Dancing to the "Missing Links" at the VFW on Saturday night till your clothes were soaked with sweat then taking a break in the parking lot in the cool night air (among other things).
Sammy Chavez and The Missing Links. The Inmates and those cool prison striped shirts.
Electric Toad Light Co.-(so... did Dee and Rusty's moms ever find all of their pie plates, cooking oil and cake coloring?)
The first time I heard "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane. I was still in grade school and heard it while driving with my friend's cousin in his '65 Mustang convertible...The song was a lot different than the Motown and bubble gum I was used to!!
Where did you guys go to High School. I remember De White's group that did the overhead projector stuff and Brent DeMoville. (I was roommates with his wife in college.)
"I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night" by the Electric Prunes
Remember listening to those cool/groovy tube-type radios positioned on top of the chest of drawers with Petula Clark singing "Downtown" while getting ready for school
Or listening to Frankie Valley and the Four Seasons sing "Sherry" and "Big Girls Don't Cry" after you called in and dedicated it( and the radio announcer even said your name on the air--how cool!)
Rear speakers for the 8 track!
K(keep)W(walton)F(foster)R(rich) radio station
Don't forget the "The" or was it "The". I always hated saying the "The". It might not be cool. where are you Mike Pappas?
The "Village Voices" (Debbie Drake, Mary Gerhardt, Susan McMillan, Ruth Ann Johnson, Sande Vincent and Karen Wells). Hey Debbie, D.D.I.O.!!!!!!
Check out Texas Monthly May 2000, page 133, our very own De White (a.k.a. Guy Juke), Bubba Neily, Rusty Lewis and Chris D'Entremont with some kind of band that I never heard of. I think they became famous for other things....
Purple Vision, Electric Toad Light Company
(Mary Ann Atchison-Rosenthal)
"Cherry Pie"! Being serenaded over the phone by Gary Brosh and his band who were practicing in the family garage.
The Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel
"They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha Ha!"
Your first 45
The Beatles on Ed Sullivan