Submitted by Name: Ad van den Heuvel From: city Geldrop in The Netherlands E-mail: Contact
Comments: hello Carl long time ni see,your site is realy beautiful en your musicsite is great.Look and listen at it every day and enjoy.A lot of greatings from Holland and God bless you and youre family
Admin reply: Well thank you. I hope you are going well and keeping up with the weekly newsletter which is posted on the site. Good to hear from you!
Added: August 15, 2014
Submitted by Name: Rave From: Dunkirk NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just landed and searching for cover. TET '68, Mekong Delta. V. RIP Robin! I've shed a million tears one more time.
Admin reply: Thanks for stopping by. Yes indeed the gifted Robin Williams will definitely be missed,
Added: August 14, 2014
Submitted by Name: Maria Biaggi From: Puerto Rico E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just found your page. The 60's are with me each day. Still a hippie. Love your page! Wow! Blessings!!
Admin reply: Glad you found us Maria!
Added: August 14, 2014
Submitted by Name: Anthony Traina From: NJ E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was there in 69 - best event i was ever at - wasn't really for the music - but for the assurance that what we thought was going on country wide was really - and it was. Went back in 2009 for the 40th.with my son and the guy i went went with in 69. We went prepared with a gallon of wine and 2 bologna sandwiches. Sadly - it will never happen again.
Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Anthony. I am assuming you are talking about Woodstock which now is its 45th anniversary.
Added: August 14, 2014
Submitted by Name: Annette Abbott From: Lexington SC E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just LOVE all of your sites - I'm so thankful to be able to come to work each day and the first decision I make is which Hoffy-site will I listen to today...
I just discovered this site this year. I can't wait to see if there is a HOLIDAY site Hoffy makes with Carols from the oldest to the newest - all mixed up or organized. I'm really looking forward to it!
Thank you for making my every day brighter! Mission accomplished!
Admin reply: Thank you Annette! For your information I just added two more Hoffy's Music Salon music selections. Enjoy.
Added: August 13, 2014
Submitted by Name: LOU From: CUT OFF, LA E-mail: Contact
Comments: This is my first visit. I will read everything. Awesome. I was born in 1945 when times were simpler and friendlier. I remember coming home from school to watch American Bandstand (where my friends and I learned how to dance). Memories are great!
Admin reply: Thank you Lou for checking us out. I was in the Army with a guy from Cutout. His last name was Rudy Remont. He may live in Kenner now. Of course he is probably 6 or more years younger than you.
Added: August 12, 2014
Submitted by Name: Greg Meaux From: Hazelwood Missouri E-mail: Contact
Comments: It's funny, my name is Moe too just like the previous person who signed here today, except it is spelled M-E-A-U-X and pronounced Moe!. How strange! Anyway, I was born 4/25/55. Your site is wonderful! I remember so much of it. I'm still going through what you have here - it is so extensive - it brings back fond memories of my childhood! Thank you so much! You have done a wonderful job!
Admin reply: You are welcome Greg and thank you for stopping by.
Added: August 11, 2014
Submitted by Name: moe From: Exeter,nh E-mail: Contact
Comments: Keep up the good work this site is really cool.
Admin reply: Thanks for stopping Moe.
Added: August 10, 2014
Submitted by Name: Carolyn From: Circleville, OH E-mail: Contact
Comments: The 60's Official Website is awesome! My memories of growing up in Circleville include working as a cashier at "Super Duper"; my 1st real job. I was also a car hop @ "Noel's King Boy". My Uncle Sonny worked at the Blue Ribbon Dairy. We also had the Pickaway Dairy where my Aunt Mabel would scoop up mounds of strawberry ice cream for me. Do you remember Pucket's Hamburger Inn which was on N. Court near the American Hotel? Their hamburgers actually floated in grease. I remember the Moon Light Skates at Circle D, too. And I believe that boxes of Quaker Oats had cups or bowls inside. Oh & that corner meat market was Bennet's as I recall. The summer of '63 we lived on N. Court St. just across the street from there & right in front of Ted Lewis Park. I still hang my laundry out on the line with wooden clothes pins. Ah, to go back again to the 60's.....Thanks again Carl for an awesome "Flashback to the 60's!"
Admin reply: Thank you Carolyn for your kudos and for recommending the site to so many others.
Added: August 9, 2014
Submitted by Name: Wayne From: Philly E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi - very nice site for "retro" entertainment. I wonder if you or your audience might be able to help me rediscover the name of an old show from the 60's? I don't know if this was a nationally syndicated show or something more local to the Northeast broadcast markets, maybe even only Philadelphia. During much of its broadcast history, the show appeared in the early Saturday evening time slots. The show was probably 90% 16mm travelogue with the host interviewing the guest as they viewed the film with the broadcast audience. The other 10% seemed to be comprised of aerial combat footage from the last years of WW2 (as I mostly remember mustangs, corsairs and the occasional spitfire) where combat pilots had cameras in the cockpits and filmed escorts and dogfights. The show ran for a couple of years on a minimal set (two chairs and paneled walls). I hope this description might bring the name to someone's memory. Thanks for your efforts - very entertaining! Wayne from Philly
Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Wayne. I don't have a clue what the show may be but perhaps somebody from that part of the country may recall it. Is there anybody that can help Wayne?