Album Chart of 1967

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Album Chart of 1967

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THE VELVET REVOLUTION

Things were wonderful in the 60's, because it was an era of intense experimentation. Everyone was trying to out-hip each other” ~ Paul Rothchild

The Doors producer got that right. 1967 was an explosive year – a potpourri of invention, good and bad. Captain Beefheart, Phil Ochs and The Beatles were the definition of inventiveness, whilst The Velvet Underground (pictured with Nico) delivered a one-band big-bang that was so ‘out there’ the world, caught in a time warp, hardly felt a thing in the actual year of the seismic event.

Aretha Franklin, with not a little help from the Muscle Shoals production team, ascends to the throne as the Queen of Soul, despite Carla Thomas's staking of a titular claim on her collaborative LP with Otis Redding. Alas, the life of her brilliant co-star would be lost in a December plane crash.

Nico, Leonard Cohen, The Dubliners and The Incredible String Band showcase the incredible diversity within the Folk scene; all are bound with unique character in abundance.

There are almost as many Psychedelic albums as there are Pop ones, and The Doors and Love are at the very head of the movement. In September, The Doors appear on The Ed Sullivan Show and perform “Light My Fire”. Ed Sullivan, who had previous by getting Jagger to re-deliver “Let's Spend the Night Together” as “Let's spend some time together” is furious in September when Jim Morrison, singing “Light My Fire”, revolts against the pre-agreed change of “Girl we couldn't get much HIGHER” to “BETTER”, and The Doors are banned from the show. It was fucking worth it. Well done Jim.

In March, Jimi Hendrix sets fire to his guitar on stage in London, and has to be treated for hand burns. Despite this set-back, The Jimi Hendrix Experience deliver a bona-fide album of Rock excellence with “Are You Experienced?” The world has never heard anything like it. Alas, a bleak future is foretold in this new genre by Jefferson Airplane, Clear Light, Cream and Moby Grape, as the jamming age of the crushing-bore virtuoso dawns.

The Jukebox Rebel
19-Jan-2016

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THE VELVET UNDERGROUND AND NICO
The Velvet Underground and Nico
Verve Records V6-5008
the USA
9.85 “An elite masterpiece” Avant-Garde; Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “All Tomorrow’s Parties” (10) • “Venus In Furs” (10) • “I’m Waiting For The Man” (10)
TJR saysThe Velvet Underground & Nico nudges as close to perfection as you could ever dare to hope for from an album. The dispar...more →

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I NEVER LOVED A MAN THE WAY I LOVE YOU
Aretha Franklin
Atlantic 8139
the USA
8.97 “A classic” Soul Ballad; Soul

Jukebox picks: “I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)” (10) • “Respect” (10) • “Dr. Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business)” (9.8)
TJR saysAfter six years recording with Columbia Records, Aretha Franklin made one of the best decisions of her career when she s...more →

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CHELSEA GIRL
Nico
Verve Records V6-5032
Germany
8.92 “A classic” Alternative Folk; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “These Days” (10) • “Little Sister” (10) • “I’ll Keep It With Mine” (10)
TJR saysAfter some 12 years as a fashion model and actress, Christa Päffgen was, by now, coming around to the idea that she coul...more →

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SONGS OF LEONARD COHEN
Leonard Cohen
Columbia CS-9533
Canada
8.77 “A classic” Folk

Jukebox picks: “So Long, Marianne” (10) • “Teachers” (10) • “Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye” (10)
TJR saysSome 13 years after his first published poetry, and 4 years after his first novel, the 33 year-old Quebecan finally got ...more →

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THE DOORS
The Doors
Elektra EKS-74007
the USA
8.62 “A classic” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “The End” (10) • “Take It As It Comes” (9.7) • “Break On Through (To The Other Side)” (9.6)
TJR says1967 dawned with The Doors debut LP in January. At the time of release they were: Jim Morrison (24, lead vocals); Ray Ma...more →

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STAR TIME VOLUME 3
Dark City Sisters
His Master's Voice JP-1002
South Africa
8.33 “Excellent” Africana

Jukebox picks: “Hole Thabe” (10) • “Ingwababa” (9.1) • “Malenkhu A Marumo” (9.0)
TJR saysWell, I thought “Star Time” was kinda neat in 1964 but, boy oh boy, Volume 3 blows it out the water. The exquisite 4-par...more →

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FOREVER CHANGES
Love
Elektra EKS-74013
the USA
8.30 “Excellent” Cerebral Pop; Folk Rock / Americana; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Alone Again Or” (9.8) • “A House Is Not A Motel” (9.5) • “Live And Let Live” (8.9)
TJR saysThe third Love LP arrived in November ’67 and was co-produced by the group’s leader, Arthur Lee. Ever the perfectionist,...more →

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MORE OF THE HARD STUFF
The Dubliners
Major Minor MMLP-5
Ireland
8.09 “Excellent” Folk

Jukebox picks: “The Croppy Boy” (10) • “The Auld Triangle” (10) • “A Nation Once Again” (9.8)
TJR saysThe band’s second studio album on Major Minor Records, their second of 1967, and the second to allude to the hard liquor...more →

