It took half a century, but Warner Brothers finally released the complete Woodstock. Well, almost.
It has been too long since The Bad Album Cover Hall of Fame got some some love, and what better way to remedy that than with The Womenfolk’s eponymous 1964 debut in […]
All this talk over the past few Saturdays about Woodstock, but it was neither the first nor the last big American music festival. The Big Sur festival ran from 1964-71, the 1969 […]
When Joan Baez stepped onto the stage at one a.m. Saturday morning she was six months pregnant and her draft protester husband was on his way to federal prison. Her set was […]
The time was nearing eleven p.m. when twenty-two year old Melanie Safka, or Melanie, took the Woodstock stage. A label mate of Bert Sommer’s over at Buddah, she was enjoying a little […]
The vineyard is just to the right once I exit the freeway. I see a jack rabbit with impossibly long ears milling about, but by the time I park the Mobile Music […]