The Road to Woodstock

The Road to Woodstock

eBook - 2009
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On the ground with the talent, the townspeople, and his handpicked crew, Woodstock organizer Lang had a unique and panoramic perspective of the festival which became legendary. Enhanced by interviews with others who were central to the making of the festival, this book tells the story from inspiration to celebration, capturing all the magic, mayhem, and mud in between.--From publisher description.
Publisher: Pymble, NSW ; New York, NY : HarperCollins e-books, [2009]
ISBN: 9780061892264
0061892262
Additional Contributors: George-Warren, Holly
Contents: Prologue
Brooklyn
The grove
Woodstock, New York
Wallkill
New York City
Downtown
Yasgur's farm
Bethel
August 13-14, 1969
Three days of peace and music. August 15, 1969 ; August 16, 1969 ; August 17, 1969
The aftermath
Epilogue
Where are they now?
The music : Woodstock's complete set lists.
Summary: On the ground with the talent, the townspeople, and his handpicked crew, Woodstock organizer Lang had a unique and panoramic perspective of the festival which became legendary. Enhanced by interviews with others who were central to the making of the festival, this book tells the story from inspiration to celebration, capturing all the magic, mayhem, and mud in between.--From publisher description.

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