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Updated
13th January 2018
Welcome to Sixties City - I hope you enjoy your visit!   

Sixties City is now a '.net' inste
ad of a '.com' but still has well over 500 pages of great 60s information, sounds and images - not bad for a pastime! Please note that the pages now appearing at the old 'sixtiescity.com' address are completely unrelated to this site and I cannot hold responsibility for any content or links used there, so please update any site references in your pages and search links - just change '.com' to '.net' - the page names remain the same. Thanks so much to all of you who have visited or mailed me with questions, information and your own personal memories. Although I'm now finding less time to create major items, I'll keep adding new bits here and there and, of course, new articles from Bill Harry and contributions from other generous people such as Danny, Denver and Glenn. Do you have any interesting or unique memories, pictures or anecdotes from the Sixties? Get in touch with me and we can share and re-live them on Sixties City! Best wishes always,

Bill Harry's Sixties - Sixties City Presented here, in his own words, is the definitive story of one of the Sixties' seminal music papers - a fascinating and unique personal insight into the early days of the 'British Beat Boom'. Bill Harry was the original founder of the Liverpool music paper that chronicled the groups and venues responsible for the 'Mersey Sound', the publication that was to give its name to the Sixties phenomenon that has since become almost universally known as Merseybeat. These pages feature over 180 articles from the pen of Bill Harry, providing his unique and informative view on many and varied aspects of Sixties events, personalities, music and culture. Now including interviews and book reviews.

Sixties Events, Sport and Trivia
Sixties Music and Pop Television Shows
 Music and Pop Shows on Television

All the Fashions and Trends for 1963  

    Can you help with these enquiries?

The two images on the right (enlargeable) are silk screens purchased from an art gallery in the Kings Road in the 60s. The owner cannot recall the artist or the gallery. If you can help her by shedding any light or suggestions on this,
please mail me with any information.
22 Did you work in the Casserole in the King's Road in the Sixties?
Yoshihisa Ito worked there during his stay in London, around 1966 and is looking for information about one of his colleagues called Carlos, a Spanish guy from Madrid. They were really good friends and they spent a great time together, working and enjoying London during that time. Also pictured is 'Amelia'. Can you help? If so, please
mail me
     

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What's On - Sixties related events
Civil War Trading Cards 1965
Pirate Radio
Swinging Sixties London


In memory ....
of significant or notable Si
xties people who have recently left us
(Wikipedia list of recent deaths)
France Gall
Bella Emberg, Tommy Lawrence, France Gall, Ray Thomas, Rick Hall, Keith Chegwin
Bruce Brown, Max Clifford, Tommy Horton, Johnny Hallyday, Christine Keeler, Allan Harris
Rodney Bewes, David Cassidy, Charles Manson, Warren Moore, Michael 'Dik Mik' Davies
Ferdie Pacheco, Keith Barron, Edith Savage-Jennings, Tim Gudgin, Paul Buckmaster
Karin Dor, Scott Fredericks, Richard F. Gordon, Robert Knight, Paddy Russell
Jack Bannon, Fats Domino, Rosemary Leach, Roy Dotrice, Bob Schiller, Grady Tate
Jimmy Beaumont, Terry Downes, Anne Jeffreys, Hugh Hefner, Barry Dennen
Tony Booth, Suzan Farmer, Geoff Wragg, Don Williams, Ann Jellicoe, Mireille Darc
Jerry Lewis, Brian Aldiss, Sir Bruce Forsyth, Haruo Nakajima

Paul Gabor's MONUMENT project

Paul Gabor's 'Monument' project is rock music, evoking the moods and sounds of the sixties, enhanced by the use of symphonic orchestration and several unique forms of expression. It has a vision; an overall concept, a message, a theme: the passing of a generation and era that has had a profound impact on the whole world, The Sixties. The music is visual by nature; ready for a following video-version, and has a well-planned continuation: full album; following albums; full catalog. The EP is essentially ready as a "glorified demo" - as it was designed to be. The project's goal is to elevate an already great music product to fully professional levels and make it available for large audiences using the best talent, production techniques and technology, combined with lots of work and financial support. Click on the image for website and more information.    'The Funny Fools' - 60s Hungary

Sixties Childhood Memories60s Childhood Memories Hide and seek in the park, the corner shop and 4-a-penny chews. Hopscotch, jacks, skipping,
marbles, handstands and football with an old can. Love letters, conker fights, kiss chase,
home made kites, bows and arrows, hula hoops, swapping scraps and tea cards. Jumping the
stream, rope swings, building dams, collecting birds eggs, bubble gum cards and returnable bottles
from ditches... come down memory lane for a light-hearted visit to some of those wonderful
Sixties Childhood Memories...       Also, now see some Readers' Sixties Memories & Anecdotes
Sixties Leisure
Lifestyle, Home and Leisure Items
60s Stamp Issues and Postal Services
The Post Office and every Sixties Stamp Issue

Star Trek TOS
Star Trek - The Original Series
Information for Every Episode
Sixties Pop and Culture Movies
Pop and Youth Culture Movies,
Elvis Films, The Beach Movies
Sixties Pop Charts
The British Music Charts
Every Entry for Every Week
Internet Radio
Sixties Fashion and Design
The Swinging Sixties
Fashions, Fads and Designers
Sixties Transport
The British Transport Industry
Trains Boats Planes Bikes & Cars
Cult Television 1960s
British Cult TV Programmes
Hundreds, listed by Year


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