Submitted by Name: Jr Bynum From: Baltimore MD E-mail: Contact
Comments: First class top rate website. Blue Ribbon winner for cultural know how. Excellent song lists by year. I m a big Fan of Deep Soul ( Malaco Records) sounds.
Admin reply: Thank your Jr, I am glad you enjoyed the site. Also thank you for signing the guestbook.
Added: April 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: Cosmic Kitten From: South Shields, NE England E-mail: Contact
Comments: Born in '59 I grew up in the sixties thus the vast majority of my music collection is 60s but I increasingly feel the need to view cultural items from the 60s and your site is brilliant for that. Wishing I could find a time machine and return to much simpler fun days
Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by. They only thing closest to a time machine to take us back is right here on The 60s Official Site.
Added: April 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: vianna clayton dowell From: croton,ohio---ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: i was born in 1949 and i love the music they had. it was nice to listen to them.i love elvis too, have alot of records of him
Admin reply: As baby boomers we had a great music experience and Elvis being one of the best if not the very best. Thanks for dropping by Vianna.
Added: April 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: Born in the 90'S From: USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I loved this site, a great way to learn about the generation. Although I do say that our statement of survival is hostile towards today's generations. While our lives are a lot different with other challenges it does not mean they don't exist. Yes people are more cautious today with their kids, only because they can. Other than that I loved this site.
Admin reply: Thank you for visiting and for your comments. The survival article described about baby boomers during our life while young is a comparison to how things are viewed today versus now and what we did versus what is allowed or done today. A complete contrast of how we grew up. If you took it be hostile then you took it the wrong way. I have grandchildren your age and believe me they understood meaning of what was written.
Added: March 30, 2015
Submitted by Name: Cliff From: New York E-mail: Contact
Comments: Had to drop a line or few to acknowledge that the idea of this site is great. I was kind of disappointed, however, coming from the #1 radio market,New York, which had the #1 radio station in america in the 60's & 70's. I noticed that you only indicated 1 disc jockey from that station. Check out WABC 77 personalities such as:(Dan Ingram, Harry Harrison, Chuck Leonard, Ron Lundy and many more) who worked at this station, and made it the monster station it was. You will see the people you chosen on your site cannot compare. Again, nice idea...
Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Cliff. As far as your radio station was concerned I probably could not receive it on a drift in Ohio and no fans that listened to it emailed me and recommended any of the DJs for recognition. I also have many more that could be added but these are the ones that I truly remembered and it was not intended to be anything more than bring back the memories on how great yesterday's jocks were compared to today's. Thank again for your input. The 60s still rock Cliff.
Added: March 29, 2015
Submitted by Name: Karen From: Sylmar CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I still can't find a show called Matt Lincoln and its haunting theme song! Of course, it could be my gray matter isn't what it used to be...
Admin reply: It is not the grey matter. The show did exist but only lasted one season.It was is a television medical drama which was aired by ABC as part of its 1970-71 lineup. Matt Lincoln starred Vince Edwards as Dr. Matt Lincoln, a psychiatrist who had founded a telephone hotline for troubled teenagers.
Added: March 27, 2015
Submitted by Name: Andrea Ricciuto Chencharik From: New Jersey E-mail: Contact
Comments: I loved the 60's.
Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Andrea.
Added: March 26, 2015
Submitted by Name: Jeannine Hassen From: Pacific, MO. E-mail: Contact
Comments: the happiest time of my life, wish a time machine could take me back!!!!
Admin reply: We have the closet thing to it here at The 60s Official Site. Thanks for stopping by Jeannine.
Added: March 25, 2015
Submitted by Name: Alice Marshall From: Charlottesville, VA E-mail: Contact
Comments: such an innocent time.
Admin reply: Indeed, Alice.
Added: March 24, 2015
Submitted by Name: Brian Forsythe From: Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: I see you've added my book Inside the Songs of the Sixties to your website. Very groovy!
Admin reply: Yes indeed. Don't you remember me reviewing it awhile back? How funny? Well I guess we are both getting old.