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Guest Reflections

Sign our guest book and share your reflections of the psychedlic music scene of the 60's and 70's.

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Posted:  October 29, 2009
Name:  Bruce Millington
Where From:  Canada
Reflections:  Still looking for Doug Pringle from the once CKGM-FM Montreal Canada
Posted:  October 29, 2009
Name:  Jonathan
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Peace and Salutations from Los Angeles, Seattle... heck, all over! What a superb website! Haven't signed the guestbook til now, but many a time have you pleasured mein ears.... keep on doing what you do, children! <3
Posted:  October 28, 2009
Name:  Jim Dill
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  As a Chile' of the Sixtes I still love the Music.
Posted:  October 28, 2009
Name:  Joe Huggins
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  60s raised and I havent changed. I make/create tie dye everything and sell them out of a bus I have had for 35years. Gone to over 300 GD shows and hundreds of festivals . see if you know me check my picture on facebook (Joe Huggins) Peace out and have a Grateful day they call me deadhead HUGGY
Posted:  October 27, 2009
Name:  heidinyny
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  greetings from nyc. i LOVE technicolor web of sound. you are the best internet radio station! thank you for the terrific music.
Posted:  October 26, 2009
Name:  Gary
Where From:  Europe
Home Page:  www.stationrose.com
Reflections:  very nice !!!
Posted:  October 25, 2009
Name:  Kishan Khana
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I absolutely love this station and listen to it more than my own music on my itunes. I did not grow up with this music because i am only eighteen, but i love it just as much as the next hipster.
Posted:  October 25, 2009
Name:  Christian
Where From:  South America
Home Page:  www.inforiocolorado.com.ar
Reflections:  Hi, from Argentina. fantastic music. sorry my english. bye
Posted:  October 24, 2009
Name:  steve ladouceur
Where From:  Canada
Reflections:  cool music, cool links! thanks!
Posted:  October 24, 2009
Name:  Rich Recess
Where From:  United Kingdom
Home Page:  www.therecessradioshow.co.uk
Reflections:  just loved this - kickin' back. Will return. Big love x
Posted:  October 23, 2009
Name:  Jeffrey
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I love this station! I find it amusing that most of the ads are for groups that I have never heard. Makes you realize that music is about how the band sounds, not how much advertising they can put out. Same thing these days, most bands advertised don't make it very long, whereas unknowns seem to create cult followings or survive merely because they have talent. Who are the Blues Magoos? Lol.
Posted:  October 23, 2009
Name:  David Edwards
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  great job! Still my favority music. Nice mix of tracks I know and tracks I don't. But they are all good. Thanx!
Posted:  October 22, 2009
Name:  JOECOOL85
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I LOVE UR MUSIC WEBSITIE!!! GREAT MUSIC PLAYS ON HERE EVERYTIME I LISTEN TO IT!! KEEP UP WITH THE GREAT MUSIC!!! PEACE OUT DUDE!! THANKS
Posted:  October 22, 2009
Name:  Steve
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Rock N' Roll!
Posted:  October 21, 2009
Name:  Michael Mitchell
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Loving the hits ... I've been looking for a true "classics" station that played the tunes I heard on KFMK "Mother Earth Radio" in Houston Tx in the late 60's/early 70's. When I actually heard "Mind Flower" I knew you guys have the best picks of classic music. I look forward to hearing some Vanilla Fudge (Rennisance album or "Live"), Silver Apples, SuperSession, etc. Keep up the good work!
Posted:  October 20, 2009
Name:  gerardo
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  is good page and radio station
Posted:  October 18, 2009
Name:  Bud
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Superb collection of tunes! Thanks a bunch for keeping the power of psychedelic music alive and well for everyone and keep up the great work.
Posted:  October 18, 2009
Name:  David Boone
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  I am very happy with this website. As a psychedelic music collector I am surprised to hear so much tunes I never heard before. Very beautiful site as well. Greetings to all amongst us!
Posted:  October 17, 2009
Name:  Ralf Schulze
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Great stuff! I'm glad I found this!
Posted:  October 17, 2009
Name:  Vasilis Gournis
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  Great music pal!!! Thank you very much!!!!!!!
Posted:  October 16, 2009
Name:  Matt
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Great Stuff, Dont forget some early Grand Funk Railroad! such as 1st album, Titled: Grand Funk Railroad, my song choice for this album is anybodys answer. no charge for this great idea! Matthew Riley :)
Posted:  October 16, 2009
Name:  Matt
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Good Stuff! High side motorcycle service rileywm@yahoo.com
Posted:  October 16, 2009
Name:  Shannon McGarraugh
Where From:  United States
Reflections: 
Posted:  October 15, 2009
Name: 
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  greetings from athens!
Posted:  October 13, 2009
Name:  Randolph Arce
Where From:  South America
Reflections:  Amazing!!! Great Songs!!!
Posted:  October 12, 2009
Name:  Gary Danner
Where From:  Europe
Home Page:  wwww.stationrose.com
Reflections:  thank you for bringing all this !
Posted:  October 12, 2009
Name:  Lawrence Hudon
Where From:  Canada
Reflections:  Love the very rare music played here. Might I suggest a few "heavier" selections - Theme for an Imaginary Western by Colloseum - a little lighter - Little Girl by the Syndicate of Sound. Thanks for considering putting on zee playlist.
