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1967: Day One

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At the end of this week, June 1st... it will be 45 years since the release of Sgt Pepper.

So lead up to that, all this week on the show I'll be playing songs from 1967.

1967 is an interesting year, as it marks the beginning of careers of people like Leonard Cohen, who starts off the show. We also hear what The Everly Brothers were up to in the changing times of pop music, and a guy who's still making music and recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Donovan.

And some soul courtesy an obscure b-side from Stevie Wonder, and northern soul pop sound of The Foundations.

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