Tag: 1967

Jefferson Airplane, Surrealistic Pillow, 1967 on RCA Victor

Classic with Somebody to Love and White Rabbit. My copy is a mid-seventies reissue based on the labels. Found at a record fair at Mill No. 5 in…

John Mayall, The Blues Alone, 1967 on London Records.

John Mayall, The Blues Alone, 1967 on London Records. Drums on some tracks from Kerf Hartley otherwise all Mayall.

The Who, The Who Sell Out, 1967 on Decca. (on Track Record in the UK).

The Who, The Who Sell Out, 1967 on Decca. (on Track Record in the UK). My copy is a 2021 reissue with a second LP of bonus tracks…

The Monkees, Headquarters, 1967 on Colgems.

The Monkees, Headquarters, 1967 on Colgems. The third LP, with more playing and songwriting by the Monkees themselves (as opposed to session musicians).

The Beatles, Magical Mystery Tour, 1967 on Capitol.

The Beatles, Magical Mystery Tour, 1967 on Capitol. Original 1967 pressing – has the “No You’re Not” under I Am The Walrus in block print vs cursive. Love…

Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding, 1967 on Columbia.

Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding, 1967 on Columbia. All Along the Watchtower, Dear Landlord, I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight – classic Robert Zimmerman – between Blonde on Blonde…

Nancy Sinatra, Country My Way, 1967 on Reprise.

Nancy Sinatra, Country My Way, 1967 on Reprise. Came out just after Boots. Great version of Jackson with Lee Hazelwood – found at the local thrift store for…

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Night Train, 1963 on Verve.

The Oscar Peterson Trio, Night Train, 1963 on Verve. The Oscar Peterson Trio, Night Train Vol. 2, 1967 on Verve. These are with Ray Brown, Ed Thigpen (some…

Oscar Peterson, Thoroughly Modern ‘Twenties, 1967 on Verve.

Oscar Peterson, Thoroughly Modern ‘Twenties, 1967 on Verve. Songs collected from the “Song Book” albums for Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Jimmy McHugh. Richard Rodgers – plus…

The Blues Project, Live At Town Hall, 1967 on Verve Forecast.

The Blues Project, Live At Town Hall, 1967 on Verve Forecast. Third album, recorded after Al Kooper’s departure. Only one song actually recorded at Town Hall; sone are…

The Doors, The Doors, 1967 on Elektra.

The Doors, The Doors, 1967 on Elektra. My copy is the 2021 Vinyl Me, Please reissue on “green & gold galaxy” vinyl with a bonus 7″ single reproducing…

Vanilla Fudge, Vanilla Fudge (Self-Titled), 1967 on Atco.

Vanilla Fudge, Vanilla Fudge (Self-Titled), 1967 on Atco. Via Light of Day Records in Jamaica Plain Most folks know ” You Keep Me Hanging On” but also covers…

Merle Haggard and The Strangers, I’m A Lonesome Fugitive, 1967 on Capitol.

Merle Haggard and The Strangers, I’m A Lonesome Fugitive, 1967 on Capitol. My copy is the Vinyl Me, Please Country reissue from 2021. Harmony vocals by Bonnie Owens…

Nina Simone, High Priestess of Soul, 1967 on Philips.

Nina Simone, High Priestess of Soul, 1967 on Philips. From the Queen of Jazz (Ella, yesterday) to the High Priestess of Soul. This is a killer collection of…

The Buckinghams, Time & Charges, 1967 on Columbia.

The Buckinghams, Time & Charges, 1967 on Columbia. In case the cover photo didn’t make the Beatles comparison, the rear jacket notes say: “[The Buckingham”s] talent will do…

The Monkees, More of the Monkees, 1967 on Colgems.

The Monkees, More of the Monkees, 1967 on Colgems. I wasn’t around for the initial run of the Monkees but loved it in reruns in the 80s This…

The Buckinghams, Kind Of A Drag, 1967 on U.S.A. Records.

The Buckinghams, Kind Of A Drag, 1967 on U.S.A. Records. The Buckinghams are a Chicago band but took on a name that would fare better during the British…

The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967 on Capitol.

The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967 on Capitol. Stereo LA pressing from 1967. One of the greatest records of all time – hard to find…

Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, United, 1967 on Tamla

Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, from Tamla records, 1967. Mine is a repress from 2016 on 180g vinyl by Czech GZ Media but it sounds just as good…

John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, A Hard Road, 1967 on London Records

The first Bluesbreakers album in a post-Clapton world. Best cut I think is the “Someday after a while (you’ll be sorry)” on side 2. Via Mystery Train Records