It took half a century, but Warner Brothers finally released the complete Woodstock. Well, almost.
June 1977: American DJs are spinning Stevie Wonder’s “Sir Duke,” KC & the Sunshine Band’s “I’m Your Boogie Man,” and Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” Leo Sayer, Glen Campbell, and David “Hutch from Starsky […]
Sweet Richard Simmons’ Dolphin shorts. There are a lot of clapping songs.
Finally, after arriving early Friday to get a good place then sitting through three days of rain, portable toilets, and stinky hippies your heroes take the stage: Sha Na Na.
Music follows trends, and the prevailing trends at Woodstock were blues-oriented rock and folk/folk rock. Only four acts didn’t fit into one of those buckets. On day one Ravi Shankar laid down […]
I have 33,000 songs in my pocket. I can go for three months, twenty-four hours per day and not listen to the same song twice; well, at least not the same version. […]