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I was 20 years of age the summer of '67, and in the U S Army. I can relate to the songs of that summer and the amazing movement that was taking place. I and a buddy hitched rides to Haight-Asbury during this era. In October of that year we left for Vietnam.

Admin reply: Thank you Dan for your memories of the 60s decade and thank you for your service. Welcome home brother.

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Love this website! WOW it brings back memories which were good ones including the ten years following! T.V., movies and the music were awesome. One of my favorite TV shows was Sky King - remember that one?! Oh, and the exercise song - Go Chicken Fat Go- Goodness could of use that one 80lbs ago. Keep this up. Such positive vibes man....!!!! Groovy :!giggle:

Admin reply: I remember both Althea. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your memories.

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I like the 60,s its cool I also like food and cereal.......... :p

Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Letice.

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I WAS BORN IN 1946 AND LOVE THE 50'S AND 60'S MUSIC. I HAVE NOTHING BUT THIS MUSIC IN MY REAL JUKE BOX ON 45 RPM RECORDS. BUT WHAT I MISS THE MOST IS CRUISIN ALL NIGHT ON $3.00 OF GAS!

Admin reply: Those were the days Steve!

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Great memories. My whole teen life was in the 60's and it was just great seeing and hearing all these great idols. Thanks :!cool:

Admin reply: You are welcome Gary and thanks for visiting.

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a Summer Of Love Museum, curated by some of the idealistic individuals who inspired and worked to create this chapter of cultural history would provide a focal point for the dreams and aspirations of untold thousands...it would articulate the values and aspirations of The Summer Of Love. It would be designed and staffed by SOL idealists.As most of the folks who experienced this blessing are aging and dying ...it may be a good time to collect memorabilia of this catalytic time in human history and to manifest an inspiring focal point for these fragile and priceless icons.An online Kickstart project promoted by the right people could easily gather funds and artifacts for the project. Perhaps even fund a SOL wing at a major SF museum or better yet an independent hippie run Summer Of Love Museum.

Admin reply: Sounds interesting. Thanks for dropping by.

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I consider myself extremely lucky to be young at this time! I worked at 2 places, Barnaby,s and Beavers in Chicago.....I can remember when Chicago was starting out as C.T.A. (name of the subway system)..and groups such as The Rolling Stones and others came in after their gigs at navy pier just to Jam..Met many, many, people at parties ..Frank Zappa, Buddy Miles, mason profit, Some of the people featured at Woodstock. If you lived in Chicago or New York who could forget the Electric Theaters? It was just a totally great time to be of that generation and be there!

Admin reply: Thank you Holly for sharing your memories.

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Great website

Admin reply: Thank you Cheryl.

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Added: June 9, 2014
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Hi,i was looking up information about drive ins,and i stumbled upon this site. I looked around and as i looked around it brought back memories. Im only 14 years old and have been to a drive in 2 times. That's something alot of teenagers can't say. As i looked around this page i think of how cool it would have been if i was born in the 60s. I sorta envy the era and how teenagers could go out and have a good time with their friends. I wish i could have experienced some of the stuff that happened. My grandpa introduced me to artists from the 60s. At first like any teenage girl would do i declined. But then he took away my phone and made me listen. I actually enjoyed the music and is better than some of the stuff that's on the radio today. But im really not open about it. Because tjeirs peopke at school that make fun of me,ive had my phone broken before because people have just randomly grabbed it and said "why are you listening to this" . But this website is awesone ;)

Admin reply: Thank you for visiting and sharing your thoughts. My children and grandchildren grew up on this music and can even sing many of the lyrics from way back then. Nothing to be ashamed of. Some of the best music of all time was done in the 60s.

Carl


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Loved the 60's...great memories growing up,!

Admin reply: Thanks for stopping by Darlene.

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