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Hey Neal, Some of my warmest and most precious memories are of being a kid in the 60s. Thanks so much for keeping them alive for us all! When I was a kis happiness was my very own transistor radio. :!cool:

Admin reply: Thanks for listening to “Soundtrack of the 60s.” I, too, had a small, green transistor sister (radio) walking around Allentown, Pennsylvania, listening to the greatest music ever! From Chuck Berry, Dion & the Belmont’s, Little Richard, Leslie Gore, Elvis and all super rockers, they all sounded terrific on my little transistor radio.

Thanks Ron and rock on!

Neal


Added: March 15, 2019
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like your web-site

Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Steve and signing the guestbook.

Carl


Added: March 15, 2019
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Hi there!

I decided to pay a visit. This website brings back great memories of how music used to be. I, too was a teenager during the 1960's, and it's a pleasure listening to the oldies and goldens! Glad that this website's still running. :)

Admin reply: It has indeed been awhile since I heard from you Miki. Welcome back and thanks for stopping by to see us again.

Carl


Added: March 10, 2019
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Thank you guys again and again. Really enjoyed all three parts of the "Roots of Rock 'n' Roll. Wow, what great music from 1952 to 1964. I saw a number of those people in Branson, MO. Yes Neal, I said Branson, MO. Bobby Vinton, Bobby Vee, Fabian, Brian Hyland, Cris Montez, the Chiffons, Herman's Hermits, just to name a few. Anyway, three thumbs up for you guys. What could you possible do next!

Admin reply: Wally,
Carl the Webmaster and I thank you for your very nice post here in the Guest Book. Amazing how we may have seen some of these rock & roll stars when we and they were young.

And we see many as we all age.
But the music keeps us young. These songs from the 50s and 60s make my hair grow back! Only kidding. But we all sure do enjoy our music heroes anytime, anywhere.
Thanks for your message Wally.

Neal


Added: March 9, 2019
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You didn't mention the most important for civil rights in NYC: The Stonewall Riots! :!thinking:

Admin reply: Sorry never heard of it. I just did research and still did not recall hearing about it. I was serving in Vietnam when it occurred.

Carl


Added: March 6, 2019
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Hi, Carl and Neal! Great series on Soundtrack with the three part "Roots"! Do have to comment on one mistake in Part 3. At the beginning of the surf 'n' drag section both before it's played and after, "Wipe Out" is credited to the Ventures instead of the Surfaris. The Ventures hit the top ten a full three years earlier with arguably the first surf instrumental, "Walk, Don't Run". I'm sure the Ventures would have loved to been credited with "Wipe Out" since it hit the top 40 three times.

Admin reply: Thank you for pointing out our mistake and for listening to the Soundtrack of the 60s. I did not catch it during the edit phase and I am sure Neal just misspoke or the song was mislabeled. Thanks again for your comment.

Carl


Added: March 2, 2019
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so....what happened to "High Chapparal"? It starred Leif Erickson.

Admin reply: High Chaparral was TV series that ran from 1967-1971.Another great western TV series Thanks for the suggestion Laurel.

Carl


Added: February 25, 2019
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At KWEB in Webb City Missouri we play a variety of music and a lot of it is the 60s music.

Bill Lundstrum President
KWEB Radio
Webb City, Missouri

Admin reply: Great to hear. Thanks for stopping by and signing the guestbook.

Carl


Added: February 24, 2019
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I stumbled upon this site when looking for info on the dances of the '60's. I grew up in the 50's and 60's and remember doing so many of the dances that were around during that time. It was such a fun time to come of age. I have many fond memories that I replay often in my mind. We just lost Peter Tork of the Monkees so that loss is still fresh in the minds of those who loved them. I am going to enjoy investigating this site. Thanks, Linda :!rofl:

Admin reply: Thank you Linda for stumbling across us. Continue to enjoy the look back at the 60s decade. There is over 1000 pages of content and the largest site devoted to the sixties on the web.

Carl


Added: February 23, 2019
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Survived the 60s by purchasing my first acoustic guitar (Silvertone) from the Sears catalog. $14.00 and 3 chords later, started in band in our living room with a bunch of great guys - each of whom were trying to be just like the Beatles!

Admin reply: I hope you continued to rock on Greg. Thanks for your comments.

Carl


Added: February 22, 2019
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