Dave Karger Intro - Woodstock: The Director's Cut (1970)
Guest host Dave Karger introduces Woodstock: The Directors Cut, 1970.
Woodstock (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Star Spangled Banner
Most people had left the festival (about 20,000 of 500,000 remained) when Jimi Hendrix and his band finally took the stage, on Monday morning, for what became one of the best-known performances, his improvised Star Spangled Banner, from Woodstock, 1970.
Woodstock (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Traffic Up Tight At Hippie Fest
From Woodstock, 1970, more preliminaries, the first appearance by Janis Joplin and the second by Jerry Garcia, and the beginning of Richie Havens Handsome Johnny, part of his galvanizing three-hour performance often cited for rescuing the festival while other musicians arrived.
Woodstock (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Summertime Blues
Nearly dawn on the second night of the festival in August, 1969, The Who (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon) with their concert standard, Eddie Cochrans Summertime Blues, from the documentary Woodstock, 1970.
Woodstock (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Going Up The Country
Early events, setting up outside Bethel, NY, in August, 1969, lead producer Michael Lang, age 28, interviewed by a news crew, with a recording of Canned Heats performance of Going Up The Country, derived from a Henry Thomas recording, from the documentary Woodstock, 1970.