Wednesday, July 3, 2013

TOP HITS OF 1967


TOP HITS OF 1967 





Published on Mar 15, 2012
I'VE MADE PLAYLISTS FOR OTHER YEARS IN THE 60'S CHECK OUT MY CHANNEL. THESE VIDEOS SHOWCASE THE MUSIC THAT WAS AT THE TOP OF THE MUSIC CHARTS DURING 1967. THIS VIDEO FEATURES LULU, VAN MORRISON, THE BEATLES, THE MAMAS AND PAPAS, THE RASCALS, THE STONES, THE SUPREMES, PETER PAUL & MARY, PETULA CLARK, MARVIN GAYE, BOBBIE GENTRY, GLEN CAMPBELL, 5TH DIMENSION AND ARETHA FRANKLIN.
AS REQUESTED BY BLACKCATBONEE FOR A PLAYLIST:

TO SIR WITH LOVE - LULU
BROWN EYED GIRL - VAN MORRISON
SGT PEPPERS LONELY HEART CLUB BAND - THE BEATLES
WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS - THE BEATLES
LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS - THE BEATLES
WHEN I'M 64 - THE BEATLES
DAY IN THE LIFE - THE BEATLES
PENNY LANE - THE BEATLES
STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER - THE BEATLES
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE - THE BEATLES
HELLO GOODBYE - THE BEATLES
DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE- MAMAS AND PAPAS
CREQUE ALLEY - MAMAS AND PAPAS
GROOVIN' - THE RASCALS
HOW CAN I BE SURE - THE RASCALS
LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER - THE ROLLING STONES
LOVE IS HERE - DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
THE HAPPENING - DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE - DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
I DIG ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC - PETER PAUL AND MARY
THIS IS MY SONG - PETULA CLARK
DON'T SLEEP IN THE SUBWAY - PETULA CLARK
CAT IN THE WINDOW - PETULA CLARK
THE OTHER MAN'S GRASS - PETULA CLARK
YOUR PRECIOUS LOVE - MARVIN GAYE & TAMMI TERRELL
ODE TO BILLIE JOE - BOBBI GENTRY
BURNING BRIDGES - GLEN CAMPBELL
GENTLE ON MY MIND - GLEN CAMPBELL
BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX - GLEN CAMPBELL
UP UP AND AWAY - 5TH DIMENSION
I NEVER LOVED A MAN - ARETHA FRANKLIN
RESPECT - ARETHA FRANKLIN
BABY I LOVE YOU - ARETHA FRANKLIN
YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE A NATURAL WOMAN - ARETHA FRANKLIN
CHAIN OF FOOLS - ARETHA FRANKLIN


TOP HITS OF 1967 part 2 



Published on Mar 26, 2012
I'VE MADE PLAYLISTS OF OTHER YEARS IN THE 60'S CHECK OUT MY CHANNEL. THIS VIDEO SERIES PROVIDES AN EXTENSIVE PLAYLIST OF THE HITS AT THE TOP OF THE BILLBOARD CHARTS IN 1967. THIS VIDEO INCLUDES THE BEE GEES, THE DOORS, DONOVAN, THE ASSOCIATION, HERMAN'S HERMITS, SAM & DAVE, SPENCER DAVIS, THE SEEKERS, LOVIN' SPOONFUL, TOM JONES, THE TURTLES, FRANKIE VALLI, NEIL DIAMOND, ENGELBERT, FRANK SINATRA, NANCY SINATRA & LEE HAZELWOOD, JOHNNY RIVERS, SMOKEY ROBINSON AND THE BOXTOPS

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Raise Your Hand for Public Education

Empowering Educators to Lead


On July 2 the National Education Association launched Raise Your Hand, a new campaign to help educators across the nation become the leaders in a national movement for public education.
Did you miss the kickoff event? Watch the video from the livestream below and follow the conversation on Twitter using #RYH4ED.



Listen & Download: DJ Spinderella's Raise Your Hand Mix

DJ Spinderella's Raise Your Hand Mix by neatoday


Agenda

Pre-opening Music Presentation – DJ Spinderella
Moderator: Bill Raabe, Sr. Director, Center for Great Public Schools (NEA)
Opening Remarks – NEA President Dennis Van Roekel
Collaboration to Lead the Profession
Speaker: Dr. Jerry D. Weast, Former Superintendent of Schools, Montgomery County, MD
Affiliate Engagement: ISTA ESP’s Leading the Profession with School Safety – Donna Nielsen, La Porte Community School Bus Driver, Driver Trainer Team Leader, Safety Team Lead and NEA Board of Director ESP at Large
Audience Participation
Assessment, Common Core and the Future of Education
Speaker: Linda Darling-Hammond, Professor of Education at the Stanford University School of Education
Affiliate Engagement: Empowering Educators to Lead - Jonathan Knapp, President Seattle Education Association
Audience Participation
Leading by Reaching Out to the Community
Speaker: Dr. Valerie Kinloch, Professor of Literacy Studies, Ohio State University
Affiliate Engagement: Bringing Learning to Life - Rhonda Johnson, President Columbus Education Association and Tori Washington, Service-Learning Teacher, Beechcroft High School, Columbus, OH and Beechcroft H.S. students Rendell Buckhalter, Taryn Lewis-Smith, Chelsey Rodgers, & Christian Scase
Audience Participation
Closing Remarks – NEA Secretary-Treasurer Rebecca Pringle

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