Television still shows the popular music and television group the Monkees dressed as 'mad scientists,' complete with bubbling beakers, lab coats, and glasses, early 1970s. From left, Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Mickey Dolenz, and Michael Nesmith. (Photo by NBC Television/Courtesy of Getty Images)

Class of 1967, the year you graduated:

“To Sur With Love” by LuLu was the number on song of the year.

You went to the movies to see “The Jungle Book”, “The Graduate” and “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”.

The first successful heart transplant was performed in South Africa.

A half gallon of Tropicana Orange Juice was 49 cents.

Bobby Orr scored 13 goals and had 28 assists and was named NHL “Rookie of the year” for the Boston Bruins!

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Billboard’s Top 10 Hits

1. “To Sir With Love” – LuLu

2. “The Letter” – The Box Tops”

3. “Ode to Billie Joe” – Bobbie Gentry

4. “Windy” – The Association

5. “I’m a Believer” – The Monkees

6. “Light My Fire” – The Doors

The Doors - Light My Fire - 1967

Live at "The Jonathan Winters Show" 1967

7. “Somethin’ Stupid” – Frank and Nancy Sinatra

8. “Happy Together” – The Turtles

9. “Groovin'” – The Young Rascals

The Young Rascals - Groovin' (1967)

The Young Rascals massive hit from 1967 - Groovin'

10. “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You” – Frankie Valli

Frankie Valli Can't Take My Eyes Off You

Hi! Please visit our website, Rock The Jukebox: You're just too good to be true. Can't take my eyes off you. You'd be like Heaven to touch. I wanna hold you so much. At long last love has arrived And I thank God I'm alive. You're just too good to be true.


Class of 1968, the year you graduated:

“Hey Jude” by the Beatles was the number one song in America, according to Billboard Magazine.

You went to the movies to see “Funny Girl”, “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “The Love Bug”.

Minimum Wage was $1.60 per hour.

Lava Lamps were invented.

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The cost of a “Big Mac” at McDonald’s was 49 cents!

Billboard’s Top 10 Hits

1.”Hey Jude” – The Beatles

2. “Love is Blue” – Paul Mauriat

3. “Honey” – Bobby Goldsboro

4. “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” – Otis Reading

5. “People Got To Be Free” – The Rascals

6. “Sunshine of Your Love” – Cream

7. “This Guy’s in Love With You” – Herb Alpert

8. “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” – Hugo Montenegro

9. “Mrs. Robinson” – Simon and Garfunkel

10. “Tighten Up” – Archie Bell and the Drells

Class of 1969, the year you graduated:

“Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In” by “The 5th Dimension” was the number one song on your radio!

At your local movie theater, the top movies of the year were “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’, “Midnight Cowboy” and “Valley of The Dolls”.

A can of Campbell’s Soup was 10 cents

The “Big Wheel” was introduced.

Neil Armstrong walked on the moon!

(Photo by NASA/Newsmakers)

Billboard’s Top 10 Hits

  1. “Sugar, Sugar” – The Archies

The Archies - Sugar, Sugar (Original 1969 Music Video)

"Sugar, Sugar" is one of 16 animated music segments created to be shown on "The Archie Comedy Hour" on CBS-TV in 1969, and the song is included on The Archies' 2nd album, "Everything's Archie," also released in 1969.

2. “Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In” – The 5th Dimension

The Fifth Dimension - Aquarius - Let The Sunshine In - Bubblerock Promo

I Need All You People To Do Me A Favor !!! Sing A Long To This Great Bubblerock Promo I Did. It's The Fifth Dimensions' - Aquarius - Let The Sunshine In !!! Let's Bring In Gods' Love For The Coming Golden Age !!! Everybody Sing !!! You Got To Feel It !!!

3. “I Can’t Get Next To You” – The Temptations

4. “Honky Tonk Women” – The Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones "Honky Tonk Women" 1969 (Reelin' In The Years Archives)

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5. “Everyday People” – Sly and the Family Stone

6. “Dizzy” – Tommy Roe

7. “Hot Fun in the Summertime” – Sly and the Family Stone

8. “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again” – Tom Jones

TOM JONES - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (1967)

Tom Jones - I'll Never Fall In Love Again (1967)

9. “Build Me Up Buttercup” – The Foundations

10. “Crimson and Clover” – Tommy James and the Shondells