TOP 10 SONGS OF 1967

Albums from 1967
THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN BY MICHAEL GALLUCCI AND PUBLISHED BY ULTIMATE CLASSIC ROCK ON DECEMBER 17, 2012.

Nineteen-sixty-seven wasn't just a great year for albums — 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,' 'Are You Experienced,' 'The Doors' … oh my! — it was also a terrific 12 months for singles. Many of the tracks on our list of the Top 10 Songs of 1967 can also be found on some of our favorite albums from that year, but a handful of them were released as stand-alone singles, because that's the way they did things in the '60s. Either way, they remain some of the greatest songs ever recorded — classics that still sound significant 45 years later. So strap in and join us on this trip down memory lane as we count down the Top 10 Songs of 1967.

10 ‘I Can See for Miles'
The Who
From: 'The Who Sell Out' (1967)

The Who's third album, 'The Who Sell Out,' was a concept record designed around a fictional radio station. It's filled with commercials, song fragments and a sense of free-form whimsy the band would rarely visit again. 'I Can See for Miles' was the album's only single and one of the few to feature a traditional song structure. The band would hit their creative peak within the next few years, but 'I Can See for Miles' remains their only Top 10 song in the U.S.

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