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A DROP OF THE HARD STUFF
The Dubliners
Major Minor MMLP-3
Ireland
8.06 “Excellent” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Black Velvet Band” (10) • “The Old Alarm Clock” (9.8) • “Seven Drunken Nights [album version ’67]” (9.6)
TJR saysThe boisterous beardies have now signed with Major Minor Records, and this is their first album on the new label. After ...more →

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ARE YOU EXPERIENCED
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Track Record 612 001
the USA
8.03 “Excellent” Rock; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Manic Depression” (10) • “Remember” (9.2) • “Foxy Lady” (8.8)
TJR saysAfter struggling throughout the 60s to make a decent living as a sideman, Jimi Hendrix emerged in late ’66 with his own ...more →

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SAFE AS MILK
Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band
Buddah Records BDS-5001
the USA
7.99 “Brilliant” Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Electricity” (10) • “Sure ’Nuff ’n Yes I Do” (9.8) • “Dropout Boogie” (9.7)
TJR says1967 was a big year for the good Captain and his band – it saw the release of the debut LP “Safe As Milk” in September, ...more →

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THE 5000 SPIRITS OR THE LAYER OF THE ONION
The Incredible String Band
Elektra EUK-257
Scotland
7.91 “Brilliant” Folk

Jukebox picks: “The Hedgehog’s Song” (9.4) • “Chinese White” (9.1) • “Little Cloud” (8.9)
TJR saysIt had generally been thought that The Incredible String Band’s album of 1966 was a one-off but when Robin Williamson re...more →

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STRANGE DAYS
The Doors
Elektra EKS-74014
the USA
7.78 “Brilliant” Psychedelia; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Love Me Two Times” (9.7) • “People Are Strange” (8.7) • “Strange Days” (8.3)
TJR saysAs with many creative groups of the mid 60s, the Doors were bursting at the seams with so much high quality material tha...more →

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WINDS OF CHANGE
Eric Burdon and The Animals
MGM Records SE-4484
England
7.74 “Brilliant” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “The Black Plague” (10) • “Winds Of Change” (9.4) • “Yes I Am Experienced” (8.3)
TJR saysThe unclean anti-pop of “Winds Of Change” was, thankfully, a million miles from the preceding cabaret pop of “Eric Is He...more →

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THE FIRST LADY OF IMMEDIATE
P.P. Arnold
Immediate IMSP-011
the USA
7.68 “Brilliant” Soul

Jukebox picks: “The First Cut Is The Deepest” (10) • “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” (9.3) • “Am I Still Dreaming?” (8.8)
TJR saysThe stunning lead single, “The First Cut Is The Deepest”, was written by Cat Stevens early in 1967, and he was using...more →

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MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR
The Beatles
Capitol Records MAL-2835
England
7.64 “Brilliant” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Strawberry Fields Forever” (9.2) • “Baby You’re A Rich Man” (9.1) • “I Am The Walrus” (8.9)
TJR saysAnother truly brilliant album from the ever-consistent Beatles. John Lennon agrees with me, how cool is he? “… Magical...more →

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PLEASURES OF THE HARBOR
Phil Ochs
A&M Records SP-4133
the USA
7.53 “Brilliant” Jazz

Jukebox picks: “The Crucifixion” (8.8) • “Flower Lady” (8.7) • “Pleasures Of The Harbor” (8.1)
TJR saysEschewing his one man with acoustic guitar approach evidenced hitherto on his 3 albums for Elektra, the 26-year-old topi...more →

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JOHN WESLEY HARDING
Bob Dylan
Columbia CL-2804
the USA
7.50 “Brilliant” Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest” (10) • “Drifter’s Escape” (8.2) • “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine” (8.0)
TJR saysAs terrific as it is, the come-down LP from the preceding epics had an air of inevitability about it. 12 tunes recorded ...more →

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BLOWIN’ YOUR MIND!
Van Morrison
Bang Records BLP-218
Northern Ireland
7.50 “Brilliant” Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “He Ain't Give You None” (9.9) • “T.B. Sheets” (9.4) • “Who Drove The Red Sports Car?” (7.6)
TJR saysIt was inevitable that the shining star of Them would branch out as a solo artist, but “Blowin’ Your Mind!” was not how ...more →

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FUTURE
The Seeds
GNP Crescendo GNP-2038
the USA
7.38 “Really good” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Flower Lady And Her Assistant” (9.1) • “Fallin’” (8.8) • “Now A Man” (8.1)
TJR says“Travel with your mind” was Sky Saxon’s message here, on an album which was as mad as a hatter bounding between castles,...more →

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THE PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN
Pink Floyd
Columbia SX-6157
England
7.37 “Really good” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Lucifer Sam” (9.2) • “Astronomy Domine” (8.6) • “Chapter 24” (8.3)
TJR saysEmerging from the London underground scene, Pink Floyd signed to EMI early in 1967, and by summertime had placed two sin...more →

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ON THE GALTYMORE MOUNTAINS
The Grehan Sisters
Transatlantic Records TRA-160
Ireland
7.34 “Really good” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Tommy Mcdonagh” (9.3) • “The Black Velvet Band” (9.2) • “The Lake Of Coolfin” (8.2)
TJR saysI adore The Grehan Sisters, the pride of Boyle in County Roscommon. Pure and true naturals of the folk genre, they were ...more →

