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I was Born 21/6/1965 1965 & Just A Basic Question On what Date Was the Best Woodstock in My Time or Before or After & Lucky or not So I Just Feel the Need To Have To Make Woodstock Happen Again for may be it May be the Big 50 year Old I just wish Don't know who Came out 1st?
My idea To Have Woodstock in QLD Australia on The Gold coast Witch Would Make The Gold Coast A Good Tourist Magnet.So Mr Intelligent will be getting His Or Her Little Hand's On Something For their beck n call that's As far as ILL Go into that corner. So feeling that Woodstock would be Like Original Woodstock Fraternity I am So Happy that I spelt that write.

Admin reply: Nobody can duplicate the original Woodstock. It was not only the music but the times and the climate of the 60s. Even the second Woodstock could not compare as many of those who attended have stated but again you are doing something in Australia so perhaps it may work there.

Carl


Added: October 19, 2014
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Do you remember the little dogs on a string with a ball on the end and you would put the ball over the side of a table and it would walk the dog to the edge. It came in the potato chip bag..I think the Guy Chips.
:D

Admin reply: I don't think I can help you there Terry. I don't even recall Guy Chips.

Carl


Added: October 18, 2014
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In Feb. 72 went to Cali from TO. In Chicago saw route 66 signs west. Places along the way, None friendlier then Winslow AZ. Saw 2 girls standing on a corner, turned around driving on a one way. There for 3 weeks, met some great people and towns Holbrook. Woke up to snow one morning surprised not realizing we're in high desert. West to the Grand Canyon to see heavy snow. Went to a store for supplies, came out to sun, back to the rim. What a sight to see for a 17 y.o. from Nova Scotia. Went to Cali stopping in many places along 66 to Santa Monica Beach. Back in Winslow for 3 weeks partying in the desert with friends. Returning to T.O. heard the Eagles singing "Take It Easy" about me or so I thought or wanted to believe. Went back in late 76 early 77 people I met in 72 were gone to other parts of the State (Jobs). Never made it back but do have a dream about going to Arizona for retirement. The old Route 66 is the only way to see a great part of the U.S.

Admin reply: Thank you Kevin for sharing and for visiting The 60s Official Site.

Carl


Added: October 17, 2014
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I came across your site this evening. It was great remembering how much fun we had.

Admin reply: We had a time of our lives didn't we? Thanks for stopping by Carol.

Carl


Added: October 17, 2014
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how do you do the locomotion? and the la bamba :o

Admin reply: Ellen to save time just Google "steps to the dance of the locomotion" and you will see many videos on how to do the dance.

Carl


Added: October 16, 2014
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yocould you tell me the year james brown played a concert with the flames at hayes jr. high or armory in saint albans ,west Virginia . my brother says 1961 but I'm thinking 64-65. if not; could you steer me ta a website with past tour dates from the 60's thank you for your time. any help will be greatly appreciated. thanku.

Admin reply: Thanks for visiting Clyde. I can't find when he appeared. Probably no record of it on the web. If I was to speculate I would believe he appeared before 64-65.

Carl


Added: October 16, 2014
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Ohhh mannn, what a trip down memory lane, it was the best of (innocent) times. Roller skating, playing outside without a care. Summers were forever, with sleepovers at my best friends chewing bazooka bubble gum and eating penny candy all night while listening to the Beatles and Paul Revere. I wanna go back to simpler times. Thanks for sharing. ;)

Admin reply: Glad you enjoyed the trip Sandra and thank you for sharing your memories.

Carl


Added: October 14, 2014
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Music's great this week. I think it comes from October 1964 rather than 1960. I was still not interested in pop music in 1960 - being only 11 years old, but boy by 1964 I knew all these great tracks and can still sing them word for word.

Keep up the good work and thanks for your wonderful work!

Admin reply: Thanks for the heads up Dorotheen. Everything was suppose to be 1964. It has been fixed and is labeled correctly.

Carl


Added: October 14, 2014
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Hi , I was just looking for old photographs of the pumpkin show here and ran across your site. I saw the picture you posted of the house you grew up in , would that be on Town St ?? I live on Town and my neighbor two doors down has a house that looks exactly like that ? I am actually from Columbus , moved to Tennessee and now here to Circleville , so i dont know alot about this town , I think it would be neat if you grew up two doors down. Oh and i grew up in the 60"s also , thanks for your time .

Admin reply: Yes indeed Terrie I grew up in that house. I spent my teen years there and departed for the U.S. Army and Vietnam while living at 159 Town Street.

Carl


Added: October 13, 2014
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I'm looking for information on a murder case in the mid to late sixties. I'm sure it was the east coast maybe Maryland. There was a survivor in the case by the name Josh Thomas, who was severely injured. Pictures of the boys face circulated in the national main press and even the world. The boys face was mutilated, split open in several ways. The pictures were taken by the investigating officer in the case, the boy was presumed dead and crime scene pictures were being taken only to discovered the boy alive. Any info would be greatly appreciated. :D

Admin reply: I am sorry I don't remember that and I Googled it and no results that match. Sorry.

Carl


Added: October 13, 2014
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