Submitted by Name: John Moura From: New Jersey E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thank you for this site I just found it yesterday and I am enjoying it tremendously. I look forward to visiting it daily. I am also very grateful to you for including music from the 70s on you jukebox playlists. The 70s weren't our best decade, but is was the last good decade.
Admin reply: You are welcome John. Glad to hear you enjoy the memories here.
Added: March 16, 2013
Submitted by Name: C. Latham From: Coshocton E-mail: Contact
Comments: Circleville is a nice town. If you run into Cindy (Cook) Kinney, tell her Craig said hi.
Admin reply: I get back to Circleville once or twice a year but I don't believe I know a Cindy Cook. I graduated with a Lynn Cook in 1966.
Added: March 16, 2013
Submitted by Name: Dusty From: Georgia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great site, have really enjoyed hearing and seeing the info. presented here, I hope you keep this site up for a long time, Peace be with you all
Admin reply: Thank you Dusty. It will remain here as long as I can do it and God willing.
Added: March 15, 2013
Submitted by Name: Donna Wissinger From: Philadelphia PA til 1966 E-mail: Contact
Comments: I get very nostalgic for Philly, where I had the best life, til I was 10, and my parents moved to Jersey.
I think so much about how life was then. And wish I could live as an adult, in the pre-1966 Philly.
Does that make me weird?
Admin reply: Not all Donna.
Added: March 15, 2013
Submitted by Name: Sheila Chastain Sanders From: Fort Mill, SC E-mail: Contact
Comments: All right.... thank you Chevis for suggesting this site. Gonna make it one of my favorites. I am originally from Seneca, SC.... enjoy hearing all my favorite songs again from the sixties. listened to "Strange things happen in this world" from Teenage tragedies... Haven't heard that song since I was a teenager .... Strange thing is I named my daughter Lorri! Thanks for this site!
Admin reply: You are welcome Sheila. Thank you for stopping by and signing the guestbook.
Added: March 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Jim Moore From: Winston Salem , North Carolina E-mail: Contact
Comments: This is just the site I was looking for. Grew up in the 60's; Graduated from HS in 1965, drafted in 1966, off to Vietnam in 1967, and wouldn't you know the 1st song that played when I listened to the top 25 countdown was Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay; played this about 1,000 time while I was in Qui Nhon Vietnam. I'll be listening !!!
Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Jim and welcome home brother.
Added: March 11, 2013
Submitted by Name: boo From: upton w.yorks E-mail: Contact
Comments: love the site
Added: March 10, 2013
Submitted by Name: Craig Latham From: Coshocton E-mail: Contact
Comments: Nice cite. I always liked Circleville. My ex-wife is from there. I'm a Vietnam Vet also. Combat writer and combat photographer for the 101st Airborne Div. (Ambl). 1970-1971 out of Phu Bai. Love the oldies. 50's 60's and 70's music. Nothing like a good Doo-Wop song.
Admin reply: Welcome home brother and fellow buckeye. Thank you for stopping by Craig.
Comments: Growing up in NYC during the 60s, especially being a drummer in one of them there rock and roll bands, was magical.
I miss the 60s very much. Thanks for the memories.
Admin reply: You are welcome Ron and thanks for stopping by.
Added: March 9, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bob Clarkson From: Missouri, California, Arizona, Oklahoma, Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: In the "Where are you from", I have to add Nevada. Went to 13 schools before graduating from High School and wasn't thrown out of any of them. Looking at your "Screaming Eagles" reminds me - Welcome home, brother. I was in I Corps providing support with my 175mm and 8" guns.
I've noticed in the past 3-4 years, that a lot of 60's music is being played in today's movies. I think it's because you can feel the music, hear the words and feel the mood. Something must have happened to make those years so musically important.
I don't remember a single movie, other than maybe Dr. Zhivago, that had a musical background from the 1900's and before.
You've done a great job - thanks for your dedication.
Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Bob and welcome home brother. Those guns obviously supported our missions. Definitely the music of the 60s has had an impact even in today's uneasy environment.