Mrs. Miller - Up, Up and Away
Strawberry Children - Love Years Coming
The 5th Dimension - Pattern People
Brooklyn Bridge - Worst That Could Happen
The Lemonheads - Galveston
Frank Sinatra - By the Time I Get to Phoenix
Glen Campbell - The Moon's a Harsh Mistress
Richard Harris - If You Must Leave My Life
Art Garfunkel - All I Know
Scott Walker - If Ships Were Made to Sail
Danny Day - This Time Last Summer
Junior Walker & The All Stars - Honey Come Back
The Supremes - Where Can Brown Begin
The Four Tops - Do What You Gotta Do
Eddie Kendricks - Didn't We?
Scud Mountain Boys - Where's the Playground, Susie?
Joe Cocker - It's a Sin When You Love Somebody
Jennifer Warnes - P.F. Sloan
Reg Presley - Wichita Lineman
Long John Baldry - MacArthur Park
Tokyo -- Screaming mobs of Japanese radical students invaded parliament’s grounds and engaged in a bloody free-for-all with police using fire hoses and clubs, June 15. Shouting against pro-American Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi and hurling chunks of pavement at some 1,000 police, hundreds of students surged into the grounds through the south gate after tearing down the heavy gates and setting fire to a police truck blocking their way. More than 300 were reported injured and two dead, one confirmed, in worst flare-up of violence since Japan’s left wing launched a massive campaign against the prime minister and the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty. Rioting leftists Zengakuren and police betting in front of the south gate of the Diet Building (1960).