March on Washington: What They Listened To

Here are the tunes that flooded the airwaves and dance floors in the summer of 1963.

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'Easier Said Than Done'

The Essex (GAB Archive/Redferns)

The Essex's only female member, Anita Humes, took the lead on this hit, singing about how acting on love can be difficult. 

'So Much in Love'

The Tymes (Echoes/Redferns)

The Tymes' syrupy tune about being in love.

'Fingertips, Part 2'

Stevie Wonder (James Kriegsmann/Getty Images)

Motown Record's youngest act at the time, Little Stevie Wonder, performed this crowd pleaser with his famed harmonica in tow. 

'He's So Fine'

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