28 June 2020

Pacing. The Shire.
For Marsha P. Johnson – Bryce Dressner
I Turned You On – The Isley Brothers
Everybody’s Talkin’ – Harry Nilsson
You’ve Made Me So Very Happy – Brenda Holloway
One – Three Dog Night
Put a Little Love in Your Heart – Jackie DeShannon
Black Pearl – Sonny Charles & The Checkmates, Ltd.
Destination: Anywhere – The Marvelettes
Only the Strong Survive – Jerry Butler
Nothing But a Heartache – The Flirtations
Good Lovin’ Ain’t Easy to Come By – Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
In the Ghetto – Elvis Presley
The Nitty Gritty – Gladys Knight & The Pips
Oh Happy Day – The Edwin Hawkins Singers
My Cherie Amour – Stevie Wonder
You Came, You Saw, You Conquered
I Want to Take You Higher – Sly & The Family Stone
Good Morning Starshine – Oliver
No Matter What Sign You Are – Diana Ross & The Supremes
Build Me up Buttercup – The Foundations
This Is My Life – Shirley Bassey

With one exception, these songs are among the “Top 40” songs on the jukebox in the Stonewall Inn during June, 1969 as reported by the Stonewall Veterans Rebellion Association

 

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