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Woodstock - 40 Years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm (2009)

14-07-2016, 12:44

Title: Woodstock - 40 Years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Rhino
Genre: Rock
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 07:48:43
Total Size: 1 gb


Disc 1
1. Richie Havens - Handsome Johnny
2. Richie Havens - Freedom (Motherless Child)
3. John Morris - Choppity Choppity
4. Sweetwater - Look Out
5. Sweetwater - Two Worlds
6. Bert Sommer - Jennifer
7. Bert Sommer - And When It's Over
8. Bert Sommer - Smile
9. John Morris - There Goes Marilyn!
10. Tim Hardin - Hang On To A Dream
11. Tim Hardin - Simple Song Of Freedom
12. John Morris - Flat Blue Acid
13. Dhanashr - Aga Puriya
14. Melanie - Momma Momma
15. Melanie - Beautiful People
16. Melanie - Birthday Of The Sun
17. Arlo Guthrie - Coming Into Los Angeles
18. Arlo Guthrie - Wheel Of Fortune
19. Arlo Guthrie - Every Hand In The Land
20. John Morris - All You Funny People

Disc 2
1. Joan Baez - Joe Hill
2. Joan Baez - Sweet Sir Galahad
3. Joan Baez - Hickory Wind
4. Joan Baez With Jeffrey Shurtleff - Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man
5. John Morris - Bring Scully His Asthma Pills
6. John Morris - Insulin & Quill Intro
7. Quill - They Live The Life
8. Quill - That's How I Eat
9. Chip Monck - I Understand Your Wife Is Having A Baby
10. Country Joe Mcdonald - Donovan's Reef
11. Country Joe McDonald - The 'Fish' Cheer
12. Santana - Persuasion
13. Santana - Soul Sacrifice
14. John B. Sebastian - How Have You Been
15. John B. Sebastian - Rainbows All Over Your Blues
16. John B. Sebastian - I Had A Dream
17. Incredible String Band - The Letter
18. Incredible String Band - When You Find Out Who You Are
19. Chip Monck - She Is Lost

Disc 3
1. Chip Monck - We're In Pretty Good Shape
2. Canned Heat - Going Up The Country
3. Canned Heat - Woodstock Boogie
4. Chip Monck - The Brown Acid
5. Mountain - Blood of The Sun
6. Mountain - Theme for an Imaginary Western
7. Mountain - For Yasgur's Farm
8. Chip Monck - Green Acid
9. Jerry Garcia & Country Joe - Green Acid
10. Grateful Dead - Dark Star
11. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River
12. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
13. Creedence Clearwater Revival - I Put a Spell On You

Disc 4
1. Janis Joplin - Work Me, Lord
2. Janis Joplin - Ball And Chain
3. Sly & The Family Stone - Medley: Dance To The Music | Music Lover | I Want To Take You Higher
4. Abbie Hoffman - The Politics Of The Situation
5. The Who - Amazing Journey
6. The Who - Pinball Wizard
7. The Who - Abbie Hoffman vs. Pete Townshend
8. The Who - We're Not Gonna Take It
9. Jefferson Airplane - The Other Side Of This Life
10. Jefferson Airplane - Somebody To Love
11. Jefferson Airplane - Won't You Try | Saturday Afternoon
12. Grace Slick - We Got A Whole Lot Of Orange
13. Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers
14. Wavy Gravy - Breakfast In Bed For 400.000
15. John Morris - It Just Keeps Goin
16. Max Yasgur - Max Yasgur Speaks

Disc 5
1. Joe - Feelin' Alright
2. Joe - Let's Go Get Stoned
3. Joe - With A Little Help From My Friends
4. The Rainstorm -
5. Country Joe And The Fish - Rock & Soul Music
6. Country Joe And The Fish - Love
7. Country Joe And The Fish - Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine
8. Country Joe And The Fish - Summer Dresses
9. Country Joe And The Fish - Silver And Gold
10. Country Joe And The Fish - Rock & Soul Music (Reprise)
11. Johnny Winter - Leland Mississippi Blues
12. Johnny Winter - Mean Town Blues
13. Blood, Sweat And Tears - You've Made Me So Very Happy

Disc 6
1. Crosby, Stills And Nash - Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
2. Crosby, Stills And Nash - Guinnevere
3. Crosby, Stills And Nash - Marrakesh Express
4. Crosby, Stills And Nash - 4 + 20
5. Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young - Sea Of Madness
6. Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young - Wooden Ships
7. The Butterfield Blues Band - No Amount Of Loving
8. The Butterfield Blues Band - Love March
9. The Butterfield Blues Band - Everything's Gonna Be Alright
10. Sha Na Na - Get A Job
11. Sha Na Na - At The Hop
12. Sha Na Na - Get A Job (Reprise)
13. Jimi Hendrix - The Star Spangled Banner | Purple Haze | Woodstock Improvisation
14. Chip Monck - Woodstock Farewell

In a year filled with them, Rhino offers its own homage to Woodstock's 40th anniversary by rolling out this lavish six-CD box set. It can be argued that this is merely a cash-in, but a number of things should be considered when critically looking at a set of this size, covering one of the most important events in rock music history. Perhaps the most significant aspect of this set is that it contains tracks by almost every single artist who appeared on the Woodstock stage in their proper sequence. (The exceptions are the Band and Ten Years After, the Keef Hartley Bandas well as the introductory speech by Swami Satchidananda.) The reason for this is simple: Imagine the nightmarish lisencing process the set's compilers and producers had to go through to make this happen. This challenges the assertion of the original soundtrack recording. We also hear from artists such as Sweetwater, Tim Hardin, Johnny Winter, Mountain, Ravi Shankar Quill, the Incredible String Band, the Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Joe Cocker, and Blood, Sweat & Tears, and, of course, stage announcements by Chip Monck, John Morris, and Wavy Gravy.
In presenting a historical document of this proportion there are some interesting judgment calls to make. Producers Andy Zax, Mason Williams, and Cheryl Pawleski researched the original set lists exhaustively and present them here along with the music and their choices. This is terrific not only because we can "see" what we're missing, but because those of us who aren't necessarily rock historians will finally know. The sound, which was done by Zax and mastering engineer Dave Schultz, is as good as it can possibly get. The book is a monster, loaded with photos and featuring Bud Scoppa's wonderfully researched and presented liner essay, whose chapters account for each day, act by act.
Ultimately, however, it all comes down to the music. While we only get "Dark Star" by the Dead, we get (a bit) more music from the Who. The three tracks by CCR are all monsters, and hearing the five tracks by Crosby, Stills & Nash and then Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young all in correct sequence between BS&T and the Butterfield Blues Band makes total sense. One of the more welcome surprises is the expanded set by Sha Na Na. Fans of individual acts here will be delighted or complain about the treatment individual artists receive. Even though there is a bit more music, the Who still get short-sheeted (but we do get to hear the infamous row between Pete Townshend and Abbie Hoffman), as do the Dead. We didn't need more of Arlo Guthrie than we already had, and why we still needed three tracks by Melanie or more by the completely unmusical Country Joe & the Fish is a mystery. We could have used more of the Incredible String Band or Richie Havens! But these are individual complaints. The set as it stands is the ultimate document -- thus far -- and will likely be for some time to come.

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