5th December 2017

14 songs that will make you want to Boogaloo!

By vintagecashcow In Episodes, History, Time Machine

Styles and tastes in music change so quickly we almost don’t notice. We’ve crunched the numbers and bought you the top 14 songs of 1967 based on how many weeks they spent at number one.

Browse the videos and let us know which your favorites were. Think another song deserves pride of place? Let us know in the comments and maybe we’ll add it in!

We’re going to count backwards in true Top of The Pops style!

Petula Clark • This is My Song • 2 weeks at number 1

Nancy and Frank Sinatra • Something Stupid • 2 weeks at number 1

The Foundations • Baby Now That I’ve Found You • 2 weeks at number 1

Long John Baldry • Let the Heartaches Begin • 2 weeks at number 1

Sandie Shaw • Puppet on a String • 3 weeks at number 1

The Tremeloes • Silence is Golden • 3 weeks at number 1

The Beatles • All You Need is Love • 3 weeks at number 1

The Monkees • I’m a Believer • 4 weeks at number 1

Scott McKenzie • San Francisco • 4 weeks at number 1

Bee Gees • Massachusetts • 4 weeks at number 1

Engelbert Humperdinck • The Last Waltz • 5 weeks at number 1

Engelbert Humperdinck • Release Me • 6 weeks at number 1

Procol Harum • A Whiter Shade of Pale • 6 weeks at number 1

The Beatles • Hello Goodbye • 7 weeks at number 1

Did you find your favorite? Are your dance shoes worn out now?

Share with a friend who’ll remember these classics! Bonus points if either of you remember how to Boogaloo!

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14 Songs that will make you want to Boogaloo!
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14 Songs that will make you want to Boogaloo!
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In this post we've got a whole bunch of videos that show you what the music charts looked like 50 years ago! Did your favorite song make it? Come find out...
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