Sealed. Double CD.
Jon Savage follows up last year's 1966 set with a similarly packaged anthology of hits and rarities from 1967. There is no accompanying book this time - so you'll have to buy this to read all about it in his sleeve notes. Now typified as the year of flower power, 1967 was the year the '60s divided. During those 12 months, the revenues from LP sales in Britain finally overtook those from 45s. It's also the year when the British singles charts suddenly revealed a vacuum that, in March 1967, was filled by a Top 10 that included Englebert Humperdinck, Petula Clark, Harry Secombe, Vince Hill, the Seekers and other mums and dads records that you will not be hearing on this compilation.