “I See The Rain”
  136. Q65 – “World Of Birds”
  137. The Godz – “Permanent Green Light”
  138. Perrey-Kingsley – “Winchester Cathedral”
  139. Emil Richards – “Emerald (May)”
  140. MEV (Musica Elettronica Viva) – “Spacecraft”
  141. La Monte Young – “The Two Systems of Eleven Categories (excerpt)”
  142. Morton Subotnick – “Silver Apples Of The Moon part b”
  143. Roland Kirk – “Lovellevelliloqui”
  144. Ramsey Lewis – “One, Two, Three”
  145. The Bar-Kays – “Give Everybody Some”
  146. François de Roubaix – “Les Aventuriers”
  147. Jerry Goldsmith – “You’re A Foolish Man, Mr. Flint”
  148. The Free Design – “The Proper Ornaments”
  149. Bojoura – “Dream Man”
  150. Jorge Ben – “Amor De Carnaval”
  151. Family – “Scene Thru The Eye Of A Lens”
  152. The Blues Project – “No Time Like The Right Time”
  153. Le Stelle Di Mario Schifano – “Molto Alto”
  154. The Rogers – “Chiedimi Tutto”
  155. Groep 1850 – “Mother Nohead”
  156. The Association – “Windy”
  157. Porter Wagoner – “The Cold Hard Facts Of Life”
  158. Henry Mancini – “Turtles”
  159. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich – “Zabadak”
  160. James Carr – “The Dark End Of The Street”
  161. Jake Thackray – “The Last Will And Testament Of Jake Thackray”
  162. Francoise Hardy – “Mon amie la rose”
  163. Frank Sinatra – “This Town”
  164. George Jones – “Walk Through This World With Me”
  165. Esther & Abi Ofarim – “Lonesome Road”
  166. Every Father’s Teenage Son – “A Letter To Dad”

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Now on to 1962!

Author: Chris Barrus

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2 thoughts on “1967 CDR 700 Go!”

  1. Amazingly good. Have you thought about trying it as an iTunes musci store mix? Even if a subset is there, I’d buy it.

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