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If I saw your face in a crowded place, I don't know what I'd do, because I'll never be with you. You're beautiful, it's true (2)
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The peace symbol was common at the festival. The Vietnam War was in progress and most of the males at this festival were draft age. Second Atlanta Pop Festival, 1970. View the APF set [3Jul70_35sE30]
Woodstock '69 Gallery
Photographing the Woodstock Festival (1969) In the summer of 1969, Mike Lang rode his motorcycle over to my house in Woodstock and asked if I would be interested in photographing a festival he was planning. It was one of the most important yeses I ever said. We didn’t talk about money except to say that we
Gypsy, Boho, Go Go, Disco, MINE, Hippie, India & even some Russian styles and their brightly colored lives &. /
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Country Joe McDonald
The first performance by Country Joe McDonald was a solo performance without his band The Fish (see also Country Joe & The Fish). He performed on Saturday at noon, 1 pm, though other sources (including himself!) claim that he performed right after Richie Havens on Friday. However, research with the help of photo and video evidence has shown that this was not true. 1 Musicians 2 Setlist 3 Details 4 Miscellaneous 5 Availability 5.1 Audio 5.2 Video 6 Images 7 References "Country"…
Original Woodstock ads show how much of a slipshod operation the whole thing was
Below you can see an original ad for the Woodstock Music & Art Festival from the August 1969 issue of Ramparts Magazine and it’s riddled with bad information including the very location of the festival itself right around a month before the whole thing was supposed to go down. Woodstock, of course, opened on August 15th of that year. Along with the major problem of not being right about where concert goers were supposed to show up, there were also some pretty significant omissions in the ad…