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007 SHANTY TOWN
Desmond Dekker and The Aces
Doctor Bird DLM-5007
Jamaica
7.20 “Really good” Ska / Rocksteady

Jukebox picks: “Shing A Ling” (9.3) • “007 (Shanty Town)” (8.5) • “Unity” (8.4)
TJR saysSix years had passed since Desmond’s successful audition for Leslie Kong’s Beverley’s record label when he sang “Honour ...more →

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SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND
The Beatles
Parlophone PMC-7027
England
7.13 “Really good” Psychedelia; Pop; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “She’s Leaving Home” (10) • “Within You Without You” (9.4) • “Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite!” (8.2)
TJR saysAnother solid Beatles album with a couple of real killers on-board – George Martin’s orchestrated approach to “She’s L...more →

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JUDGE DREAD ROCK STEADY
Prince Buster
Blue Beat BBLP-809
Jamaica
7.13 “Really good” Ska / Rocksteady

Jukebox picks: “Judge Dread (Judge Four Hundred Years)” (9.7) • “The Barrister (The Appeal)” (8.6) • “A Change Is Gonna Come” (8.0)
TJR saysOn the tightly-knit music-loving island of Jamaica, the latest singles can grip the nation like a soap opera – as I have...more →

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MELLOW YELLOW
Donovan
Epic LN-24239
Scotland
7.04 “Really good” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Mellow Yellow” (9.3) • “Sunny South Kensington” (8.5) • “Hampstead Incident” (8.2)
TJR saysReleased stateside in March 1967, but not released in Britain due to the continuing contractual dispute that also preven...more →

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A FULL SPOON OF SEEDY BLUES
Sky Saxon Blues Band
GNP Crescendo GNP-2040
the USA
6.89 “Good” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Plain Spoken” (8.0) • “Creepin’ About” (7.7) • “Moth And The Flame” (7.5)
TJR saysEssentially, this was the Seeds 4th LP; all group members played and were supplemented by Muddy Waters' band members Geo...more →

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WHAT A HARD MAN FE DEAD
The Prince Buster All Stars
Blue Beat BBLP-807
Jamaica
6.81 “Good” Ska / Rocksteady

Jukebox picks: “Hard Man Fe Dead” (8.9) • “Ten Commandments” (8.2) • “Moving Spirit” (7.2)
TJR saysThe first “new” Prince Buster LP in quite some time was a bit of a hodge-podge affair. The first half pools single sides...more →

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YOU GOT MY MIND MESSED UP
James Carr
Goldwax Records 3001
the USA
6.81 “Good” Soul Ballad; Soul

Jukebox picks: “Forgetting You” (8.2) • “Love Attack” (7.5) • “You’ve Got My Mind Messed Up” (7.3)
TJR saysJust like the great Sam Cooke and Solomon Burke before him, James Carr’s gospel roots served him well for his foray into...more →

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KING AND QUEEN
Otis Redding and Carla Thomas
Stax S-716
the USA
6.78 “Good” Soul; Soul Ballad

Jukebox picks: “Tramp” (9.3) • “Bring It On Home To Me” (8.3) • “Knock On Wood” (7.1)
TJR saysImmodestly titled perhaps, but “King and Queen” was a potent collaboration all the same. Producer Jim Stewart’s idea was...more →

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LUDO
The Ivor Cutler Trio
Parlophone PMC-7040
Scotland
6.71 “Good” Avant-Garde; Storytelling

Jukebox picks: “The Shapely Balloon” (9.7) • “Mary’s Drawer” (8.9) • “Good Morning! How Are You? Shut Up!” (8.5)
TJR saysFresh from an acting stint playing would-be courier Buster Bloodvessel in The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour film, Ivor t...more →

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UNDERGROUND
The Electric Prunes
Reprise Records RS-6262
the USA
6.66 “Good” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Wind-Up Toys” (8.7) • “Long Days Flight (Til Tomorrow)” (8.5) • “Doctor Do-Good” (7.5)
TJR saysNo big hits on the Electric Prunes second set – but it’s stronger as a whole, with the band who, it seems, were very muc...more →

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YOUNGER THAN YESTERDAY
The Byrds
Columbia CS-9442
the USA
6.60 “Good” Pop

Jukebox picks: “My Back Pages” (9.2) • “Thoughts And Words” (7.9) • “So You Want To Be A Rock ’n’ Roll Star [abum version]” (6.9)
TJR saysThe strength of The Byrds endures onto album # 4, which positively fizzes in comparison to the relatively lacklustre "Fi...more →

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WEST SIDE SOUL
Magic Sam Blues Band
Delmark Records DS-615
the USA
6.59 “Good” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “That’s All I Need” (7.9) • “I Need You So Bad” (7.6) • “All Your Love” (6.9)
TJR saysThat’s All I Need” is a hot-starter, coming across as an edgier “Backfield In Motion”. It's one of four written by ...more →

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SCOTT
Scott Walker
Philips SBL-7816
the USA
6.57 “Good” Crooner / Cabaret; Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “Mathilde” (10) • “Amsterdam” (10) • “The Lady Came From Baltimore” (7.2)
TJR saysOccasionally stunning (“Mathilde” and “Amsterdam” are 2 of the most dramatic and powerful pieces of pop you coul...more →

