Submitted by Name: Dara Bourgeois From: Nova Scotia Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: The 60's was a time like no other, the music was some of the best of all time. Even today you can still hear songs that are 50 plus years old.
Admin reply: A great decade of music and a great decade to have been part of. Thank you for visiting Dara.
Added: June 9, 2015
Submitted by Name: Carol From: Victoria Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Have you heard of the '3 orphan kittens' song? My mother used to play it when I was a little girl but I haven't been able to find it - only the Disney silly symphony which I believe inspired it. The lyrics begin with ... One two three, three little kittens are we, I'm black, I'm brown, I'm grey; we are as happy as we can be, o boy, hoorah, hooray!
Admin reply: I remember it also but I cannot find it for you either. It must be around somewhere.
Added: June 7, 2015
Submitted by Name: mary From: walters E-mail: Contact
Comments: I love the songs of the current soundtrack of June 1964. The very first song I listened to was Little Old Lady from Pasadena. My neighbor was washing his car next door blasting the radio and that was the song playing. I tried to find the same station-WOKY Milwaukee and when I did, I didn't turn it off for 20 years. Thanks for bringing it back.
Admin reply: Thank you for listening to Soundtrack of the 60s Mary.
Added: June 5, 2015
Submitted by Name: Ken F. From: Flushing New York E-mail: Contact
Comments: enjoy the different sounds of the 50s,60s and 70s. I go out to the site every week and sit back and remember where i was at the time.
Admin reply: Thank you Ken.
Added: June 3, 2015
Submitted by Name: Chuck From: Delaware E-mail: Contact
Comments: Carl: I'm a 60s aficionado as well. Most of my childhood was in the 60s (having been born in 1957). Did you attend BYU? I noticed a reference in the 60s dance section about banned dances there and a decision statement by President McKay.
I have written a 60s rock-n-roll musical developed around the songs of Lesley Gore (recently passed on to Rock-n-Roll Heaven), who has been my favorite singer since I was 10 years old and saw her on two episodes of BATMAN. As I am pretty sure you'll remember, she'll was the sidekick to Catwoman. CALIFORNIA NIGHTS was the first record I ever bought.
My musical is titled THAT'S THE WAY BOYS ARE. A Philadelphia theatre group is doing a workshop production of the show this month with a public performance the end of June.
Feel free to communicate. Sounds like we might have a fair amount in common.
Admin reply: Thanks for sharing Chuck. The 60s were indeed a great adventure and good luck on your musical. Stay in touch
Added: June 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: Snowy Robson From: Central Coast NSW Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm tracing some music for my radio show here in Australia that is attributed to the 50s and 60s
Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by Snowy.
Added: June 2, 2015
Submitted by Name: Student
Comments: I am using this site for a source for my project on the 1960's.
Admin reply: Good luck on your project whomever you may be.
Added: June 1, 2015
Submitted by Name: Tammi From: Cleveland E-mail: Contact
Comments: I grew up in SW Pa, born in 1963, we went to the local drive-in The Evergreen Theater. My first movie that I remember, I must have been 6/7, was The Worlds Greatest Athlete starring Jan Michael Vincent. We used to have to get a bath before and wear pjs so we could be carried into the house and put to bed afterward. The drive in had a playground and kids would play there before the movie started and my sister and I weren't allowed out of the car because we were clean. The drive in was magical and I enjoy my memories. The Evergreen is still there and now has 2/3 screens and my nephew loves to go.
Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Tammy and sharing your memory of the Drive-in.
Added: May 30, 2015
Submitted by Name: Scott Lyle From: Akron Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: Cheers!! From London Bridge a Tribute To The British Invasion We love your site.
Admin reply: Thank you Scott.
Added: May 26, 2015
Submitted by Name: Kathy From: Youngstown, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: "I'm Sure!: Meaning, "I don't think so" or "I doubt what you say is true".
Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Kathy. I have heard the phrase many times but not listed as slang.