I just thought of them, I havn't listened to their songs.
Yes. Love his music
Beatles "How come you say you will when say you do baby when don't Oh oh Honey Don't"Beatles-Honey Don't
Yeah most rock shows this days hurt the ears and the fireworks are the highlight
Honey Don't - originally recorded (and a big hit) by Carl Perkins December 1955. I forgot the Beatles covered it in the sixties.
Yeah I just like their version better
four years from now
There is a theory which states that if ever for any reason anyone discovers what exactly the Universe is for and why it is here it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another that states that this has already happened.Can I get an amen on the 60"s.
Not much, I was stoned and missed most of it<br />
The rest got stored under burnt out memory cells
I'm an American, too much is just right! Lol
Hippies. I saw a lot of Hippies back in the 1960's with their tie-dyed skirts, beads, headbands, peace symbols sewn onto their clothes and painted on their bodies. Many were the older sisters and brothers of my friends.
flower power and peace, man
A guy in a suit wearing six ties of various patterns.
I don't remember.
hair, music, energy
My early childhood with a black & white Magnovox, colorforms, hool-a-hoops and Catholic Grammar School
The changing of society for the better. The time that the young generation said "FACK THE MAN,WE AINT GONNA TAKE YOUR $HIT ANYMORE" And the ethos was questioned and dismantled like never before,and it is still continuing to this day.
And the greatest soundtrack the world has ever known .
Or hearing Dylan singing "A hard rains gonna fall" in amongst the sugary sweet child friendly pop songs of the time. He shook the whole world with a guitar and a revolutionary songwriting and singing style. He was the true turning point for music and lyrics . It was the beginning of hip hop too. IMO
Ohh, the good old days. I was a teen and I remember sit ins, protest marches and peace rallies. I also remember the terrible way the Vietnam Vets were treated when they got home and that was just wrong, wrong, wrong.
You are right on both accounts. The Vietnam Vets were treated terribly when they got home. But I was always at the front of the line to welcome them home with love. And the 60's were fun. Sorry you weren't there to share.
Thank you so much for your " Welcome Home"
It means more than most people will ever know
You are so very welcome for the Welcome Home. You and all the Vietnam Vets deserved it many years ago. Sadly there are still some of you who to this day haven't gotten a welcome home. I['ve had many Vietnam Vets over the years tell me I was the first person to ever welcome them home and that just breaks my heart.
peace love and rock n roll
Bob Dylan<br />
The Civil Rights Act/Voters' Rights Act<br />
Haight Ashbury<br />
The Beatles<br />
Vietnam War protests<br />
The Flower Children/Hippies<br />
Woodstock/Summer Of Love
The 'free though' movement of the 20s and the liberal movement of the 2000s. History is cyclical,about every 40 years.
The best decade of my life!