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CANNED HEAT [1967]
Canned Heat
Liberty LST-7526
the USA
6.51 “Good” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Rich Woman” (7.6) • “Dust My Broom” (7.3) • “Rollin’ And Tumblin’” (7.0)
TJR saysDebut album from the Californian quintet formed in 1965 by two blues enthusiasts, Alan Wilson and Bob Hite. Hite and Wil...more →

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FROM THE BEGINNING
Small Faces
Decca LK-4879
England
6.51 “Good” Pop; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “All Or Nothing” (9.2) • “What’Cha Gonna Do About It?” (9.1) • “Plum Nellie” (8.2)
TJR saysBroke and feeling exploited by Don Arden and others at Decca Records, the Small Faces switched to the Immediate label he...more →

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COME BY HERE
Inez and Charlie Foxx
Dynamo Records DM-7000
the USA
6.45 “Decent enough” Soul

Jukebox picks: “Come By Here” (7.7) • “My Special Prayer” (7.0) • “Guilty” (7.0)
TJR saysSecond album proper from the sibling duo of 22-year-old Inez on lead vocals, and her big brother Charlie on backing voca...more →

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THEM BELFAST GYPSIES
Belfast Gypsies
Grand Prix GP-9923
Northern Ireland
6.43 “Decent enough” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Gloria’s Dream” (8.2) • “Suicide Song” (7.3) • “People, Let’s Freak Out” (6.7)
TJR saysA fine splinter group from Them, so much so that many people who bought the record were fooled into thinking that it act...more →

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TRIANGLE
The Beau Brummels
Warner Bros. Records WS-1692
the USA
6.43 “Decent enough” Folk Rock / Americana; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Painter Of Women” (7.7) • “Magic Hollow” (7.5) • “The Wolf Of Velvet Fortune” (7.4)
TJR saysTheir 4th LP “Triangle” gave me my first collection of Beau Brummels songs since “Laugh, Laugh”, their poppy debut singl...more →

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SOMETHING ELSE BY THE KINKS
The Kinks
Pye Records NPL-18193
England
6.38 “Decent enough” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “David Watts” (9.2) • “Waterloo Sunset” (8.3) • “Tin Soldier Man” (7.4)
TJR saysA decent Kinks album with some very fine highs, all written by the Davies brothers themselves, including 3 by Dave. Both...more →

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TEN YEARS AFTER
Ten Years After
Deram SML-1015
England
6.37 “Decent enough” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Losing The Dogs” (8.2) • “Spoonful” (6.6) • “Help Me” (6.6)
TJR saysDebut album from the Nottingham blues rockers who line up: Alvin Lee (guitar, vocals), Chick Churchill (organ), Leo Lyons (...more →

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GOODBYE AND HELLO
Tim Buckley
Elektra EKS-74028
the USA
6.36 “Decent enough” Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Goodbye And Hello” (8.8) • “I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain” (7.8) • “Hallucinations” (6.8)
TJR saysThis was a dark and ambitious folk record for 1966 - that it was delivered by a 20-year-old was all the more remarkable....more →

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ELECTRIC COMIC BOOK
Blues Magoos
Mercury SR-61104
the USA
6.31 “Decent enough” Psychedelia; Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “Rush Hour” (7.2) • “There’s A Chance We Can Make It” (6.9) • “Life Is Just A Cher O’Bowlies” (6.7)
TJR saysA bright follow up to “Psychedelic Lollipop”, laced with more of that swirling organ, and coated with an endearing sense...more →

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AXISː BOLD AS LOVE
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Track Record 612 003
the USA
6.27 “Decent enough” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Spanish Castle Magic” (8.3) • “If 6 Was 9” (7.5) • “Wait Until Tomorrow” (6.7)
TJR saysGood though some of this stuff is, you can’t help but get the feeling that this set is the left overs from the the “Are ...more →

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MIXED BAG
Richie Havens
Verve Forecast FTS-3006
the USA
6.21 “Decent enough” Songwriter; Jazz

Jukebox picks: “Follow” (7.9) • “Handsome Johnny” (7.7) • “Morning, Morning” (7.2)
TJR saysArriving in February, 1967, was the debut LP from this soulful Folkie, landing somewhere between Bob Dylan and Tim Buckl...more →

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EASTER EVERYWHERE
13th Floor Elevators
International Artists IA-LP-5
the USA
6.19 “Decent enough” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Slip Inside This House” (7.4) • “(I’ve Got) Levitation” (6.5) • “Slide Machine” (6.4)
TJR saysThe second album from the Austin, Texas five-piece arrived in November, 1967, and grew to be acclaimed as one of the gre...more →

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YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES
The Dave Clark Five
Epic LN-24312
England
6.15 “Decent enough” Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Doctor Rhythm” (8.5) • “Thinking Of You Baby” (7.8) • “You Got What It Takes” (7.3)
TJR saysAll new material on “You Got What It Takes” (Epic LN 24312), released in the USA in July 1967. The opening title track...more →

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THE WHO SELL OUT
The Who
Track Record 612 002
England
6.15 “Decent enough” Pop; Cerebral Pop; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Armenia City In The Sky” (8.4) • “I Can See For Miles” (7.6) • “Odorono” (6.9)
TJR saysConceptualized as a broadcast by pirate station Radio London, “The Who Sell Out” came complete with in-between jingles, ...more →

