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One of the better Billboard Top Pop Hits collections, 1967 is nearly as scattered as some of the other volumes of the series but features so many classic songs that it still holds together as an album. Ranging from the mellow hippie pop of 's "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" and ' "Dedicated to the One I Love" to vibrant soul and rock of 's "Sweet Soul Music" and ' "Sock It to Me, Baby!," the album reflects the Summer of Love as well as the more urgent sounds of the Motor City and Southern soul. ' "A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You," 's "Never My Love," and Lulu's "To Sir With Love" add a bit of pure pop to the collection, while 's "Ode to Billie Joe" contributes a touch of earthiness. A surprisingly consistent collection, reaffirms how strong a year it was for all kinds of music.

One of the better volumes in the Billboard Top Pop Hits series, 1964 features a winning mix of surf and drag singles like ' "Fun, Fun, Fun," Ronnie & the Daytonas' "G.T.O.," the Rip Chords' "Hey Little Cobra," and 's "Surfin' Bird," as well as ' classic "Come See About Me." The Murmaids' dreamy "Popsicles & Icicles" and 's plea for empowerment "You Don't Own Me" reflect the continuing presence of girl groups at the top of the charts, while 's "There! I've Said It Again" and 's "Hello, Dolly!" are two of the year's more traditional pop singles. Though it's still a scattered compilation, includes enough classic and near-classic singles to make it worthwhile.

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    One of the better volumes in the Billboard Top Pop Hits series, 1964 features a winning mix of surf and drag singles like ' "Fun, Fun, Fun," Ronnie & the Daytonas' "G.T.O.," the Rip Chords' "Hey Little Cobra," and 's "Surfin' Bird," as well as ' classic "Come See About Me." The Murmaids' dreamy "Popsicles & Icicles" and 's plea for empowerment "You Don't Own Me" reflect the continuing presence of girl groups at the top of the charts, while 's "There! I've Said It Again" and 's "Hello, Dolly!" are two of the year's more traditional pop singles. Though it's still a scattered compilation, includes enough classic and near-classic singles to make it worthwhile.