Am I That Easy To Forget? – Engelbert Humperdinck

The British Invasion: Early 1968

Episode 20

Episode date - January 14, 2011

How Music Changed

    I suppose it could easily be argued that the British Invasion was essentially over by 1968. With this show, we will attempt to prove the opposite.

    While it is true that the British styles had more or less morphed into the American scene at this time, there were still plenty of hit singles with a decidedly English flavor that made them unique from standard American fare. Here is a list of tracks featured in the show, all from early 1968;

    1) She’s a Rainbow- The Rolling Stones

    2) Baby Now That I’ve Found You – The Foundations

    3) Am I That Easy To Forget? – Engelbert Humperdinck

    4) Words – The Bee Gees

    5) Lady Madonna – The Beatles

    6) Hush – Deep Purple

    7) The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo) – Manfred Mann

    8) Kiss Me Goodbye – Petula Clark

    9) Jennifer Juniper – Donovan

    10) Love Is All Around – The Troggs

    11) Call Me Lightning – The Who

    12) Jennifer Eccles – The Hollies

    Channel 139 - The British Invasion