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THE ELECTRIC PRUNES
The Electric Prunes
Reprise Records RS-6248
the USA
6.13 “Decent enough” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)” (8.4) • “The King Is In The Counting House” (7.0) • “Sold To The Highest Bidder” (6.9)
TJR saysThese Garage Rockers out of L.A. were introduced to producer Dave Hassinger who believed they had talent, but lacked abi...more →

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NINA SIMONE SINGS THE BLUES
Nina Simone
RCA Victor LSP-3789
the USA
6.07 “Decent enough” Blues / Rhythm n Blues

Jukebox picks: “Backlash Blues [1967 album version]” (8.6) • “Do I Move You?” (6.7) • “House of the Rising Sun [1967 album version]” (6.2)
TJR saysClassed as an A-list album since only 1 track had appeared before - “House Of The Rising Sun”, which was played live...more →

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REVOLUTION!
Paul Revere and The Raiders featuring Mark Lindsay
Columbia CL-2721
the USA
6.04 “Decent enough” Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Him Or Me (What’s It Gonna Be?)” (8.7) • “Reno” (6.9) • “Tighter” (6.6)
TJR saysA lot of session musicians are involved with this one, as they continue to experiment in a vaguely Sgt Pepper style; thi...more →

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SINGS RAW SOUL
James Brown
King Records 1016
the USA
6.01 “Decent enough” Soul

Jukebox picks: “Don’t Be A Dropout” (8.2) • “Money Won’t Change You, part 1” (7.6) • “Money Won’t Change You, part 2” (7.5)
TJR saysReleased April 1967 (King K1016). This was all-new JB, with 2 tracks recompiled from 1964’s still-born “Out Of Sight” LP...more →

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SURREALISTIC PILLOW
Jefferson Airplane
RCA Victor LSP-3766
the USA
5.90 “Average” Folk Rock / Americana; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “White Rabbit” (9.2) • “Somebody To Love” (7.7) • “Embryonic Journey” (6.2)
TJR saysThe procurement of Grace Slick as lead vocalist worked wonders for Jefferson Airplane; her distinctive tremor gave the g...more →

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PLAY MAS’ WITH KITCH
Lord Kitchener
Tropico TMI-2004
Trinidad and Tobago
5.88 “Average” Caribbean

Jukebox picks: “The Wrecker” (6.5) • “Mama Have Papa Have” (6.3) • “No Hurricane In Trinidad” (6.3)
TJR saysOpens up with “Miss Tourist”, the song which would win him the coveted top song award at the Carnival Road March in ...more →

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CARRYIN’ ON
Johnny Cash and June Carter
Columbia CL-2728
the USA
5.86 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “Oh, What A Good Thing We Had” (7.7) • “It Ain’t Me Babe” (6.7) • “Long Legged Guitar Pickin’ Man” (6.5)
TJR saysBright and shiny without ever being cheesy - boyfriend and girlfriend in perfect harmony. 1 track repeats from the back ...more →

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SMILEY SMILE
The Beach Boys
Brother Records T-9001
the USA
5.85 “Average” Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “Good Vibrations” (8.4) • “Heroes And Villains” (7.5) • “Gettin’ Hungry” (6.9)
TJR saysWow. What a bummer after the glory of “Pet Sounds”. Yet rated as perfection by many critics. Do they realise that “Goo...more →

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ALICE’S RESTAURANT
Arlo Guthrie
Reprise Records RS-6267
the USA
5.83 “Average” Folk

Jukebox picks: “Alice's Restaurant Massacree [live '67]” (8.7) • “Chilling of the Evening” (6.2) • “Highway in the Wind” (6.0)
TJR saysHis debut album was released in September, 1967, just a few weeks before his Daddy died. Ol’ Woody got to hear a demo ve...more →

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SILK AND SOUL
Nina Simone
RCA Victor LSP-3837
the USA
5.80 “Average” Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Turning Point” (8.5) • “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free” (6.5) • “Cherish” (6.0)
TJR saysAfter having switched labels recently, Nina Simone wasn't hanging about - already she was onto her second LP for RCA in ...more →

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AFTER BATHING AT BAXTER’S
Jefferson Airplane
RCA Victor LSO-1511
the USA
5.76 “Average” Psychedelia; Rock

Jukebox picks: “Rejoyce” (8.0) • “Two Heads” (7.8) • “A Small Package Of Value Will Come To You, Shortly” (6.1)
TJR saysAs with their preceding LP, the set is dominated by two tracks from the Slick pen, the progressive “Rejoyce” twistin...more →

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5 BY 5
The Dave Clark Five
Epic LN-24236
England
5.70 “Average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Something I’ve Always Wanted” (8.7) • “Nineteen Days” (6.4) • “You Don’t Want My Loving” (6.3)
TJR saysThe American LP “5 By 5” (Epic LN 24236) opens with the album’s sole hit single - the rocky “Nineteen Days” (#48 in ...more →

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RECKLESS LOVE AFFAIR
Wanda Jackson
Capitol Records ST-2704
the USA
5.67 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “What Have We Done [duet version]” (7.9) • “The Box It Came In” (7.0) • “This Gun Don’t Care” (6.8)
TJR saysReleased in March 1967, “Reckless Love Affair” was a bit of a hit-and-miss affair, with all the best action coming in th...more →

