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Motorcycle rock was my favorite place to ride my bike along trails of dirt roads and rocks. Someone had created hills up and down along the railroad tracks that were bumpy and daring. Definitly a thrill no handed!
I hated the color of my bike so I loved playing rinkle fender till the fenders fell off so I could get a new bike.

Admin reply: Thank you Helene for visiting and sharing your memories.

Carl


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Back in the days :!cool:

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I love this site. It brings back a lot of memories for me of the 60s the tv shows and news stories and the fads.

Your site is awesome. keep up the good work

Richard Etnier ;)

Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by Richard.

Carl


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great band !

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I was wondering if you new any clubs in northern new jersey that plays
oldies music....

Thank you,
Barbara


Added: June 28, 2014
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I am trying to locate a music video I saw of Roy Orbison walking in a garden singing Pretty Woman. I remember seeing it, but I cannot locate where. Any suggestions?

I have checked everywhere.

Thanks for your assistance.

Admin reply: I don't recall viewing that video and my search has not found it.

Carl


Added: June 27, 2014
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These are great tunes, I like it. Thanks

Admin reply: You are welcome Raul.

Carl


Added: June 26, 2014
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I was born in 1950 and I remember most eveanrything you talked about. We had Kress's dime store right across from Woolworths dime store. We also had triple x drive in root beer stand with the call phones and the carhops on roller skates. Mom would by laundry soap with glass wear or towels in it. She also bought RedRose Tea that had animal figurines in it which I liked also I enjoyed the Ohio blue matches with all the different pictures you could collect.

Admin reply: Thank you for sharing your memories of the 60s decade Judi.

Carl


Added: June 26, 2014
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Born in 1969 I came of age in the 80's but always felt like a fish out of water. I love the 60's and all it represents. Thank you for this incredible website.

Admin reply: You are welcome Crystal.

Carl


Added: June 25, 2014
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Hey,

I was born in 1950. By age 5 I was listening to Cousin Brucie on WABC, WKBW, WLS, and of course WPGC in Washington, DC. THAT WAS RADIO! The DJs rocked. None of the boring ones like today. And my station here dropped the 60's format to play the same 80's songs over and over again. It's horrible. My two boys in their 20's love music of the 60's. Please don't let this wonderful music be neglected.

Thanks.

Admin reply: Thank you Robert for your comments and for being a fan. The site is not going away anytime soon.

Carl


Added: June 22, 2014
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