Top Fifteen Flower Power

This rather odd LP on "Fontana" label remains very rare even in Holland where it was initially released.  Not a bad concept except that there are no liner notes on actual arrangers/performers or producers of this unique looking and sounding recording.   The title tune "The last waltz" is anything but a "flower power" yet it mixes nicely with the rest of the selections.  All of the music on this LP can be found on Dutch CD release "Top of the pops" except "Zabadak".  The CD is also very hard to come buy and even though it contains a total of  25 tunes including a pretty decent cover of  Bee Gees' "Massachusetts" it does not offer anything spectacular  compared to LP.  In any case, it would be a nice addition to ever growing list of oddities from the 60s and 70s.  

01. The Last Waltz (3:12)
02. Let's Go To San Francisco (3:46)
03. Creeque Alley (4:02)
04. Flowers In The Rain (2:16)
05. Even The Bad Times Are Good (2:48)
06. Time Seller (Spencer Davis Group) (2:52)
07. Pleasant Valley Sunday (3:10)
08. Death Of A Clown (2:59)
09. Zabadak (3:47)
10. Itchycoo Park (2:36)
11. The House That Jack Built (3:09)
12. The Letter (1:59)
13. Jackson (2:49)
14. Good Times (3:07)
15. There Is A Mountain (2:30)

The Last Waltz 
Let's Go To San Francisco


  1. A very very interesting cover design with beautiful selections thank you

  2. Thanx. The LP is a real novelty, however there are no notes or description on arrangers/musicians. The rendition of "Let's go to San Francisco" is so good, I'd say it's better than the original.