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DON’T COME A-DRINKIN’ (WITH LOVIN’ ON YOUR MIND)
Loretta Lynn
Decca DL-74842
the USA
5.62 “Average” Country

Jukebox picks: “I'm Living In Two Worlds” (7.7) • “Saint To A Sinner” (7.0) • “I Really Don't Want To Know” (6.5)
TJR saysDon’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind)” had recently given Loretta her first Country #1 and this LP ...more →

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GROOVIN’
The Young Rascals
Atlantic SD-8148
the USA
5.54 “Average” Pop

Jukebox picks: “Sueño” (7.2) • “Find Somebody” (7.1) • “Groovin'” (6.8)
TJR saysThe third Young Rascals LP delivered good value for album buyers with eight of the eleven cuts featuring single sides fr...more →

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MR. FANTASY
Traffic
Island Records ILPS-9061
England
5.50 “Average” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Utterly Simple” (7.6) • “Giving To You” (6.2) • “Berkshire Poppies” (5.8)
TJR saysMy 22 track compile has the UK album (tracks 1-10) then the US version (11-22). The US would’ve scored slightly better (...more →

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VANILLA FUDGE
Vanilla Fudge
ATCO Records SD-33-224
the USA
5.39 “Below average” Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Ticket To Ride” (6.5) • “STRA (Illusions Of My Childhood - Part One) / You Keep Me Hangin’ On” (6.0) • “Eleanor Rigby / ELDS” (5.9)
TJR saysDebut album from the young New York rockers who lined up: Mark Stein (20, lead vocals, keyboards), Vince Martell (21, gu...more →

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HIGH PRIESTESS OF SOUL
Nina Simone
Philips PHM 200-219
the USA
5.37 “Below average” Soul

Jukebox picks: “He Ain’t Comin’ Home No More” (6.4) • “The Gal From Joe’s [1967 album version]” (6.3) • “I’m Going Back Home” (5.8)
TJR says2 of the 12 get a 1967 rework - “Work Song" from “Forbidden Fruit”, 1961 and “Gal From Joes” from “Sings Ellingt...more →

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CLEAR LIGHT
Clear Light
Elektra EKS-74011
the USA
5.35 “Below average” Rock; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Mr. Blue” (8.4) • “Night Sounds Loud” (6.2) • “Street Singer” (6.0)
TJR saysAn interesting, if not essential, psychedelic rock album from the double-drumming ensemble from Los Angeles, managed by ...more →

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JUST FOR YOU
Neil Diamond
Bang Records BLP-217
the USA
5.34 “Below average” Pop; Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon” (7.2) • “I’m A Believer” (6.3) • “Solitary Man” (6.2)
TJR saysDiamond’s second LP, released in September 1967, once again on Bang recordings (his final for the label) and once again ...more →

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REACH OUT
Four Tops
Motown M-660
the USA
5.20 “Below average” Soul; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Walk Away Renee” (7.3) • “Reach Out (I’ll Be There)” (6.0) • “Bernadette” (6.0)
TJR saysIssued in July 1967, and the final Four Tops LP to be produced by Motown’s main songwriting and production team, Holland...more →

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HEADQUARTERS
The Monkees
Colgems COS-103
the USA
5.19 “Below average” Pop; Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “You Just May Be The One” (8.0) • “Early Morning Blues And Greens” (7.1) • “Randy Scouse Git” (6.0)
TJR saysWhat with all that monkeying around, and the doubt as to whether they themselves were playing or not, it was difficult f...more →

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EVOLUTION
The Hollies
Parlophone PMC-7022
England
5.18 “Below average” Cerebral Pop; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Have You Ever Loved Somebody?” (7.4) • “You Need Love” (6.5) • “Heading For A Fall” (5.4)
TJR saysOnce again all composed by the egalitarian trio of Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Graham Nash, “Evolution” was an attempt ...more →

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DISRAELI GEARS
Cream
Reaction 593003
England
5.16 “Below average” Rock; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Dance The Night Away” (6.8) • “Blue Condition” (6.6) • “Sunshine Of Your Love” (5.8)
TJR saysA decent first half opens with the two big hits, “Strange Brew” and “Sunshine Of Your Love”, and improves again ...more →

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LITTLE GAMES
The Yardbirds
Epic LN-26313
England
5.16 “Below average” Rock

Jukebox picks: “Little Soldier Boy” (6.6) • “Glimpses” (6.0) • “White Summer” (5.4)
TJR saysThe fourth and final Yardbirds long player made the least impact on me; their rock jams often bore. Jeff Beck and Paul S...more →

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ERIC IS HERE
Eric Burdon and The Animals
MGM Records SE-4433
England
5.15 “Below average” Cerebral Pop; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Wait Till Next Year” (6.6) • “Mama Told Me Not To Come” (6.5) • “In The Night” (5.8)
TJR saysI’m Eric Burdon and tonight Matthew, I’m going to be… Tom Jones… "Eric Is Here" featured Burdon and drummer Barry Je...more →

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EVERYBODY KNOWS [UK]
The Dave Clark Five
Columbia 33SX 6207
England
5.13 “Below average” Pop; Pop Ballad

