Submitted by Name: Rodney Pryor From: Moore Oklahoma E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great site thanks for all the best of memories
Admin reply: You are welcome Rodney. Thanks for stopping by.
Added: August 20, 2016
Submitted by Name: Dan Andreews From: Cattle ranch near Joy, Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Television shows that should be added; The Invaders My Mother The Car
Great site. Sorry for the short message, however you've pretty much said it all.
Admin reply: The Invaders is one of the shows highlighted on the site. You must of overlooked it. "My Mother the Car" although funny somewhat was a flop on NBC and lasted only 7 months. I chose to not add shows that were not very popular.
Added: August 17, 2016
Submitted by Name: Cheryl Hoffman From: Levittown, Long Island (originally) E-mail: Contact
Comments: Growing up in the 1960's for me was a bittersweet experience. I think the 60's started out great but ended on a bad note so to speak with the Vietnam War, protests, etc. :!brokenheart:
Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Cheryl and for visiting. I served in Vietnam as have so many other veterans and we fought a very unpopular war but in my opinion it did not diminish the fact the 60s were a great period of time to be part of.
Added: August 17, 2016
Submitted by Name: mary jane moore From: cir leville ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I enjoyed this I still live here I was raised in lowery lane.
Admin reply: Great to hear from another person from my hometown of Circleville. Thank you Mary Jane for stopping by.
Added: August 16, 2016
Submitted by Name: Carole W From: Long Island, NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: I lived and loved the 60's. This site rocks!
Admin reply: Thank you Carol. Continue to enjoy the trip back.
Added: August 15, 2016
Submitted by Name: John White From: Calera, AL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I ran across the site and I really like it. It takes me back down memory lane and to a simpler time.
Admin reply: Thank you for visiting John.
Added: August 14, 2016
Submitted by Name: Mrs.G From: Inidiana E-mail: Contact
Comments: What an Awesome site! Love it! Informative and entertaining all at the same time. :D Thanks for sharing!
Admin reply: You are welcome Mrs. G. Thanks for stopping by.
Added: August 13, 2016
Submitted by Name: Wally Harrison From: Dubuque, Iowa E-mail: Contact
Comments: A big thank you, you guys. A great one this month. We who grew up in the sixties sure had an abundant of really great music. Neal and I were in the Air Force up in Glasgow, Montana together in the sixties and have gotten together quite a few times since, along with some others. We used to hear the song, "I'll Be There" by the Temptations a hundred times a day, but still love it. Great song. Hope you guys do this again. Soooo many great songs. Again, thanks a lot. You guys rock!!!
Admin reply: "Thank you Wally for your kind words. Yes, from Glasgow Air Force Base in Montana in the 60s to many fond experiences and terrific music over the years.
Our Air Force reunions are really great. And we all still rock to 'I'll Be There' with the tempting Temptations, 'Wild Thing' by the Troggs, and 'We Got to Get Out of This Place' by the Animals.
Keep rocking Wally and be sure to 'Sleep Walk' with Lois!
Neal Soundtrack of the 60s
Added: August 12, 2016
Submitted by Name: Kimberly Keith From: Corpus Christi, atx E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am on the Reunion Committee planning our 50th High School Reunion,Menish we are expecting 300 people. Your website is a wealth of knowledge, and a wonderful "Blast from the Past. I there any way I can purchase a printout of your listings of prices of things, things going on in news Nd movies, and especially the songs? Oh the songs were so wonderful back then. It would make people coming in from all over the world, and the US to share these memories. Thank you, Kimberly seniors '66.
Admin reply: Thank you Kimberly for stopping by. I just returned from my 50th class reunion. Had loads of fun
There is nothing for sale on the site other than the DVD "Vibration of a Nation." You can play music from the website at your reunion or go to my other music website and play the music of the 60s. Here is the link to my other website. http://hoffysmusicsalon.com
Added: August 6, 2016
Submitted by Name: Phil Zorn From: Atlanta, GA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am glad that I found your website. Congratulations on your 10th Anniversary. You have a really good feature on the Dances of the 60s. I graduated from high school in 1964 in Atlanta. About that time there was a dance which I think started at the University of Tennessee and it was called The U.T. It seems like it was risque or controversial at that time. Does someone else recall it at all?