Clint describes his website as "the home of the music, memories and magic of the most
fun and exciting decade in history - The Swingin' Sixties." A
gigantic and lovingly compiled source of memories.
A huge source described as "your one stop reference guide through three decades of music, movies, television, pop culture and social history. Whether you are looking for reference material or simply entertainment, if it's from the 60s, 70s or 80s you will find it here."
David Turner's vast compilation of everything to do with the popular
culture of the period with a strong bias towards the UK.
Jim Mac's definitive history of UK psychedelia and related from 1966
to 1970. Along with the Beatles and Pink Floyd you'll find the likes of
Apple, Kaleidoscope, Tintern Abbey and World Of Oz. Together with an
extensive album section and a large selection of films.
Claims to be the mega-site on the 1960's - all the people, places, events,
music, news, politics, fashions that make the '60s so unique, plus mailing
list, boomer classifieds, '60s poll, boomer chat and more 60s and 70s. But
bear in mind that it has got an American audience.
Counterculture - Wikipedia
This Wikipedia article covers a history of the growth of the social counterculture during the period between 1960 and 1973.
It includes the development of feminism and the Civil Rights, anti-war and Black Power movements.
Retrowow is an online resource about the 50s, 60s, 70s and
80s. The site includes articles about life in Britain in the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s covering fashion, furniture, style, television, transport and lifestyles of the period.
They're big fans of the 1970s at Fancy Dress Ball with
a choice of 70s costumes accessories. Visit them whether you're looking
for 1970s fancy dress to recreate Saturday Night Fever, complete with the
white suit and black satin shirt, or you want to go truly groovy in
psychedelic 70s costumes.
Pieter's Oldies Drive-In
This is more than an oldies music resource, as Pieter
calls it. His loving compilation of music, images and culture of the 50s,
60s and 70s is a real treasure trove.
Get your ticket back to a yesteryear of
neon bubbler juke boxes, old time radios and turntables, with music that
will "knock your socks off!"
Super Seventies Archives
This is an American site that covers music, lifestyles, culture, films, TV
and politics. It is slick and professional with lots of good links.
American stories, pictures, trivia, music, books, news events, and
memories of the baby boomer generation: the 50's, 60's, and 70's. Lots of
connections through to things British. As they say: " Being a baby
boomer is more a state of mind than a year of birth. So if you know that
Paul McCartney was in another band before Wings, then we have a place for
you here at BBHQ." This website is aimed at young-at-heart boomers,
but all of the material here is "family-oriented."
The Nostalgic Boomer
This American site is a place to relive and revive memories of the Innocent Fifties and Turbulent Sixties. An era that belonged to the post war baby boom of 1946 through 1964.
I Used to Believe
i used to believe is a collection of ideas that adults thought were
true when they were children; some of them are funny, some of them are
bizarre, but they're all true. there are currently around 8000 beliefs on
the site. Oh, and I'm still convinced the thumb I sucked is smaller than
the other one.
Woodstock Preservation Alliance Archives
A fascinating and informative site dedicated to the
historic preservation of the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival.
A selection of books that cover the social and political topics of the 1960's and their antecedents
plus a small directory of links to related websites.
Keeping the Hippie culture live and well. Visitors are
asked to "join the Hippie Museum Yahoo group campfire. We're looking
forward to chillin' with you. Peace out ya'll, Love."
This site is a nostalgic and informative look at the world of fads.
Whether you wish a fad had stayed or that it never return, you're bound to
find something memorable here, from pet rocks to hot pants.
Cream Top 100 Toys
TV Cream's readership has been polled to find, as they tell it, the best remembered toys that turned up in the stockings of yesteryear, from the tiniest fifty pee rubber novelty to the many bulky Bakelite candidates for that hallowed "main present" status.
Mainly the 70s and 80s.
Cult I Love
This excellent BBC site is your guide to classic television, including the Swinging Sixties and the Saucy Seventies. Explore the TV programmes we all enjoyed back then.
The YouTube Time Machine
Check out videos from your favourite year.
This site has information on fads from
the 1920s to the 1990s. Click on any decade and you get a paragraph or two
on the main fads, along with links to more extensive information about
Show off your inner fan with a vintage band tee
At Rerock4ever.com you'll find a huge collection of Music related apparel as well as concert t-shirts, cool clothes and accessories
Pocket Calculator Show
Just to prove that nothing escapes the
nostalgia brigade, The Pocket Calculator Show is here to collect and
celebrate personal memories of all integrated circuit-based consumer
products from the electronics revolution of the 1970s and 1980s. The time
they call "the golden age of consumer electronics".
Ex-US Army tee shirts
Buy ex-army Olive Drab tee shirts.
This site is an online shop that specialises in watches from the 1970's, give or take a few years.