Jukebox picks: “You Got What It Takes” (7.3) • “Inside And Out” (6.9) • “Tabatha Twitchit” (6.8)
TJR saysA typically unsatisfactory DC5 hodge-podge release for the second class citizens of Britain (EMI Columbia – SX 6207), re...more →

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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD AGAIN
Buffalo Springfield
ATCO Records SD 33-226
the USA
5.13 “Below average” Folk Rock / Americana

Jukebox picks: “Broken Arrow” (7.3) • “Mr. Soul” (6.9) • “Expecting To Fly” (6.3)
TJR saysTheir second album is a much more eclectic set, touching on Soul, Rock, Jazz, Country and Folk within its 34 minutes. Th...more →

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DAVID BOWIE [1967]
David Bowie
Deram SML-1007
England
5.09 “Below average” Pop; Crooner / Cabaret

Jukebox picks: “Rubber Band” (7.0) • “Please Mr. Gravedigger” (6.7) • “Join The Gang” (6.5)
TJR saysReleased on 1st June 1967 - the same day as The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Both had an R n B bypass...more →

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ELECTRIC MUSIC FOR THE MIND AND BODY
Country Joe and The Fish
Vanguard VSD-79244
the USA
5.02 “Below average” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Section 43” (6.8) • “Happiness Is A Porpoise Mouth” (6.4) • “The Masked Marauder” (5.5)
TJR saysA highly rated psychedelic affair from the Californian five-piece, which pretty much did what it said on the tin. They l...more →

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LISTEN TO THE WARM
Rod McKuen
RCA Victor ‎LSP-3863
the USA
5.02 “Below average” Storytelling; Crooner / Cabaret

Jukebox picks: “Midnight Walk” (6.5) • “Round, Round, Round” (6.3) • “It’s Raining” (6.1)
TJR saysAn interesting album from the 34-year-old Californian, released in tandem with his book of poetry, also called “Listen T...more →

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MOBY GRAPE [1967]
Moby Grape
Columbia CS-9498
the USA
4.98 “Poor” Folk Rock / Americana; Rock

Jukebox picks: “Sitting By The Window” (7.0) • “Omaha” (6.7) • “Hey Grandma” (6.2)
TJR saysPatchy debut album from the San Franciscan 5-piece who line up: Peter Lewis (rhythm guitar, vocals), Jerry Miller (lead ...more →

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YOU’LL ALWAYS HAVE MY LOVE
Wanda Jackson
Capitol Records ST-2812
the USA
4.88 “Poor” Country

Jukebox picks: “My Days Are Darker Than Your Nights” (6.3) • “The Half That’s Mine” (6.1) • “I’m The Queen Of My Lonely Little World” (5.6)
TJR saysHer second A-list album of 1967; with a few exceptions it's suffering from the laws of diminishing returns....more →

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WILD HONEY
The Beach Boys
Capitol Records ST-2859
the USA
4.87 “Poor” Pop

Jukebox picks: “How She Boogalooed It” (6.1) • “Darlin’” (6.0) • “I’d Love Just Once To See You” (5.8)
TJR saysBeach Boys 1967 is now a whole new ball game. They’re now at the forefront of a new movement. A horrible movement. It wi...more →

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FRIDAY ON MY MIND
The Easybeats
United Artists Records ULP-1167
Australia
4.86 “Poor” Cerebral Pop

Jukebox picks: “Friday On My Mind” (7.1) • “River Deep, Mountain High” (5.9) • “Happy Is The Man” (5.1)
TJR saysIn a break with Easybeats tradition there are two covers on this one. The album opens with some serious ambition – tackl...more →

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BUTTERFLY
The Hollies
Parlophone PMC-7039
England
4.61 “Poor” Pop; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “Dear Eloise” (6.7) • “Step Inside” (5.3) • “Maker” (5.0)
TJR saysRegarded by some as more of a Graham Nash-led project, the second Hollies album of 1967 struggles to win my affection, t...more →

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I’M A LONESOME FUGITIVE
Merle Haggard and The Strangers
Capitol Records ST-2702
the USA
4.53 “Poor” Country

Jukebox picks: “Whatever Happened To Me” (5.6) • “The Fugitive” (5.5) • “House Of Memories” (5.4)
TJR saysBasking in the glory of his recent #1 country hit, “The Fugitive”, the album, titled “I'm A Lonesome Fugitive”, was ...more →

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EVERY MOTHER’S SON
Every Mother’s Son
MGM Records SE-4471
the USA
4.45 “Lame” Pop

Jukebox picks: “Come On Down To My Boat” (6.3) • “Allison Dozer” (5.9) • “I Believe In You” (5.0)
TJR saysStarts off well with a cover - “Come On Down To My Boat” (originally done as "Come And Take A Ride In My Boat" by Th...more →

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I WAS MADE TO LOVE HER
Stevie Wonder
Tamla TS-279
the USA
4.40 “Lame” Soul

Jukebox picks: “A Fool For You” (5.6) • “I Was Made To Love Her” (5.0) • “I Pity The Fool” (5.0)
TJR saysThe seventh A-list album already for the seventeen-year-old, quite incredible really. As always, I struggle to get much ...more →

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IT’S SMOKE TIME
The Smoke
Metronome MLP 15-279
England
4.35 “Lame” Blues Rock / Soul Rock; Pop; Psychedelia

