Rhino’s Woodstock 50th anniversary releases include the 10CD ‘Experience,’ the first release to include every act that performed. The 5LP/3CD ‘Collection’ highlights essentials and hidden gems from the festival’s most iconic performers. Get your copy here https://VA.lnk.to/BTTG50 Subscribe to the Rhino Channel! http://bit.ly/SubscribeToRHINO Check Out Our Favorite Playlists: Rhino Favorite 100 http://bit.ly/RhinoFavorite100 80s Hits http://bit.ly/80sMusicHits […]
Melanie in concert at the 20 Years After Woodstock Reunion 1989. I do not own the Rights to the video. No monetary gain has been made. I am a fan of Melanie and only wish to allow other Melanie fans to view.
written & produced by Joni Mitchell | from the album Ladies Of The Canyon (1970) | live in-studio from London (1970) | additional audio/video post-production by sonicboy19 | lyrics: I came upon a child of God He was walking along the road And I asked him, “where are you going?” And this he told me: […]
Melanie performing “Birthday of the Sun” at the original 1969 Woodstock concert. This video was taken from a laser disk of “Woodstock: The Lost Performances”, which is now out of publication. In the closing credits, Melanie is listed as “Melanie Schekeryk” (her married name).
Rest In Peace Richard Pierce “Richie” Havens.. ☮ (January 21, 1941 – April 22, 2013) More than 3 months ago I decided to take a look into the woodstock history and music. I was interested in peace, freedom and the hippie scene. Then I found this excellent, unique live performance by Richie Havens. At first […]
Grace Slick sings White Rabbit with Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock (aug. 17 1969). http://www.agoravox.tv/auteur/stupeur Grace Slick chante White Rabbit avec Jefferson Airplane, à Woodstock le 17 aout 1969. Video from http://www.youtube.com/user/Tackertoons Thanks Tony ! * * *
Jefferson Airplane’s diamonds performed at Woodstock, on 17th August 1969 . “Somebody to Love”, written by Darby Slick and “White rabbit”, written by Grace Slick. It was back in the year 2008. I had just started listening to Jefferson Airplane. I had looked them up due to a reference John Densmore does in his book […]