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Great site. I come back when ever I'm feeling the need for good music or good memories. :)

Admin reply: Thank you Joe because all we do here are memories.

Carl


Added: August 15, 2013
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I was born in 69 but grew up listening to The Doors, Janis Joplin, and all the music from the sixty's. Nowadays kids think their parents owe them the things they have. I remember getting my * * * beat when I did something wrong and I survived and learned not to do those things again. Too bad we can't go back to the way things were then cause kids would have a whole new outlook on what life is really about.

Admin reply: Definitely a different time now Kayla. We were held accountable. Thank you for your comments.

Carl


Added: August 15, 2013
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Love Janis Joplin and the music from that era. The kids nowadays don't appreciated great music and feeling what the music is about!! :) :!cool:

Admin reply: Great music and great times for sure.

Carl


Added: August 14, 2013
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I also am stuck in the 60s and 70s when the songs made sense to me and I could understand what the artist was sing about. But I would like to know if anyone remember the dance steps of the 60s being published in a magazine, with the instruction so the little ole country girls and boys could learn the new dances. please let me know.

Admin reply: Thank you Marion for visiting. I don't recall the magazine but maybe somebody else will.

Carl


Added: August 14, 2013
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Goos stuff but just an FYI, "On the Rag" does not mean "in a foul mood" it means a woman is having her menstrual cycle. Fun times when a woman says she's on the rag...move out of the way!! :!devil:

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Added: August 13, 2013
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Love The 60 Music Great Site. :!cool:

Admin reply: Thank you Jegg. Please tell your friends about us.

Carl


Added: August 13, 2013
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Hi Carl,

Dose anyone recall hearing or saying one of these slang words? "Flake Off" "Bug Off" "Shove Off" to tell someone to go away and leave me alone. :!time:

Admin reply: Hello Drew I remember them well.

Carl


Added: August 13, 2013
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Thank you for this web site. I was a civilian employee
at Army Headquarters in Vietnam from 1967-1970. To hear again the songs from there in a bunch is a real treat. Please keep up the good work. And a big THANKS to all you veterans out there; y'all are getting a better welcome back than from Vietnam, I believe.

Admin reply: Thank you Nancy for visiting and for your kind words.

Carl


Added: August 12, 2013
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Was there a regular named Lupinacci?

Admin reply: I don't know. Are you talking about American Bandstand?

Carl


Added: August 11, 2013
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Really enjoy this site - Great idea!!
Thanks! I grew up listening to the radio and watching American Bandstand. Love the 50s, 60s and some 70s music.
As a matter of fact Rene and Rene who sang Angelito were from Laredo,Texas and the first Hispanics to be on American Bandstand. They were also a part of a 4 member group named "Quarter Notes".
Continue to keep our music alive - it is the Best!!!

Admin reply: Thank you Cynthia for visiting and sharing.

Carl


Added: August 9, 2013
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