Jukebox picks: “My Friend Jack” (6.8) • “High In A Room” (6.0) • “We Can Take It” (5.0)
TJR says“It's smoke time” eh? Wink wink. The one and only album from the York 4-piece housed a couple of decent psychedelic pop ...more →

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THE STORY OF SIMON SIMOPATH
Nirvana
Island Records ILPS-9059
England
4.25 “Lame” Pop; Songwriter

Jukebox picks: “Pentecost Hotel” (5.0) • “1999” (5.0) • “Satellite Jockey” (4.8)
TJR saysThe lightly psychedelic, lightly progressive debut from the ambitious Londoners doesn't grip me in the slightest. Wikipe...more →

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THE YOUNGBLOODS
The Youngbloods
RCA Victor LSP-3724
the USA
4.24 “Lame” Folk Rock / Americana; Blues Rock / Soul Rock

Jukebox picks: “Get Together” (5.7) • “Ain’t That Lovin’ You, Baby” (5.1) • “Tears Are Falling” (4.6)
TJR saysTasteful but boring debut album from the New York folk-rockers who lined up: Jesse Colin Young (bass, lead vocals, rhyth...more →

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MADE IN GERMANY
Wanda Jackson
Capitol Records SMK-74 383
the USA
4.05 “Lame” Country; Pop; Crooner / Cabaret

Jukebox picks: “Der Mond Ist Der Freund Der Verliebten” (8.3) • “Santo Domingo [german version]” (5.6) • “Komm Heim, Mein Wandersmann” (5.4)
TJR saysIn early 1965, Jackson was invited by the German distribution partner of Capitol Records, Electrola, to record in German...more →

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BEACH SAMBA
Astrud Gilberto
Verve Records V6-8708
Brazil
4.01 “Lame” Crooner / Cabaret; Jazz; Pop

Jukebox picks: “Stay” (6.4) • “Canoeiro” (6.3) • “A Banda (Parade)” (5.6)
TJR saysA generally lightweight offering from the Ipanema girl, but it has it's moments, with the moody groover “Stay” and t...more →

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EVERY MOTHER’S SON’S BACK
Every Mother’s Son
MGM Records SE-4504
the USA
3.97 “Terrible” Cerebral Pop; Pop

Jukebox picks: “I’d Rather Be Right Than Wrong” (5.3) • “I May Be Right” (4.7) • “Only Child” (4.6)
TJR says10 originals and 1 cover on this set, as the group trace their recent roots by tackling “I May Be Right” a folk-rock...more →

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DOUBLE TROUBLE
Elvis Presley
RCA Victor LPM-3787
the USA
3.96 “Terrible” Blues / Rhythm n Blues; Pop

Jukebox picks: “City By Night” (6.4) • “Blue River” (5.2) • “There Is So Much World To See” (5.0)
TJR saysReleased on the same day as Sgt.Peppers - a bit of a mis-match it has to be said. I like “City By Night”, a snazzy j...more →

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OUT OF DIFFERENT BAGS
Marlena Shaw
Cadet Records LPS-803
the USA
3.78 “Terrible” Jazz

Jukebox picks: “Nothing But Tears” (5.5) • “Ahmad’s Blues” (5.1) • “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” (4.5)
TJR saysDebut album from the 24-year-old New Yorker, recently spotted playing the Chicago Jazz clubs by Chess Records A&R men, t...more →

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NEW IMAGE
Jackie DeShannon
Imperial LP-9344
the USA
3.71 “Terrible” Pop; Jazz; Pop Ballad

Jukebox picks: “That’s The Name Of The Game” (5.0) • “A Proper Girl” (4.5) • “Where Does The Sun Go?” (4.4)
TJR saysCheesy set from the Kentucky singer-songstress, although she only sings 2 of her own on this one (which, incidentally, a...more →

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THE COWSILLS
The Cowsills
MGM Records ‎SE-4498
the USA
3.41 “Terrible” Pop

Jukebox picks: “How Can I Make You See” (4.8) • “The Rain, The Park And Other Things” (4.6) • “(Come Round Here) I’m The One You Need” (4.5)
TJR saysA tame set of proto Partridge Family bubblegum/folk pop from the family band outta Newport, Rhode Island. Some neat harm...more →

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SOUL ARTISTRY
Jerry Butler
Mercury SR-61105
the USA
3.26 “Terrible” Pop; Pop Ballad

Jukebox picks: “Good Good Lovin’” (4.4) • “You Don’t Know What You Got Until You Lose It” (4.0) • “Some Kind Of Magic” (3.7)
TJR saysOr, as I like to call it, "The Soul Artistry Of Jerry Butler As Designed For The Burgeoning Bourgeoisie". Or how about "...more →

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FRANCIS ALBERT SINATRA AND ANTONIO CARLOS JOBIM
Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim
Reprise Records F-1021
the USA
2.85 “Dire” Crooner / Cabaret

Jukebox picks: “The Girl From Ipanema” (4.9) • “How Insensitive (Insensatez)” (4.1) • “Baubles, Bangles And Beads” (3.3)
TJR saysReleased in March, 1967. 2 tracks get a reworking - “I Concentrate On You” (Songs By Sinatra, 1947) and “Baubles...more →

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