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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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Hi Carl,

I love the ending lingo to the Hollywood Argyles "Alley Oop" the song make Alley Oop like a "hip" cave man.
Another good cave man song is "Troglodyte {Cave Man}" By Jimmy Castor Bunch :!time:

Admin reply: Thanks for the comments Drew and for being a fan.

Carl


Added: October 14, 2013
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This website is wonderful, didn't realize back then there was so much peace. Now the world we live in has become hell on earth, literally. It's great to learn how the old times were so beautiful. Thank you for making this website!

Admin reply: You are welcome Ana.

Carl


Added: October 13, 2013
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Kind of glad I missed the show in my youth,I was not much of a tv watcher.Glued the couch between 5&6 PM weekdays watching Chuck .
;)

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Carl


Added: October 12, 2013
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;) Love your site! So glad I found it...plus the wounded warriors..thank you..I love the 60's era...takes me back...great music and clips! thank you!

Admin reply: You are welcome Diane and thanks for dropping by.

Carl


Added: October 12, 2013
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Was in Cuchi from 1967-1968. Really like the "Nam" site on the jukebox.Keep up the good work. :o

Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Benjamin and welcome home brother.

Carl :!beer:


Added: October 12, 2013
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was in Vietnam from 1966-1967. really like the "nam" site on the jukebox.

Admin reply: Thank you Bob for stopping by and welcome home brother.

Carl :!beer:


Added: October 11, 2013
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I love the feeling I get and the memories they bring back, We where so blessed with our music :)

:!inlove:

Admin reply: You better believe it. Thanks Judy for signing the guest book and for visiting the site.

Carl


Added: October 11, 2013
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I love the oldies. :)

Admin reply: Me too Andy.

Carl


Added: October 11, 2013
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