Submitted by Name: Constance Manuel From: Long Branch, NJ E-mail: Contact
Comments: There will never be another era like the 60s. No matter how people try to bring it back by Retro this and that. Love was innocent and true, life was simple and wonderful, and people cared and helped each other. If you picked up the phone you spoke to a person NOT a computer, cars didnt go fast enough to have road rage, and no one asked you to push 1 for English and 2 for Spanish. If you lived in America you spoke or you learned to speak English! :
Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by Constance.
Added: July 11, 2015
Submitted by Name: Bill Hayes From: Redondo Beach, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: This is easily the best site about the best time in modern American social history! Thanks for all your incredible work!
Admin reply: You welcome Bill, glad to hear you enjoyed it.
Added: July 10, 2015
Submitted by Name: Bill and Betty Turner From: Wellston now Lake of the Ozarks, Mo (Osage Beach)
Comments: Loved, Loved, Loved the 60's.
Admin reply: Thank you for dropping by.
Added: July 9, 2015
Submitted by Name: Marianne Wheeler From: St Simons Island, Georgia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Love your site !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Admin reply: Thank you Marianne.
Added: July 8, 2015
Submitted by Name: Michael Hooker From: Abingdon , Maryland. America E-mail: Contact
Comments: Yes, I was looking at bubble gum music on the internet. The 60s official site , was reading what was written about Woodstock. This year I have worked on writing on my blog about Woodstock. I have seen and heard about Woodstock , and I am a 1960s kid , I think I did good with it because , I am new to trying to write , and because its hard to write around what others have said already a lot , and be original , I seen the one here about original Woodstock, I wrote mine in the winter , now I have touched up what is written , someday soon hope to add 1,2 or so photos. Michael Hooker. :!envy: :!mad:
Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by Michael and for your comments.
Added: July 7, 2015
Submitted by Name: Tim Renaud From: Vermont, USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just came across your excellent website a few days ago and am enjoying it very much. Nice work!
Admin reply: Thank you Tim.
Added: July 6, 2015
Submitted by Name: Ken Brocious From: California E-mail: Contact
Comments: I would like information on where I can find new cds of the 60s. Not compilations, but the original albums of the artists.
Admin reply: You just have to search for them. Most CDs are now compilations but some still exist. I have some original recordings of those LPs purchased many years ago. You must have to search for them.
Added: July 5, 2015
Submitted by Name: Keith Livermore From: Detroit, Michigan E-mail: Contact
Comments: I dreamed of there being a site like this ~ it's great to find a place on the Web for this sort of thing! I like Sixties garage bands and pop, rock, psychedelic, oddball surf and instrumental novelties ~ all those obscure, weird, local 45's now appear again on CD.
Admin reply: Isn't some of this technology great! Thanks for visiting the 60s Official Site.
Added: July 3, 2015
Submitted by Name: Wilson Sterling From: Jacksonville Beach, FL E-mail: Contact
Comments: Love it STILL! Listened EVERY day 'religiously' when stationed at Lockbourne AF Base ('66 to '70). Didn't miss an episode if at all possible. Was greatly disappointed when the show ended. One of the best ever!! Thanks for the fun enjoyment! Have now migrated down to Florida. trying to spread the words and deeds of ChickenMan! And to live up to his lofty standards and deeds of daring.
Admin reply: Check out The 60s Official Site Facebook page. I just returned from vacation at Sanibel Island.
Added: June 30, 2015
Submitted by Name: vianna dowell From: croton,ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: do you have a song called pink cadilac. don't know if that's the name or not. my son plays it for my 9 year old grandson. he loves it. and they live in vegas so it's kool too him, to go down the strip playing it.
Admin reply: "Pink Cadillac" is a song by Bruce Springsteen that was released in 1984. You can find it on the web easily.