The Who live at Woodstock 1969 performing See me, feel me-Listening to you.
Woodstock: The Director's Cut (DVD-V, PAL, Dua). Records, Warner Bros.
1970 live album by various artists. Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More. Live album by. various artists. May 11, 1970 (1970-05-11). The improvised, fast solo section immediately following "Purple Haze" was heavily cut in the original Woodstock film and soundtrack, and most of the track here is what would later be titled "Villanova Junction", a slow bluesy ballad with the band joining in the background. The uncut version of the solo was restored in the director's cut of Woodstock and on the video of Jimi Hendrix: Live at Woodstock and titled "Woodstock Improvisation").
1969 was a year unlike any other. Man first set foot on the moon. While the director's cut contains a bit more music and such, I think it is definitive as you can expect. And you just should never "change" history because you didn't like how it "turned out", how it "sounded". History is not clean and neat, it is often messy and tangled and fraught with errors.
Blu-ray of the Director’s Cut of the Woodstock Film. Woodstock Hardbound Book by Michael Lang. Ephemera including Replica Original Program, Replica Posters, Henry Diltz Photo Prints, Guitar Strap. This summer marks the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the defining event of a generation and one of the most iconic moments in popular music history. Despite its enduring cultural significance, no one has ever attempted to document the historic festival as it unfolded in real time. Until now. From the woodstock 50 series. WOODSTOCK Back To The Garden 50th Anniversary Experience. WOODSTOCK Back To The Garden The Anniversary Collection. Housed in a screen-printed plywood box with canvas insert, designed by Grammy®-winning graphic designer Masaki Koike. See the full tracklist.
Upon the festival's 25th anniversary, in 1994, a director's cut of the film - subtitled 3 Days of Peace & Music - was released. It added over 40 minutes and included additional performances by Canned Heat, Jefferson Airplane and Janis Joplin. Jimi Hendrix's set at the end of the film was also extended with two additional numbers
The Woodstock 3-Day festival is one of the most significant events in the history of popular culture. With the 50th anniversary of Woodstock upon the horizon, Hank Gilman and Peter Carbonara explore. To find some acts that were unjustly left out of the original version of the film and album (and some that should have been left out), we sat through the recently re-released director's cut and scoured the Internet. Here's what we came up with. Clayton Call/Redferns/Getty.
Music fans at the Woodstock Music and Art Fair in Aug. 1969 in Bethel, NY. Make room on your shelf for this 38-disc, 432-song collection. It remains to be seen if the embattled Woodstock 50 concert will take place this summer, but in the meantime, you can relive the memories of the original 1969 hippie convergence with an upcoming massive box set from Rhino Records.
|1||–Crosby, Stills & Nash||Long Time Gone|
|2||–Canned Heat||Going Up The Country|
|3||–Crosby, Stills & Nash||Wooden Ships|
|4||–Richie Havens||Handsome Johnny|
|6||–Canned Heat||A Change Is Gonna Come|
|7||–Joan Baez||Joe Hill|
|8||–Joan Baez||Swing Low Sweet Chariot|
|9||–The Who||We're Not Gonna Take It|
|10||–The Who||Summertime Blues|
|11||–Sha-Na-Na||At The Hop|
|12||–Joe Cocker And The Grease Band||With A Little Help From My Friends|
|13||–Country Joe And The Fish||Rock And Soul Music|
|14||–Arlo Guthrie||Coming Into Los Angeles|
|15||–Crosby, Stills & Nash||Suite: Judy Blue Eyes|
|16||–Ten Years After||I'm Going Home|
|17||–Jefferson Airplane||Won't You Try|
|18||–Jefferson Airplane||Uncle Sam's Blues|
|19||–John Sebastian||Younger Generation|
|20||–Country Joe McDonald||I Feel Like I'm Fixing To Die Rag|
|22||–Sly & The Family Stone||I Want To Take You Higher|
|23||–Janis Joplin||Work Me, Lord|
|24||–Jimi Hendrix||Voodoo Chile|
|25||–Jimi Hendrix||Star-Spangled Banner|
|26||–Jimi Hendrix||Purple Haze|
|27||–Crosby, Stills & Nash||Woodstock|
|28||–Crosby, Stills & Nash||Cost Of Freedom|
Notes(Only music tracks in the listing)
Running time approx 216 min.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7321900135498
|Z9 12549||Various||Woodstock: The Director's Cut (DVD-V, PAL)||Warner Bros. Records||Z9 12549||Germany||2000|
|Z1 13549, D013549||Various||Woodstock: The Director's Cut (DVD-V, PAL, Dua)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||Z1 13549, D013549||Netherlands||2000|
|none||Various||Woodstock 3 Days Of Peace And Music: The Director's Cut - Ultimate Collector's Edition (DVD-V, D/Sided, Comp, Unofficial, NTSC, DVD)||Not On Label||none||Russia||Unknown|
|1413541||Woodstock Festival||The Director's Cut (DVD)||Living Colour Entertainment||1413541||Netherlands||2008|
|Z1 13549, D5/Z1 13549||Various||Woodstock: The Director's Cut (DVD-V, PAL)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||Z1 13549, D5/Z1 13549||UK||2008|
Title: Woodstock: The Director's Cut
Date of release: 2000
Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock, Blues Rock, Bluegrass, Acoustic, Hard Rock, Classic Rock
Size MP3: 1391 mb
Size FLAC: 1532 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
Other Formats: ASF WAV XM WMA AHX DMF APE