Submitted by Name: Crackerjack From: Sydney Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Well, I was only 8 years old in 1960 but throughout my life I seem to always have been behind in catching up to "todays" music because I was listening to music played by my parents seemingly 24 - 7 which was "YESTERDAYS' music.
You guys are doing just great, please do not stop.
One of the most enduring songs in my mind is Hey Paula sung by Paul & Paula.
As an 8 year old I woke up in hospital after being kicked into the Tweed river NSW Australia by a full on stallion...THE most beautiful angel was singing Hey Hey Paula to me....!!!!
Love at first hearing...love at first site...!!!
Admin reply: Thank you for dropping by. I will keep this site going as long as I can and with God willing.
Added: April 21, 2013
Submitted by Name: G W J From: Rhode Island E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Carl I look forward to the newsletter every week I really enjoy the old time music keep up the good work
Admin reply: Thank you for being a loyal fan of the site. Be sure to listen in to the upcoming special Rock 'n Roll Heaven.
Added: April 19, 2013
Submitted by Name: Terry B From: Wisconsin
Comments: During my childhood the radio or tv was on all the time. This site traverses that entire time. It's brought up some long forgotten memories.
Admin reply: Glad we could jar the memory banks Terry. Thanks for stopping by.
Added: April 18, 2013
Submitted by Name: Jim Moore From: Winston Salem, NC E-mail: Contact
Comments: Carl, I read the article on DJ's of the 60's and I must mention one from Winston Salem. His radio name was "The Flying Dutchman" and he was on WTOB 1380 in WS in the 60's. I can remember my transistor radio to my ear, that was before ear phones. Graduated High School in 1965 and survived "TET". Thanks again for this wonderful site. I visit everyday and I've played almost every jukebox in your collection. This is by far, the BEST 60's Site I've every visited. Keep up the GREAT work.
Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Jim and welcome home brother.
Added: April 16, 2013
Submitted by Name: John Carsner From: Seattle, washington E-mail: Contact
Comments: your story of growing up brings back many memories. I graduated from high school in 1966 and served in Vietnam in 68-69.
Admin reply: Memories are what we do here John and welcome home brother.
Added: April 15, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bill Patrick From: 15 miles from a town in Alabama E-mail: Contact
Comments: Brings back many good memoirs of childhood. Thank you for your site.
Admin reply: You are welcome Bill, glad you enjoyed it.
Added: April 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: TEDD COOK From: BLANCHARD OKLAHOMA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Absolutely love this website. Hope it will always be around. The jukeboxes are the best. I LOVE PLAYING WGT GOLF AND LISTENING TO ALL THE GREAT MUSIC
Admin reply: Glad you found us Todd. Golf on.
Added: April 13, 2013
Submitted by Name: Franklin webster sr From: Beaverton OR-Prev-Lancaster Ohio. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Carl and thanks for the reply on these aforementioned jukeboxes but I got to tell you they are not working on any of my three computers here. I have two Dell core7s model m4500s running windows 7 with internet exp8 and these were all working prior to when this new jukebox pages started. One song that I liked was only on the parking jukebox and maybe you could add it to potpouri oranother so it could be heard if these three jukeboxes are not working on my systems at my house or outside using wireless in Oregon . Earl Grant The end of the rainbow? Thanks again carl as it is very puzzeling to me. We have tried chrome silverlite& firefox also to no avail. All else plays fine except the three I mentioned
Admin reply: Sorry Franklin but I have no clue what it could be it works fine on both of my computers here. Email me and tell me when this started.
Added: April 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Dusty From: Georgia E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have heart problens and have just been released from the hospital, this website is the best site I have ever found. As I listen to the music and read the articles it takes me back to my youth with my long hair half way down my back and the sights and sounds of the era, too many banana peels (hee hee)" or something " peace, love and happiness" please don't ever stop this site. Dusty
Admin reply: Sorry to hear about your health problems Dusty. This site will remain as long as I can do it and it remains popular.
Added: April 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Cathy G From: Illinois E-mail: Contact
Comments: Lots of good memories from this website! Wish the kids today could experience just a little of that time! So glad I grew up then!
Admin reply: Definitely a great time to have been a part of. Thank you for your comments Cathy.