Submitted by Name: Robert L. Harold From: Waco Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: I really enjoy your news letter each week, and I lobe the Baby Boomer On this day, I tell the information to my listners,please don't stop sending them each Friday Ilook froward to getting them. Keep up the good work, it is truely OUTSTANDING .
Admin reply: Thank you Robert. Glad to hear you enjoy the memories.
Added: May 3, 2013
Submitted by Name: Ed From: Conroe, Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hey Carl, I'm a regular visitor to "The 60's Official Site". I have been listening to the Bill Board "Top 10", "Favorite Version of...", and "Quick Fix" every week for some years now. Just spent some time reading posts on your guestbook while enjoying the music...and man, it's so cool to read the positive, friendly, open & honest words of your site visitors. I really love it when a fellow vet remarks fondly about listening to a song here that was popular when he was in SE Asia, and how it brings back 'those' memories. For me it's Buffalo Springfield, CCR, Crosby, Stills & Nash...I know you know. Anyway, when you have those kinda down days about the "what, when, where and why" you are doing all of this...just scroll back through the guestbook my brother. It will make it crystal clear! We Thank You! Ed USAF '68-'75
Admin reply: Hello Ed, good to hear from you once again. Thank you for being a fan and for checking in. Thanks again for your service.
Added: May 3, 2013
Submitted by Name: Tony Peca From: Batavia, NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have been listening and reading about your site for years and it never gets old. Every Friday "you put a smile on my fact". Thanks and keep up the good work.
Admin reply: Thank you Tony for continuing to be a fan. I will try to continue with the smiles on Friday.
Added: May 1, 2013
Submitted by Name: Rob From: Circleville,Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: Enjoyed reading your stores. I grew up on Corwin St. Reminded me how good growing up in Roundtown really was. Pumpkin Show, Vick's pizza, Dairy Clipper, all the stuff that made being a kid great.
Admin reply: Thank you Rob for stopping by. It is great to hear from folks from my hometown.
Added: April 29, 2013
Submitted by Name: Gary From: St. Louis E-mail: Contact
Comments: I grew up in the 60's,your music from that era was so refreshing since all the rock bands. How did you do it? Racial violence was very bad but your group had no racial boudries. Thanks for all the memories, Gary
Added: April 28, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bev From: Santa Cruz, California E-mail: Contact
Comments: Looking for great 60's dance music. I hope I have found it on your site. I just now check in. Thanks for letting me listen. I want to compile a selection of dance music for that era. Cheers! B
Admin reply: Thanks for checking in Bev. Hope you come up some ideas for some dance music.
Added: April 26, 2013
Submitted by Name: Todd From: N. KY. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just found your site this morning while I was trying to locate another song on the web. Love the music from the 60's you posted. My question is, one of the country music stations (Rebel 105.9 Dayton or B-105.1 Cincinnati) use to play a song a 6:00 AM every morning that had a rooster crowing , * * * a doodle do. Would you have any idea what the song was and how I can locate it please? Thank you and keep up the good work!
Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Todd. Sorry I don't have a clue what that song could be.
Added: April 25, 2013
Submitted by Name: marty From: rogersville, tennessee E-mail: Contact
Comments: need to add "take the last train to Clarksville" so many guys left from there headed to nam...my girlfriends and I were at the uso clubs every fri and sat nights, the army would send down buses to Nashville to take us to Clarksville and the base there, we would sit and talk to the soldiers for hours, drinking coca cola and dancing. So many, just babies, 18 years on their way out....so many memories....
Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Marty. I too left from Ft. Campbell for Vietnam. Clarksville was the town other GIs an myself would go on weekends. Per your request "Last Train to Clarksville" will be added soon.
Added: April 24, 2013
Submitted by Name: Tom (Snake) From: Indiana E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great music bringing back soooo many great memories. Thanks for the music of our lives. Some of these songs take me back in a flash and I remember how tight we all were. Brothers Forever!!!!
Admin reply: No decade will ever compare to the one grew up. Friends we had then will never compare to the ones late in life.
Added: April 24, 2013
Submitted by Name: edwin l vaclavik From: michigan E-mail: Contact