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What Are The Words That Defined Woodstock?
Woodstock '69 was one of the biggest festivals of our time. And there were many words to describe it. So, we found some people who attended the original Woodstock and they gave us the words they believe define it.
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I was reading Prince’s autobiography as I was working on this film, and he wrote about how his father taking him to see Woodstock was his “come to Jesus” moment with music.
The Woodstock film did more for our ideas of what we think the ’60s were than what they actually were.
While Woodstock has long loomed large in American cultural memory, the Harlem Cultural Festival, another music festival from the same summer of arguably equal importance, was all but forgotten—until now.
Later in my trip, I stopped by Opus 40 Sculpture Park and Museum in Saugerties, just outside Woodstock.The Hudson Valley’s outdoor art parks make for an alluring pandemic destination|Nevin Martell|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
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He is my favorite Woodstock artist, the highlight of the entire festival.
Cocker became an international star in the late 1960s, showing up everywhere from Woodstock to The Ed Sullivan Show.
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Or the inimitable Oregon Country Fair, a 45,000-person, three-day Woodstock-esque hippy festival in the woods outside Eugene.
During the same month of January, a dramatic episode occurred at Woodstock.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
In any event, ChaucerPg 263 certainly lived in Woodstock—very likely in the house assigned to him today.
Our guide pointed out the spot where once stood the manor-house of Woodstock, torn down about a hundred years ago.
The town of Woodstock has a long line of traditions, but shows little evidence of modern progress.
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British Dictionary definitions for Woodstock
Cultural definitions for Woodstock
A village in New York state, where some 400,000 young people assembled in 1969 for a rock music festival.