[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
http://www.queermusicheritage.com/apr2011.html
 
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 
http://www.queermusicheritage.com/apr2011.html 
 
Thanks for listening, 
JD Doyle 
 
http://www.OutRadio.com
http://www.QueerMusicHeritage.com 
 
All segments of both shows are archived.
That’s 11.25 years of very gay music.


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