Woodstock, Peace, Music & Memories : 40th AnniversaryBook - 2009
Describes the generation-defining music festival in 1969, presenting the accounts of musicians, sound engineers, and journalists, as well as the concert-goers.
Two members of the Woodstock Preservation Alliance, which is dedicated to the historical preservation of the grandmother of rock festivals (held in rural New York State in 1969), tell the story of this event in the words and pictures of the people who attended. A chapter on Woodstock memorabilia, including posters, album covers and tickets, with current values and images is included. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Three days that changed a generation
Woodstock - Peace, Music & Memories tells a story of what Time magazine called "the greatest peaceful event in history."
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of this generation-defining moment through the words and pictures of some of the 500,000 people who were at Max Yasgur's farm in 1969.
Capturing the spirit of the times with its earthly look and mix of 350 color and black and white photos,Woodstock - Peace, Music & Memories features:
- Foreword by festival co-creator and promoter Artie Kornfeld
- Commentary by longtime peace activist and Woodstock insider Wavy Gravy
- Personal recollections and never-before-seen pictures by the people who were there
- Special section on Woodstock memorabilia with current values