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who was the Barbara dance couple #10, on american band stand u tube

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments. I do not know and my research did not turn up a name. She is great dancer!

Carl


Added: April 17, 2018
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Curious ... Do you know if the French singer superstar was named after the American DJ, Johnny Halliday?

Admin reply: Probably not. The singer's correct spelling is Johnny Hallyday. His real name was Jean-Philippe Léo Smet. He was instrumental in bringing Rock 'n Roll to France.

Carl


Added: April 15, 2018
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Carl / Neal

This months (April 2018) Soundtrack of the 60's really rocks with songs I haven't heard in a lone time. Appreciate all the hard work you guys do to keep the 60's sound alive. :)

Admin reply: Thanks Chuck. Carl and I have fun playing these super-terrific songs. They make great memories and we appreciate your listening. More surprise songs coming your way. Keep it close to The 60s Official Site.com

Neal


Added: April 11, 2018
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Thanks for the "shout out" Neal with Sleepwalk. We first danced to it when we were in seventh or eight grade and are still dancing to it. No snow here in Dubuque, I think it all headed to you in the east.
Thanks to you and Carl for another great show. A lot of the songs reminded me of the old "sock hops". Remember those?
I hate to keep repeating it, but you guys rock!!!!

Admin reply: Thank you Ms Lois and Mr Wally. Your song "Sleep Walk" is one of the most outstanding piece of music ever created. The sound is mesmerizing and I know dancing with that special someone is amazing!!! Thank you both for tuning in to "The Soundtrack of the 60." You're the best!!!

Neal


Added: April 7, 2018
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Sorry about not sticking to the right decade! Oldies are oldies to me! So now, thinking of the 60's, Mamas and Papas are so much a favorite........so what about "Creeque Alley"..........such a good one that tells of their coming together to make "California Dreamin'." Just love that group! Thanks!

Admin reply: I would be most happy to play "Creaque Alley" for you Wendy over in Maryland. And thanks for being a long-ago listener to Neal At the WEEL back in 1979 and 1980. WEEL, 1310 Northern Virginia's Radio. What a fun radio station to spin the hits. Glad we could play some of your favorite songs back then. And we still enjoy the sounds and that's Carl's plan right here The 60s Official Site.com Also, I talk with Johnny Hollidays on occasion out at Nationals Park at the ball games. Thanks for visiting and tuning in.

Neal


Added: April 5, 2018
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Carl, just wondered if Neal is told about my knowing him, impersonally, on WEEL radio, way back in the early 70's. Little would I 'find' him on another music trac 45 years later!!!! Keep playin' 'em, Neal. That first record I could afford back then was "My Sweet Lord". So there's my request! Thanks!

Admin reply: Thank you Wendy I guess I should have been more explicit. "My Sweet Lord" is a 70s song and we are a 60s website. I do love that song myself. Anything from the 60s we can play you?

Carl


Added: April 4, 2018
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I just have read more of your sites and now know the story of Johnny Holliday. Very interesting life he had. Along with your site of going from one station to another, at night, being able to be in New York (WABC) one minute, then Chicago (WLS), even Cleveland (WGAR). Oh, I felt myself going from Washington DC to the Midwest and up north, every evening, looking for which station was to be playing the 'good' ones. By the way, on one sites of yours, with the soundtraks, how did you get the photo of the DJ at WEEL in Fairfax? THAT was where I lived and my closest "middle of the road" favorite station. Who is it in that picture? :D

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Wendy. Neal Stevens is the DJ in the picture. He is our DJ here at the 60s Official Site. Check out his show here on the site at Soundtrack of the 60s, There is a new show beginning the 1st of each month. Have a dedication or request we will play it for you.

Carl


Added: April 3, 2018
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Ray, from Cleveland..............it's interesting you memories of Johnny Holliday from the radio in Cleveland. I used to search the stations at night and came upon one of yours WGAR? But Johnny Holliday, if the same announcer, was by the early 70's, here in Washington DC, at WWDC. They even had a little song for his time (can't sing it over this, but can at least say) it went Johnny Holliday...........WWDC. The same guy?

Admin reply: You bet it was. He worked several markets during his career.I have had the pleasure speaking with him by phone when I selected him as one of the top DJs of the baby boomer era. Thank you for signing the guestbook Wendy.

Carl


Added: April 1, 2018
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As a Top 40 radio fan since 1960, I found your blob great..especially since I'm from Cleveland and enjoyed your comments about Johnny Holliday. I also lived in Columbus for 4 years, attending Ohio State, and also listened to WCOL. I find it really hard to believe that you could pick up WHK (a 5000-watter) down in Circleville, but apparently, you did! I met Johnny Holiday years ago and he is as real and gracious as anybody I've ever met. And...that WHK survey that's on your page came from my collection - the numbers inside the WHK logo were mine (they represented how many surveys I had at the time, and how many consecutive weeks I had). Great memories.

Admin reply: Thank you Ray for your comments. I received a weak signal but you could listen to him. Didn't get it all the time. I guess it depended how the wind was blowing. LOL

Carl


Added: April 1, 2018
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had a radio strapped to my bicycle and listened to these songs, real music yes

Admin reply: Indeed great music and great memories.

Carl


Added: March 30, 2018
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