Posted:  October 11, 2009
Name:  michael mcconnell
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  being 59 yrs old,and a teen in the sixties was the best decade i have lived.asked by some what made it so great i can only respond by saying you just had to be there.thanks so much for bringing back the awesome memories i cherrish tuned in michael
Posted:  October 10, 2009
Name:  Klinge
Where From:  Europe
Reflections:  Exceptional radio! Cant't stop listening.
Posted:  October 09, 2009
Name:  dj useo
Where From:  United States
Home Page:  www.groovytimewithdjuseo.blogspot.com
Reflections:  Love the station. You do a fantastic job! I am in for the long haul!
Posted:  October 09, 2009
Name:  bert attwood
Where From:  United Kingdom
Reflections:  Fantastic ! been listening for a few months now, you've got a very special thing here indeed. thank you bert
Posted:  October 06, 2009
Name:  Lowerthetone
Where From:  United Kingdom
Reflections:  Just found your station. What a discovery! Keep up the good sounds!
Posted:  October 03, 2009
Name:  Joe Gracia
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Brings back many memories of my misspent youth!!!
Posted:  October 03, 2009
Name:  Sean
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  amazing site!!! Thanks for all the monster tracks I know and the few I'm getting a 1st taste of!!
Posted:  October 02, 2009
Name:  Paul Scheiber
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Nice job
Posted:  October 01, 2009
Name:  Anthony Lee
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  From Japan to Italy ... Still tuning in ...Thanks Anthony Lee - US Army
Posted:  October 01, 2009
Name:  RUSTY
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  YOUR MUSIC REMIND ME OF THE OLD RADIO STATION KAAY- BEACKER STREET PROGRAM.
Posted:  September 30, 2009
Name:  hiroshi nagahama
Where From:  Asia
Reflections: 
Posted:  September 29, 2009
Name:  Edgar Strietman
Where From:  Europe
Home Page:  estrietman.googlepages.com/
Reflections:  I just received a link to your music station from a good friend. I am listening now for about 15 minutes and already like this msic station very much. Keep up the good work!
Posted:  September 28, 2009
Name:  Gregory Sorensen
Where From:  United States
Home Page:  www.myspace.com/scuba_greg
Reflections:  Great use of the internet, Thanks for your collection.
Posted:  September 28, 2009
Name:  eddieo
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Very Awesome! Thank you Technicolor Web of Sound for providing this awesome way to hear the beautiful tunes from a world long ago.
Posted:  September 27, 2009
Name:  ALAN TURRELL
Where From:  United Kingdom
Reflections: 
Posted:  September 27, 2009
Name:  deliano
Where From:  South America
Home Page:  delirando1.blogspot.com
Reflections: 
Posted:  September 26, 2009
Name:  ziesel
Where From:  United States
Reflections: 
Posted:  September 25, 2009
Name:  michael moore
Where From:  United States
Home Page:  made my own
Reflections:  Listened for the first time tonight 9/25/09.Will be back! Reminds of longtime past.
Posted:  September 25, 2009
Name:  alex
Where From:  Canada
Reflections: 
Posted:  September 25, 2009
Name:  Jeff Osborne
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Love the tunes!
Posted:  September 23, 2009
Name:  Gene Ray
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  Paul, great site you have here!! I luv this music. one of my favorites is "Painted Air" by-The Remaining Few. I don't know if it's on the playlist, great song. KEEP ROCKIN' TWOS!
Posted:  September 23, 2009
Name:  john chanter
Where From:  United Kingdom
Reflections:  EXCELLANT ANOTHER COOL WEB SITE FOR 60's PSYCH-HEADS,& GARAGE-PUNKS LIKE ME!! ALTHOUGH WHEN I WAS LISTENING MY SOUND KEPT DROPPING OUT DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHY? , & COULD THEY LET ME KNOW (E-MAIL ME?) I HAVE'NT DOWNLOADED THE WINAMP SOFTWARE DO I NEED TO DO THIS? ALTHOUGH I HAVE NO PROBLEMS LISTENING TO 'BEYONDTHEBEATGENERATION'-WEB RADIO SITE, THAT PLAYS PERFECTLY,ONCE I'M SORTED OUT I WILL GIVE A PROPER REVIEW Etc>> THANK YOU FUZZED-OUT FREAKS! HOPE 2 HEAR FROM YOU ? THE HENCHMAN1,A.K.A. JOHNNY PSYCHEDELIC.
Posted:  September 22, 2009
Name:  Chuck
Where From:  United States
Reflections:  I found your station through ITunes. What a terrific site. I was 15 in 1965 and was deep into the music then and still today. I lived in the Los Angeles area and hit the record stores and concerts in the 60's and early 70's. (I saw Iron Butterfly in a 400 capacity park auditorium, if this tells you about the time period. The flashback radio ads and DJ spots are perfect to set the mood for the period. The playlist could only be created by people who have a love for the era. Keep up the great work. From someone who still plays his old records,(I refuse to call them vinyl), eg. West Coast Pop Art, Collectors, Country Joe & the Fish, etc.). Keep it coming!!!!
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