Fourteen years ago, remember?
'Yeh, yeh'; Jean Shrimpton; Mary Quant; 'Satisfaction'; 'Concrete and Clay'; Cathy McGowan; P.J. Proby's trousers; 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling'; 'Go Now'; Up the Junction; 'Sir' Stanley Matthews; Goldie the Eagle; Gemini VI and VII; the Beatles, MBE; Help.
It can't be 14 years ago! But it is - 1965, and today's Golden Hour.
The programme also includes Past, Present and Future, Our Tune
First to Last: the Fleetwood Mac Hit File continues this week.
To the British record-buying public, the name Fleetwood Mac may conjure up two distinct sounds. In its earliest manifestation, led by the gifted Peter Green, the group was in the forefront of the British blues boom of the late 60s, topping the charts with such numbers as 'Albatross'. Nowadays, after many personnel changes and a period of limited success, Fleetwood Mac is known as an essentially 'American' band largely due to the influence of singer Stevie Nicks and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. With its mellifluous sound, the group once again holds a significant place in the rock world. Producer RON BELCHIER
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