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Only 14 records made it to No.1 this year...and none of them simply bounced into No.1 for a week, then bounced out, never to be seen again...


The Beatles spent 10 weeks at the top spot this year, 7 weeks with "Hello Goodbye" and 3 weeks with the long-lasting "All you need is love".


6 weeks at number one was an achievement managed by both Procol Harums: "A Whiter shade of pale", and Englebert Humperdink (they dont write names like they used to do - lucky that) singing "Release me". Mr Humperdink also spent a further 5 weeks at the no.1 spot this year with "The Last Waltz"... (yes, that means he was no.1 this year, for a week longer (combined) than even The Beatles... yet many have never heard of him.


The Monkees (I'm a believer), Scott McKenzie (San Francisco) and The Bee Gees (Didn't pay their electric bill) all managed 4 weeks at the coveted No.1 spot.


But which of the tracks poll'ed above, would you rate as The Best No.1 of 1967?



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Engelbert Humperdink: Release Me


Not because of Peter Kay either! http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/smile.gif



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Procol Harum coz it was number one when I was born http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/139.gif , but in reality I'd have to say Monkees

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