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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.

Carl


Added: July 5, 2015
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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.

Carl


Added: July 3, 2015
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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.

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Added: June 30, 2015
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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.

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Added: June 30, 2015
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WOW! Talk about a walk down memory lane! I love this site and I loved growing up in the turbulent sixties. Us baby boomers were truly lucky! Thank you for an awesome look back in time. I've always said it was the best of times!

Admin reply: Indeed it was a great time to have been a part. Thanks for stopping by Gail.

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Added: June 30, 2015
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We are asking about a TV show on channel 13 on Sat.but recorded on Thu.night,Which was called Lets Dance.Do you know who hosted it?Thank You so much.Sandy :D

Admin reply: I am sorry Sandy but I cannot find a TV show from the 60s titled "Lets Dance." It may have been just in your local area.

Carl


Added: June 28, 2015
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I am trying to find information about a puppet I believe was called Jellybean. He was a type of insect (ant or cricket maybe) and was a guest on a variety show in the 1960s. He was very funny and very popular for a short while. Is this character familiar to you?

Admin reply: There was a puppet Jellybean the Snail that made it on TV and was actually known for its appearance on the Dick Van Dyke Show.

Carl


Added: June 26, 2015
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Can Not Believe You Didn't have The Daniel Boone TV Series Listed. That was One Of The Best Shows On Between 1964 and 1970

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments. There are still many shows that have yet to be added. I am only one person providing over 1000 pages of content.

Carl


Added: June 22, 2015
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Went to see Rolling Stones, 6-20-15, at Heinz Field Pittsburgh,Pa. They were awesome ! Mick moves around that stage like young Buck. I am the same age, makes me feel good. Also remembering a concert I went to in the 60's. Main man, feel good JAMES BROWN, can still see him on stage, he threw his ring and I caught it. What a thrill. So happy to see your Site Love it! Thank You.

Admin reply: Mick Jagger still has the moves. Hard to believe he moves around as well as he does for his age. I bet that was a treasure capturing James Brown's ring. Thank you for sharing.

Carl


Added: June 22, 2015
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Love the quote about seeing and feeling life's possibilities. Thanks for putting together this site. As a disenchanted former activist, I now see the dark side of global "possibilities". We might have tried to change the world during the Age of Aquarius, but, freedom?...no, we didn't succeed in creating a culture of freedom. In fact, I think all those "safety nets" and "political correctness", junk-filled pseudo-cultures, mass consumption, and mediocre "systems" of care, education, government have enslaved most people.
Despite this heartbreak I still whisper "Let the sun shine in!!"

Admin reply: Shine on and shout it loud even though I too am not fan of big government intrusion and government programs. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

Carl


Added: June 21, 2015
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