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I'm a girl in my early teens, who's always tellin' people, "I've officially lost faith in my generation." I like the 60's and 50's and my style is more from that era than this one. I listen to endless Elvis, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Van Morrison, J. Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers, and Del Shannon. It's weird, my mother ran into a physic lady who told her I was and I quote, "A sixties girl. Probably reincarnated from around then." I just wish I could learn about what life was like back then. So if y'all have any info to share, I will listen. :) Goodbye for now,
Silver

Admin reply: Thanks for sharing Silver. Maybe you were born in the wrong decade.

Carl


Added: October 25, 2013
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I remember listening to the late great Dr. Don Rose on WEBC out of Duluth, MN (right next door to Superior, WI)
In his words "Good times green lights, live it up and sleep in the streets"

Admin reply: Thanks for your comments Rick and for visiting The 60s Official Site.

Carl


Added: October 24, 2013
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Carl, You are my kind of guy! I have been holding sweet 16 parties since I turned that "dirty F word" (and it wasn't 40) I dress up like 16, play 60's music all night long, have 60's memorabilia all over the house and of course I have a HUGE collection of books from the 60's and music ...and many of the Original 33's and 45's and even play a game so that everyone leaves with a table prize. People look forward to my party every year just to see what "the nut is going to wear this year" and what kind of prize they are going to win in my game. It is a LOT of work, but it is a WHOLE LOT OF FUN ...for everyone. I guess I am just stuck in the 60's forever which is NOT such a bad place to be. I have sent you site link out to my large data base of "baby boomers" and WE ALL just love it. You site is amazing and so are YOU! BIG HUG to you and "thanks for the memories"

Admin reply: Keep on rockin' Jackie! Sounds like you are still having fun and lost in the 60s which is OK with me.

Carl


Added: October 24, 2013
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WOW!! Congrats on 7 years Carl. I've been listening to you guys for most of them! Your site is truly "one in a million". Thanks for the great music...thanks more for the memories!
Harley

Admin reply: You are welcome Ed and thank you for being a fan.

Carl


Added: October 22, 2013
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This site was very informative and super helpful for a project I am doing! Not only was it informative, but it was interesting as well! Only problem is that I can't find the author of this page so I may site you! Keep up the updates, I love it! :D

Admin reply: I am glad we could be of assistance for your project. Thank you for stopping by.

Carl


Added: October 21, 2013
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I go Over to my girl Friends Dads house and he is always listening to your stuff. Now I am also. Great stuff. Brings back alot of memories.

Admin reply: Great stuff huh Jeff. Thanks for sharing.

Carl


Added: October 20, 2013
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I really love your site, and enjoy the old music, and all the information. It sure brings back many memories. :D

Admin reply: Memories are what we do here Joan. Thank you for stopping by.

Carl


Added: October 18, 2013
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What happened to the U.S.A. in the last two generations--
Gone but not Forgotten---

Admin reply: Who knows? Not the same for sure.

Carl


Added: October 16, 2013
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i was 16 when the summer of love started. `texas is known for nethanthal attitude, caught up southern baptist
constricting hope, lack of interest in different cultures, art, music from those hippies, at least i was thrilled. i began to hoard my allowence for bus ticket to san fran, i never made and that is one of big regrets of my life and woodstock too. nice to know there is a site of culture and
other things beside the backwards thinking in this state. oh, by the way if you come to san franciso by scott mekinsy is one of my most favorite sonr.

Admin reply: Thank our for visiting the site Linda. If you don't like Texas what keeps you here?

Carl


Added: October 15, 2013
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I started out as a DJ in High School in the 60's at the tender age of 13, doing Sock Hops in Woodsfield, Beallsville and Powhatan. A lot of good memories for sure. The Radio Stations of the Ohio Valley didn't like to travel out of their area and that's how I got the dances. Later in the 80's I moved on to the Night Clubs/Dance Clubs in the Ohio Valley. I still DJ different events and work as a sound engineer for bands. Food for thought, why did they call the dances in the 60's Sock Hops? By the way I came to your site looking for info on The Mustangs. Thank you!!!

Admin reply: Thank you Artie for signing the guest book. As far as sock hops are concerned. My understanding the term originated during the 50s because many dances were held in the gymnasium and no shoes were allowed so socks were worn to protect the gym floor.

Carl


Added: October 14, 2013
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