Submitted by Name: Ralph Sparg From: Durban South Africa E-mail: Contact
Comments: Loved this site for years. Retired now from Knysna FM 97.0 but still playing drums with like minded muso's playing covers from the 60's and 70's Keep up the good work.
Admin reply: Thank you for being a fan Ralph. Enjoyment retirement but keep up the beat.
Added: December 27, 2015
Submitted by Name: Ms Ronza R Nash PhD From: oringally Ohio currently living iin Vegas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Growing up in the fifties and sixties was so wonderful and innocent.
Admin reply: It sure was. Thank you for stopping by Ronza.
Added: December 25, 2015
Submitted by Name: Karla Jackson From: Jackson, Mississippi
Comments: Yes, I loved this site and no, my Mom did not move to Jackson because thats are last name. Can you tell me more about those two people on the cover dancing?
Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by Karla? What couple on the cover?
Added: December 25, 2015
Submitted by Name: The Beatmik From: WI. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Long Live Vintage !!! - The Beatnik
Admin reply: Yeah man!
Added: December 24, 2015
Submitted by Name: henry mclaughlin From: orange city fl E-mail: Contact
Comments: stoned to the bone:very,very high on pot or alcohol,what's the buzz: latest news,
Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Henry. Remember them all. Stoned is already on the list and many other variations.
Added: December 19, 2015
Submitted by Name: Randy Carlson From: Joliet, IL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I love the oldies, I Love 1950's Music. I was born in 1944.
Admin reply: Thanks for visiting Randy.
Added: December 17, 2015
Submitted by Name: David A. Thomas From: Grew up in Lynchburg, VA, currently in Midlothian, VA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Carl, first - Thank You for your service. I could use your help. Remember listening to your local radio station (AM..what is FM ??). Maybe 2 or three times a year they would play a record which was a "reporter" asking questions about a popular news item and each "answer" was a short piece of a song from a artist or group. Each record would run about 2- minutes... I am sorry that I never bought one. Now, about to turn 62 next year, it's my current mission. Can you help? Do you remember? I did get out my first Zenith transistor portable radio (1 transistor!) put in new batteries, turned it on and listened across the dial but cannot seem to find any station playing that record.....hmmmmm.
Admin reply: Thank you stopping by David. The only record I recall was the Flying Saucer that used the music overtakes. If there were others perhaps it was your radio station that produced those spots.