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Just found this site. Happy :D

Admin reply: Continue to be happy Barbara by stopping by daily.

Carl


Added: August 16, 2018
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Always enjoy the "oldies but, goody songs" on Webb site.

Bawk, Bawk, Bawk aka "Chicken Man", he's everywhere, he's everywhere

Fun times, those :)

Admin reply: Thanks for being a fan of the site Glen.

Carl


Added: August 9, 2018
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I couldnít get the songs to play on the Elvis list. :!devil: :!devil:

Admin reply: Sorry to hear that Lucille. I just checked to make sure the Elvis playlist worked and it did. Be sure you are on Microsoft Edge browser, Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome browser. http://www.the60sofficialsite.com/Elvis_Presley_Top_Songs.html Hit the play arrow and the great sound of Elvis will be played.

Carl


Added: August 7, 2018
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Enjoy this site so much. Bawk, Bawk, Bawk, Baaaak!

Glen; aka Chickenman

Admin reply: I heard he may be living in Garland.

Carl


Added: August 3, 2018
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Love this site. Brought laughter and tears! :

Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Anita and sharing your comments.

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Added: August 3, 2018
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I've been enjoying your site for years.Tonight I was reading about 1965 on your site and I couldn't help to reflect on a comment made that "Dancing in the Streets" by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas was used as a rallying cry in the Watts Riots. While that may be true, I have a different story. I have always had a fond memory of being at Coney Island on a hot summers night in 65. There were rides and other amusements there and at least one with loud speakers playing music. When this song played I distinctly recall both black and white teens moving to the middle of the street to dance. They may not have been dancing with each other but they were dancing together. I recall thinking that something positive was happening to race relations that night but it unfortunately it didn't last.

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Charlie. Indeed a great song and a period of racial unrest during those years.


Added: August 2, 2018
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Your site is great. When I first went to work for the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Atlanta, I was told that we had working with us an original member of Jefferson Airplane, before "White Rabbit". I really thought they were pulling my leg, but it was true and his story was great, can you take a guess who?

Admin reply: You have me but it may have been the first drummer who left before the recording sessions, Jerry Peloquin.

Carl


Added: July 27, 2018
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Great site! Many memories. Living the life in the 60ís!

Admin reply: Great to hear from you once again Kat. Thanks for stopping by.

Carl


Added: July 25, 2018
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Hello: I have a laugh-in question. I'm doing research on Martin Ransohoff. The late novelist, Elmore Leonard, told me that there was a running gag on Laugh-In, mentioning his name. Does anybody have any knowledge or that, and if so, possibly what episode?

Thanks.


Added: July 21, 2018
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Hi there! It's been quite awhile, but I'm back! I'm still a lover of much, if not most of the 1960's music, especially from the midd-1960's through the late 1960's.

Although I wasn't part of any of the huge events that took place during the 1960's, I still loved listening to the music of that time, as well as seeing lots of cool movies.

Recently, I saw my all time favorite film, West Side Story, when Fathom Events and TCM (Turner Classic Movies) re-released it on a national level, in select movie theatres around the United States. I, my sister-in-law, and a longtime good friend of mine saw an absolutely pristine copy of the the 1961 film, West Side Story, on a great big, wide movie theatre screen, in a nearby Boston Cinema, and enjoyed every minute of it.

I still love listening to the music from the 1960's, and viewing this website. :!sun: :!sun: :!sun: :)

Admin reply: Thank you once again Miki for stopping by. Always great to hear from you.

Carl


Added: July 18, 2018
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