#3
The Dead that are Grateful.
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Yea, this answer will probably be overdone, but i LOVE hendrix's woodstock. IDK how many times i've watched it over, and over, and over. Beautiful.
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I'm partial to less known performances, like Santana's, Mountain's, Sly and the Family Stone's and CCR's.
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Arlo Guthrie and Country Joe McDonald
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#12
Santana was spectacular at woodstock, probably the best performance I've ever heard from them, I did like the Grateful Dead performance even though they hated it, but I think the festival was owned by santana
#13
I hadn't heard of Richie Havens before I saw the Live At Woodstock footage, really liked him. Very rabble-rousery (in a good way), very energetic, very powerful and yet with very simple stuff. Sort of like afro-american early 60's-evolved punk.
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#14
every one ****ing rocked woodstock! and no one noticed if they sucked because everyone was too ****ed up to tell.
#15
Santana's performance was by far the best, in my mind
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Arlo Guthrie and Country Joe McDonald


And The Dead and Hendrix.
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Richie Havens and Santana are my faves, though all of it was pretty amazing.

I forgot Richie! He tore the place down. He got called back for an encore so many times he ran out of songs!! The "Freedom/Motherless Child" song was entirely improvised on-the-spot. He's got so much power just in his voice and guitar.
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TEN YEARS AFTER.
I was like, WTF these guys are AWESOME!!!

I also liked Janis, & The Who.

& you know, at the Rock N Roll HOF, they have the fringe shirt that Grace Slick wore at Woodstock! I wanted it...If it wasn't behind glass I seriously might have taken it. Teehee...
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I forgot Richie! He tore the place down. He got called back for an encore so many times he ran out of songs!! The "Freedom/Motherless Child" song was entirely improvised on-the-spot. He's got so much power just in his voice and guitar.


Really?

Has ye a source for this information?
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#23
The question should be what bands at Woodstock do I not like?!?!


Though the only thing that makes it less than perfect is that one of the members of Jefferson Airplane (I can't remember who) is wearing some sort of swastika necklace thing
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The question should be what bands at Woodstock do I not like?!?!


Though the only thing that makes it less than perfect is that one of the members of Jefferson Airplane (I can't remember who) is wearing some sort of swastika necklace thing

you do understand, of course, that the swastika isn't a bad thing, right? It's just been over-associated with Hitler and the Nazi party. It's been used as a symbol for thousands of years in many different cultures and civilisations.
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you do understand, of course, that the swastika isn't a bad thing, right? It's just been over-associated with Hitler and the Nazi party. It's been used as a symbol for thousands of years in many different cultures and civilisations.



Yeah, good point, it may have been Jorma Kaukonen (sp?!?!) who was wearing that, and considering the Finnish connection I guess it could have been for other reasons (isn't the swastika something differnet to Finns or something? In WW2 Finnish planes and stuff had blue swastikas painted on them for whatever reason....)
#26
joe cocker and ten years after
johnny winter was good as well

and hendrix is obvious cause he almost stands for woodstock
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#27
Hendrix of course, but Santana really seemed to put on a good show.
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The question should be what bands at Woodstock do I not like?!?!


Though the only thing that makes it less than perfect is that one of the members of Jefferson Airplane (I can't remember who) is wearing some sort of swastika necklace thing

Jorma used to wear one of those.