Woodstock 1969, The First Festival

A commemoration of the Woodstock Music and Art Festival.

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144 pages, softbound, slipcase - autographed by Baron


Woodstock 1969 is a collection of photographs by some of the best photographers of the day accompanied by a stirring text that together affectionately chronicle what it was like to have been at the original Woodstock festival.

"Woodstock was not about sex, drugs, and rock and roll. It was about spirituality, about love, about sharing, about helping each other, living in peace and harmony." -- Richie Havens.

"For three days and three nights the thousands that flooded Max Yasgur's farm shared, laughed, got wet, shared some more, listened, napped, ate, talked, sang, and shared some more, and with not one act of physical violence, showed the world what a generation was made of, what peace, love and music were really about." -- from Woodstock 1969

VERY RARE - ONLY A FEW COPIES STILL AVAILABLE - Each copy within its own black custom slipcase, each copy autographed by Baron.