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Hi Carl

When I was about 12 years of age I said to my Mom if I have to deal with another human I'll end my life here and now! she knew I would never end my life when I said that yet she knew I must of had a bad day at school and was serious having to deal with another human! she replied back "Drew don't be surprise within your lifetime human has become obsolete?" I answer back what do you mean by that she said "think about it" living in an age of High-tech get it done yesterday world where we have to deal with machine's more and more I understand what she meant! so many company's have gone self service or use voice activated phone service! I miss the days of dealing with something that has a pulse rate and a heart beat!

Drew, :!time:

Admin reply: Hello Drew...

Good to hear from you once again Drew.

These are not the times we grew up in for sure but you you are doing fine and as you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters be facing in the right direction. :D

Carl & I appreciate your visiting The 60s Official Site and keep rocking with the marvelous sounds of the greatest decade of all, the 1960s.

Thanks for being a fan of the 60s Official Site.

Carl & Neal Stevens


Added: May 19, 2018
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Anxious to hear what's coming.

Added: April 25, 2018
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The Drive-In movie began in the 1960s and still hold special spot in my memories and heart. What a special exciting timeframe and the movies experienced at the drive-in....but their time started to run out when special effects required an enclosed "sound systems and extreme special effects required a controllable environment....sigh

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments. Actually the drive-in theaters made an actual debut in the 1930s and the drive-in's peak popularity came in the late 1950s and early 1960s, particularly in rural areas, with some 4,000 drive-ins spread across the United States. The shift in content of drive-ins was less of an issue than competition from home entertainment, from color television to VCRs and video rentals. As well, the 1970s energy crisis, led to a sharp decline of attendance, which combined with the widespread adoption of daylight saving time (which made the shows start an hour later). These changes made it harder for drive-ins to operate successfully.

Carl


Added: April 24, 2018
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Neal, I cannot thank you enough for sending these productions whenever you formulate them. I grew up in the mid west (St. Louis, MO County) and relate so much to the music you put together. Thank you for your efforts> It is obvious by your voice that you enjoy putting these renditions together so I encourage you to continue producing such wonderful and memorable tunes!
Denny Kurre

Admin reply: Thank you Denny for your very kind words. Carl the Webmaster selects the tunes and then we put the show together. We are very pleased that you listen and enjoy our presentations. Keep Rockin’ Denny.

Neal


Added: April 22, 2018
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Hi Carl;

It's been awhile since my last comment nice to see You and Neil still at it, I've always enjoyed your Website so entertaining and educational!

Thanks you for sharing your love of the 1960's with us as long as you have! take care Carl and Neil

Drew :!time:

Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Drew. We are still here hanging in as long as we can.

Carl


Added: April 18, 2018
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Grew uo in the 60s and boy did this site bring back some memories. Thanks!

Admin reply: You are welcome Dan. Thanks for dropping by.

Carl


Added: April 18, 2018
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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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