“Hello Goodbye” by The Beatles (1967)

“Hello Goodbye” isn’t one of the Beatles’ more ambitious efforts. It’s a McCartney song about opposites. I mean, if Sesame Street existed back in 1967, it’s not a stretch to think that the Children’s Television Workshop writers could’ve cooked up a similar song. However, its got that tunefulness that’s inherent in just about every Beatles… Read More “Hello Goodbye” by The Beatles (1967)

“A Day In The Life” (The Beatles, 1967) | “Day Tripper” (The Beatles, 1965)

“Day Tripper” is one of those songs that proves how great The Beatles were at making pop singles. Great lyrics, catchy as hell, and that guitar riff is one for the ages. Off the top of my head, I can think of at least three other songs that have repurposed that riff. (”Boogie Fever” by… Read More “A Day In The Life” (The Beatles, 1967) | “Day Tripper” (The Beatles, 1965)

“Dance To The Music” by Sly & The Family Stone (1967)

At this point, I’m fairly positive that every song I write about that contains the word “dance” in the title will be an upbeat, positive song. There are very few songs more upbeat and positive than Sly & The Family Stone’s “Dance To The Music”, and there are very few bands who represented positivity more than Sly… Read More “Dance To The Music” by Sly & The Family Stone (1967)