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Carl:
Since I was introduced to the 60s official Site,I can say without a doubt the Best Ever I've seen.
I'm in my 70's and this site is the generation I grew up in and lived it.

I have numerous memories , when I'm looking at this site and get lot's of laughs and would like to live it over again just the same way.Keep up the good work! :o

Admin reply: Thanks for visiting and for your comments George. Keep coming back to the site as new content is added weekly.

Carl


Added: March 18, 2017
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Hi Carl

Sadly another pioneer of Rock & Roll has passed away Chuck Berry; he truly was a master of Rock & Roll there will never be another guitarist Singer song writer like him, in my humble opinion no one can ever out Rock Chuck Berry; Heaven has become a lot richer now musically speaking {RIP} Chuck Berry

Drew :!time:

Admin reply: Chuck Berry can never be replaced. A true rock 'n roller. May he rest in peace and his music last forever.

Carl :!cry:


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Do you ever make it to the 101st reunions? I was at Camp Eagle in 1969 as a Chinook crew member DG,CC, and FE with B company, Varsity 159th. This years reunion is in Nashville, Tn. in August. I too enjoyed the old deadpan Chickenman and the secretary who was always looking out for him. Sixty's music can't be beat. Hope to see you in Nashville.

Admin reply: I have never made it to any reunions. Thank you for comments and visiting The 60s Official Site, Paul

Carl


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60s slang: roach - the * * * of a marijuana cigarette

Added: March 15, 2017
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What fun. Love to dance ...great exercise...

Admin reply: Dance on Carole!

Carl


Added: March 14, 2017
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I love all of the old songs I heard in the early 60's. I am trying to get the songs on this website to play, what is the secret?

Admin reply: Be sure your browser is Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Firefox does not support Html 5. If you are using your smart phone or android there should not be a problem.

Carl


Added: March 12, 2017
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This is a great site, Carl, and perhaps especially fascinating for a 'Brit' like me! I will be a regular visitor from hereon.
Do check my brief video-poem out 'Summer,1967' by M C Jacques. It's posted on YouTube.
Cheers and all the best to all of you.
Mike

Admin reply: Mike, thanks for stopping by and I did listen to your poem on You Tube. Loved it.

Carl


Added: March 7, 2017
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I worked at WHB in Kansas City in the mid 70s and I would like to nominate two of the major dj's who worked there at the heights of that station's popularity. They are Phil Jay and Johnny Dolan. Both had big followings at 'HB during the mid to late 60's (and into the late 70's when the station was still getting double-digit ratings when Top 40 on AM was on it's deathbed). 

Also, how about Larry Lujack from his days at WLS and WCFL?

Love your website!

Admin reply: Thank you Chip. Do you have any info on these DJs as far as background I could review? You can email me.

Carl


Added: March 2, 2017
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I don't remember the name of the group, but I loved the silly songs we had as a child that included,
"On top of spaghetti all covered with cheese, I lost my poor meatball when somebody sneezed" and "I'm being eaten by a boa constrictor and I don't like it one bit"
I can't seem to find them on line. Can anyone help. For some reason these songs keep playing in my mind from time to time

Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by The 60s Official Site. Both songs can be found on You Tube.

Carl


Added: February 28, 2017
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I have a question for ya.
So, you know that Floyd Cramer instrumental "Last Date," right? Amazing song.
There was another classic C/W instrumental equally popular and done with a similar tempo and style. It was not orchestrated, but rather simple and basic.
It isn't 'Buck A Roo' and I don't think it was anything by Chet Atkins, Mancini, Percy Faith.
But I think I would recognize the name if I heard it.
Can you reply with some suggestions that might help solve this mystery? For the life of me I can't think what it might be.

Admin reply: With so little to go on I can't imagine what that song instrumental would be.

Carl


Added: February 28, 2017
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