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I am always interested in older ways and older things that you cant find, also love to show things to my 3 grand daughters.

Added: February 19, 2019
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Thanks Neal for doing another great spin. And for all the info about the records and the artists. Really appreciate that. And also thank you Carl for the line up of all this great music. Here it is, 60 years today that "the music died". And we are all listening to the music still. Clear Lake, Iowa is only 180 miles from Dubuque and February 3rd is a really big deal out there. I was only 12 when that all happened, but I still remember it vividly. I believe that the group played Melody Mill here in Dubuque either just before or they were to play sometime after Surfside Ballroom in Clear Lake. Neal, I know that you and Linda are basking in the Florida sun this month and that you already have gotten the program ready to go for March. Hey, I can hardly wait for March and some more great "Rock n Roll"!

Added: February 3, 2019
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Great music. I'm a child of the 60's, grew from 13 to Vietnam during the decade. Welcome home Vietnam brothers.

Admin reply: Thank you for sharing and for stopping by Bruce.

Carl


Added: January 29, 2019
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Wasn't born even remotely close to the 60's, but I have a latent fascination with previous iterations of American culture. (I've also been working on an idea for a Decade-themed them park.) I love seeing first-person narratives, and this site is absolutely choc-full of them! Thank you for making it!

Regards,
Eli

Admin reply: You are welcome Eli and thank you for stopping The 60s Official Site.

Carl


Added: January 29, 2019
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Stationed with 3rd Tanks in Viet Nam at Phu Bai in 1967.I would love to get in t with anyone from 3rd Tanks 3rd marines at PhuBai in summer 0f 1967 please.Thanks

Admin reply: Thanks for stopping by and Welcome Home Nelson!

Carl :!beer:


Added: January 24, 2019
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I sure love listening to any variety of rock music including R&B frrom the 50s, 60s and some 70s. DJs from WLS like * * * Biondi and Art Roberts were cool. Biondid got in trouble for one of his off beat jokes. It was about how girls skirts were getting shorter, remember.Great years to grow up in and teen years. I loved to go to live band dances and kick it...
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Admin reply: Thank you Wayne for your comments and for visiting The 60s Official Site. Rock on!

Carl


Added: January 20, 2019
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Wow. Your site is definitely #1. I am, however, here on a more serious note. I will just be totally honest. My name is Mrs. Shaun L Malik. I am a 47 year old married woman who desperately wants to accomplish something before I go. I am a very, very sensitive human being. I tell you this because I want you to understand how much the Revolution means to me today. I wish I would have been born in the 60s, or the 20s with Alice Paul. I can be nothing less than a Radical in my heart and I am old enough now to see that it's past time that the Radical that's inside of me SHOUT FROM THE HEAVENS! I want to do so many things; who can choose?? Starvation of children, prostitution of children, 80% of the world's population lives on $.80 a day, is that so?? Children's Rights, Women's Rights, Civil Rights, am I in hell? Prison for Profit, Untold Torture of the weakest among us, what happened to you guys?

Added: January 19, 2019
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Great site. Brings back memories. Does anyone remember wrapping your boyfriend's class ring with angora yarns it would fit you and brush the yarn, so it would be fluffy. True. I did.

Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by Sandy. I recall my girlfriend at that time wrapped my class ring in angora yarn.

Carl


Added: January 19, 2019
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Neal - this brings back frantic Freddie, gene Kay
jay Sands, Joe McLain, rod wolfe and the
Sunday night Ďhall of fameí plus Ernie Stegler.
ďItís nice to be important but itís more important
to be niceĒ

Admin reply: Thank you Ray. You turned on a big green light with Allentown radio guys from the past. And I knew them all. Joe McLaine and Ernie Stiegler were mentors, and of course Rod Wolfe, Jay Sands and Gene Kaye were all on 790 AM, WAEB. And Frantic Freddie Milander and I were at WEEX in Easton, PA, at the same time. Late I worked at WAEB and Freddie at WKAP. Take care Ray.

Neal Stevens


Added: January 14, 2019
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Great job Neal...I didn't know you were so all knowing.... :D :D

Admin reply: Thanks John for the kind words. Having a Carl the Webmaster makes me sound pretty good. John, you and Carl could play a wild game of 60s music trivia. Iíll be the host!

Letís Go Dodgers!!!

Neal Stevens


Added: January 12, 2019
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