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In honor of the beloved Mad Men, this week is all about 1967. Because that’s when the current season of the show is set. Probably. That show’s not really that explicit about anything. But what is explicit is this podcast, because the groovy conversation is all about the most awesome albums of 1967. It’s a little bit trippy, a little bit psychedelic, a lot a bit fun.

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10. The Moody Blues – Days of Future Passed
9. The Kinks – Something Else By The Kinks
8. The Who – The Who Sell Out
7. Moby Grape – Moby Grape
6. Cream – Disraeli Gears
5. The Doors – The Doors
4. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced
3. Love – Forever Changes
2. The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground and Nico
1. The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

  1. Nice list! I came of age in 1967 (which in those days meant getting your license) (to drive) (not, to kill) (one could argue that point). Anyway, some of these are some of my favorites too. I’d add Jefferson Airplane: Surrealistic Pillow (White Rabbit and Somebody To Love were huge hits). But then, album rock was on the ascendant (?) in 1967, but Top 40 still very much ruled the AM airwaves. So, much of my favorite music of that year was in top 40 singles format. I personally really discovered some of these albums only later… Where I grew up (Kansas), album oriented “underground” FM radio stations didn’t exist until a little later, in 1968. Hey, Sean, I’m glad you are a Moody Blues fan. Besides the “antics” of the drummer at the show in Portland, I was actually very pleasantly surprised at how good Hayward and Lodge still were (are). Justin Hayward’s voice could still create the old sound, and both of them could still play a mean guitar. I think they’re still touring…

  2. I can’t believe we forgot Pink Floyd’s The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, I love that album.

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