We don't usually do Top 40 here at the Music Club, but....
Nights At The Roundtable with Bay Area quasi-legends The Mojo Men and their hit single from 1967, Sit Down, I Think I Love You.
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles with Radio Free Oz, featuring The Firesign Theater - RIP, Peter Bergman - Broadcast over KRLA -Jan. 14, 1968.
Nights at the Roundtable with Folk/Husband-and-wife/duo Jim & Jean and their brief foray into the world of Pop and a track that reached 94 on the charts, People World released in 1968.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Brass Ring and the hit instrumental that started life as a cigarette commerical. The Brass Ring with The Dis-Advantages Of You" from 1967.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Brothers and the first of their 3 singles released by legendary/obscure Los Angeles based 60's label White Whale Records - Today Is Today from 1967.
Nights at the Roundtable with another entry in the top-40 era of Pop Music - Quasi-Folk/Rock - Sunshine Pop/Psychedelic, Middle Of The Road - identity crisis laden group The Sandpipers with their nod to Sunshine Psychedelia, Glass from 1967.
Nights at the Roundtable with Raymond Lefevre and a song that worked it's way into the subconscious of just about everyone who heard it in 1968, Soul Coaxing.
Nights at the Roundtable with a nod to 60's Pop tonight by way of Petula Clark.