[OutVoice] QMH for April 2011: Straight Artists, Queer Songs – The 1960’s

jddoyle1 jddoyle1 at aol.com
Sun Apr 3 14:55:22 EDT 2011

QMH for April 2011: Straight Artists, Queer Songs – The 1960’s
This month I'm playing for you songs with gay or lesbian references from the last decade before Stonewall, and every letter of GLBT is covered. It's a look at how we were portrayed in song by those sometimes homophobic, sometimes accepting heterosexual musicians.
Beatles – Boys (1963) 
Brenda Lee – My Baby Likes Western Guys (1960) 
Hermione Baddeley – I Changed My Sex (1961)  
Casey Anderson – Sweet Sydney (1962) 
Barbara Lynn - Dina & Patrina (1962) 
Tornados - Do You Come Here Often (1966) 
Jonathan King – He Stood In The Bath & Stamped On The Floor (2007) 
The Honeycombs – Have I The Right? (1965) 
The Herd – Something Strange (1968) 
The Who – I’m a Boy (1966) 
Rolling Stones – I’d Much Rather Be With The Boys (1965) 
Silkie - You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away (1965) 
Beatles – Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (1968)  
Beatles – Polythene Pam (1968)
Beatles – Get Back (1969)
Donovan – To Try For The Sun (1965) 
Tages – She Is A Man (1967) 
Barbarians – Are You A Boy or Are You a Girl? (1965) 
Teddy & Darrel – Strangers in the Night (1966) 
Burt Topper – The Gay Teenager (1967) 
The Byrds – Triad (1967) 
United States of America – The American Way of Love (1968)
Improved Sound Ltd – Leave This Lesbian World (1969) 
Harpers Bizarre – I Love You Alice B. Toklas (1968) 
Pleasure – Born a Girl (1968)
Monty Python – The Lumberjack Song (1969) 
You can stream or download the show anytime, at 
Thanks for listening, 
JD Doyle 
All segments of both shows are archived.
That’s 11.25 years of very gay music.

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