A rip from the Billboard pages. THE BILLBOARD TOP LP’S chart March 18, 1967 (click on image 2x for largest detailed view) Q: What second album still holds the longest weeks in the Billboard Top LP’s, this week, in 1967?
THIS WEEK’S TOP LP’s. 50 YEARS AGO
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This week in 1967, and still after an astounding 97 weeks on the LP chart, Herb Alpert’s album holds the number 11 spot (for the second week) on Billboard, week-ending March 18. The album, “Whipped Cream And Other Delights,” debuted on the Billboard Top LP chart at number 113, May 15, 1965.