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TOP OF THE POPS - VOL. 1 - 1967-71

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Top Of The Pops was a British pop music TV programme that highlighted the week's top 20 hit songs (by 1970 the top 30) on Thursday evenings. In the early days is was policy to delete old programmes, consequently the vast majority of the episodes prior to 1976 have been lost.

TOP OF THE POPS DECEMBER 26, 1967
U.K. TV. Dec-26-67. Presented by Jimmy Savile. The Bee Gees: "Massachusetts." The Monkees: "I'm a Believer." The Rolling Stones: "Let's Spend the Night Together." Long John Baldry: "Let the Heartaches Begin." Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich: "Zabadak." Lulu: "Love to Love." Scott McKenzie: "San Francisco." The Supremes: "Reflections" (dancers). Procol Harum: "Whiter Shade of Pale." Cliff Richard: "All My Love." The Beatles: "All You Need is Love." Engelbert Humperdinck: "The Last Waltz."

TOP OF THE POPS FEBRUARY 15, 1968
U.K. TV. Feb-15-68. Presented by Jimmy Savile with Dave Cash. The Foundations: "Back On My Feet Again." Status Quo: "Pictures Of Matchstick Men." The Alan Price Set: "Don't Stop The Carnival." Brenton Wood: "Gimme A Little Sign." The Move: "Fire Brigade." Herman's Hermits: "I Can Take Or Leave Your Loving." Amen Corner: "Bend Me Shape Me." Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Titch: "The Legend of Xanadu." Manfred Mann: "The Mighty Quinn."

TOP OF THE POPS APRIL 29, 1971
U.K. TV. Apr-29-71. Presented by Tony Blackburn. The Faces: "Richmond" and "Bad 'n' Ruin." R. Dean Taylor: " Indiana Wants Me." The Mixtures: "Henry Ford." Jackson 5: "Mama's Pearl" (Pan's People). Ringo Starr: "It Don't Come Easy" (Promo). Lulu: "Everybody Clap." Sakkarin: "Sugar Sugar." Dave & Ansil Collins: "Double Barrel." East Of Eden: "Jig-A-Jig."


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