OK. I'm getting old. The following songs take me back to 1967:
Hello Goodbye by The Beatles:
NY Mining Disaster 1941 by The Bee Gees:
It was the 3rd single of the year for The Beatles. The other two were "All you need is love" and "Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever".
"NY Mining Disaster" introduced The Bee Gees to the US and the world. It was one of 4 hits that the Brothers Gibb had in '67. The other three were "To love somebody", "Holiday" and "Massachusetts".
"Ruby Tuesday" by The Rolling Stones was from "Between the Buttons", a great LP with a great cover. The B-side was "Let's spend the night together" which did not get air play on Top 40 radio.
Anyway, there you have it.
1967 was a great year for pop music!
The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Cambridge Music Handbooks... https://t.co/7aceHuwrUA via @amazon— Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) November 25, 2016